International Night Has Been Postponed
3/2/2020 1:58 pm
INTERNATIONAL NIGHT HAS BEEN POSTPONED - WATCH YOUR EMAIL FOR UPDATES WITH THE NEW DATE AND TIME
Are you from another culture and want to share a love of your homeland? Are you American-born, but proud of your heritage and want to celebrate your roots? We are looking for Haynes Bridge Middle students, families, staff, businesses, and families to serve as Cultural Ambassadors at our second International Night. We request that you share your ethnic entertainment, food, service, and/or cultural information. Questions? Ask Gaby Burdette at email@example.com.
Students must be accompanied by a parent(s) or guardian(s).
Bingo Night Benefiting Ava Wooden - February 28 (6:00 - 8:00 pm)
2/24/2020 4:06 pm
Your SGC is sponsoring a Family Night of fun and entertainment, on Friday, February 28th from 6-8pm. $5/person includes 2 slices of pizza, drink and a bingo card. Extra slices of pizza are available at $2/slice, extra bingo cards are available for $2 up to 5 additional cards. No charge for children under 5. Several prizes for each Bingo game, many chances to win. A portion of the proceeds from the night will be donated to assist our own Ava Wooden in her fight against Leukemia.
ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT
Please complete the order form that was in the Eagle Edition and turn it in to the Front Office or sign up on line with this link.
Parent Seminar - February 25 at 6:00 pm
2/24/2020 3:58 pm
Haynes Bridge Middle School will host a community conversation about suicide, suicide prevention, drug addiction and mental health awareness.
ALL PARENTS ARE INVITED
Why are our kids suicidal?
Why are our kids struggling with addiction?
The diﬀerence between drug abuse and drug addiction. What are some signs? What should parents look for? De-stigmatizing addiction and mental illness.
Resources for help
20 MIN DOCUMENTARY • FOLLOWED BY Q & A
Meagan’s Prayer, A Short Film
A raw look into the aﬀliction of addiction, mental health, and suicide are so closely related, is both moving and educational. Featuring stories from those left behind, those still struggling, and those who have found freedom.
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