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  •                 Cowboy on horse
         ~ 2nd Grade Hoedown~
             Tuesday, March 24th
          7:00 p.m. - Ft Stevens Gym 
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  •      School Assembly  
        ~Recognition Assembly~
                Tuesday, March 31st
           9:45 a.m. ~  K - 2nd Grade
           1:45 p.m. ~ 3rd - 6th Grade 
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    Parent-Teacher Conferences
          ~Wednesday, April 1st
              ** NO Late Start **
           ~ Thursday, April 2nd
           ~ Friday, April 3rd
     
    Students will be released at 12:15.
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  •      Kindergarten Registration          
    Kindergarten Registration begins Wednesday, April 1st.  Children must be five years of age, on or before August 31, 2013 to register for Kindergarten.  When registering your new Kinder, you will need the following: 
     
         1. Child's Birth Certificate
         2. Proof of Residency
         3. Immunization Records
     
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               ~Snack Sales~
    During last recess, we will be selling snacks every Tuesday and Thursday for 50 cents each.  Tuesday is popcorn day and Thursday is popsicle or snack mix day!!!!
     
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  •     Pizza
    ~Varsity Pizza Fundraiser~
    The Booster Club Fundraiser will continue throughout the school year.  Stop by Varsity Pizza and order "The Fort".  A percentage of the order will go to Fort Stevens Booster Club.   
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             ~ Attendance Line ~
    If your student is going to be late or absent, please call the attendance line at 360-458-8198.
     
                          
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