Volunteer for Book Fair

Help Kolter have a successful Book Fair by volunteering your time to setup, decorate, or sell books. Shifts range from 45 minutes to 3 hours from November 8 – 18.

To volunteer, add your information to the Book Fair SignUpGenius list, or email bookfair@kolterpto.com with any questions.

Book Fair Gift Certificates Now On Sale

Gift certificates for the annual Kolter Book Fair are on sale now through November 4.

Rather than sending your child to school with cash, you may purchase gift certificates redeemable at the book fair on November 12 – 18.  You may also purchase gift certificates for teachers and staff!

To place your order online, complete the Book Fair Gift Certificate Order Form.

You may also download an order form and return to your child’s homeroom teacher.  (Please send cash or make checks payable to Kolter PTO.)

The deadline for purchasing book fair gift certificates is November 4.

iFest International Talent Showcase

Kolter kids, it’s time for you to shine! iFest is proud to host the second annual Kolter International Talent Showcase and wants YOU to show us what you’ve got! What’s your secret (or not so secret) talent???

Auditions will be after school October 19 and 20 from 3:30-4:30 (exact locations(s) to be determined). Please sign up via the sign-up genius link, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0b44a8ae29a20-audition1, or the paper sign up at the front office. The deadline to sign up is Friday, October 14. No auditions will be accepted after October 14. Read the rest of this entry »

Where in the World is KC #4

G’ Day, Kolter Students!
Whew! It sure is hot here in the Outback. I’ve just spent the day exploring the largest sandstone rock formation that I have ever seen! It is estimated to be around 600 million years old and stands over 1000 ft. about the desert. Do you know what this giant rock is called? If you do, you’ll be able to figure out where I am this week!
Your Pal, KC

Where in the World is KC #3

Hello, Students!

This week, my travels have taken me to the Middle East to tour some of the oldest cities in the world. With its rich history, this country has more museums per capita than any other country! My favorite part of this journey was floating in the Dead Sea, which is not only famous for having the lowest elevation on land but also for being so rich in one particular mineral that it makes it easy to float on the surface of the water. Do you know what mineral gives the Dead Sea its buoyancy? Figure that out and you will know which country I am enjoying! Have a great week!

Love, KC

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