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 Community News

Please view the following announcments from our community.
THIS WEEK
MENTAL HEALTH SUMMIT Presented by the Marin County Youth Commission. May 11 at 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the College of Marin. Register here or  view our flyer for more information. 

COMMUNITY NEWS
GIRL SCOUTS INFORMATION SESSIONS Interested in learning more about the Girl Scouts for your preschooler through second grader?  Please join us for a parent information session on Monday May 6 at Bacich (two times are available: 1-3pm in the Quad or 630pm in the library).  The Girl Scouts is a volunteer-run organization that imparts girls of all ages with leadership skills, strong social connections, and a foundation in nature skills, the arts, and science and technology.  Neil Cummins has many active troops and many involved parents who can be a support as your explore the opportunities available in the Girl Scouts!   Please view our flyer for more information, or contact Molly Schmidt,  [email protected] .

GRETCHEN KLEIN SUZUKI PIANO INSTRUCTION Gretchen Klein is a certified teacher of Suzuki Method piano,  specializing  in young children, starting at age 4. She is certified to teach piano up to Suzuki Book 7, and also has a Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential from San Francisco State University, and a masters degree in vocal pedagogy from Holy Names University. As a member of the Grammy Award winning San Francisco Symphony Chorus for 21 years, she has performed and recorded extensively with the SFS in Davies Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall in New York, and other venues. Please call 415-250-7370 or email [email protected]

SUMMER CAMPS
POEKIE NOOK SUMMER CAMP 
Nine Unique Weeklong Makers Camps: June 17-Aug 16, Age 6-12
Hand-sew your own Poekie animals and build a house for them, or sew an endangered species and create its habitat. All camps include project design and building, sewing and beading. Our maker-style kids’ camps are thoughtfully designed to be fun and educational through a growth mindset approach, and help “cross-train” your child’s development across math, science and art. Stop by or view our flyer and check our camp schedule online:  poekienook.com

MARIN GIRLS CHORUS MUSIC SUMMER CAMP
Join us in San Anselmo for five exciting days of singing, dancing, new friendships and much more at this year's Summer Sings! Music Camp. From June 17-21, singers from all musical backgrounds will learn how to sing healthfully while exploring music, movement and rhythm. For more information please visit our website,   marinchorus.org

WARRIORS BASKETBALL CAMP Register now for the Warriors Basketball Camp for Spring or Summer. Please view the flyer for more information or visit the website: warriors.com/camps .

CYBERMATH ACADEMY Two locations for Summer 2019 at Stanford and Harvard.
Visit our website https://cybermath.org or email  [email protected]  for more information.​​

MILL VALLEY RECREATION Summer Camp Registration Opens Monday, February 25th at 7am. Please visit us at Mill Valley Recreation, via phone at (415) 383-1370 or in person at 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Good Eggs Fundraiser

​​​​​​5% of your order goes back to the school on all orders placed between
February 25 a​nd April 30

Visit  schools.goodeggs.com and enter the code NC2019

Featured items include...

Meal Kits like Spring Panzanella with Asparagus & Burrata

Fresh bread from local producers like Tartine, Wise Sons, or Josey Baker Bread

Sweet treats from our friends at Batter Bakery, Salty Sweet, or Little Bee Baking (their loaf cakes are delicious!)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​New customers get $15 off ​with the code NC2019 and if 20 new customers join the fundraiser, our school also gets a $500 fundraising bonus.
You must use the code NC2019 on your first order to count as a new customer. 
New accounts to the same household will not be counted. 


Please send any questions about Community News or ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Weekly  to  the Neil Cummins Weekly editor at [email protected]