Family Fun Night!

Fall Family Night is Thursday, October 17th 6- 8pm

Put on your dancing shoes (and eating pants) and JOIN THE PARTY on the Bluffsview Playground!  Bring chairs and/or picnic blankets.  Pack a family picnic basket or purchase dinner from the Food Trucks- Explorers Club and Paddy Wagon.

6th Grade will be selling  Hot and Cold Beverages and Desserts from DQ at 920 N High Street!

Bluffsview Spirit Wear will be sold AND the BOOK FAIR will be open!!

 

Hope to see all the Bluffsview Bears and Families!!

Book Fair

Join us in the Library this week, October 14-17, for the BOOK FAIR!

The book fair will be open all week during school hours and even open during Fall Family Fun Night!

Stop by and see Mrs. Mott this week and buy some books!!

MySchoolAnywhere app is live!

MySchoolAnywhere will make planning for PTA events even easier!

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Using the app, Bluffsview parents will be able to:

  • Access an up-to-date student directory
  • Send emails to the PTA and/or other families
  • Sign-up to volunteer for events
  • Make a donation
  • Order Spirit Wear

All Bluffsview families are encouraged to create an at this link. If you have any questions about setting up your account, send an email to bluffsviewelementarypta@gmail.com.

Help a Bluffsview mom find a bone marrow match!

Those who attended September’s PTA meeting learned that a Bluffsview mom is in need of a bone marrow transplant. Mrs. Fox asked us to share information about the Be The Match Registry®, which could help her and others who need donors.

be the matchThe first step to being someone’s cure is to join  Be The Match Registry®. If you are between the ages of 18-44, committed to donating to any patient in need, and meet the health guidelines, you can join online. Be the Match will send you a cheek swab kit in the mail within 3-7 business days. Simply swab your cheek, return the sample in the mail, and complete your registration.

If you are between the ages of 18 and 44, patients especially need you. Research shows that cells from younger donors lead to more successful transplants. Doctors request donors in the 18-44 age group 85% of the time.