In this edition: Winterfest! + Used Uniform Sale, Student Pianist Needed for Semester 2, School Science Fair Winners, After-School Ski/Snowboard Program at Brighton Ski Resort, Lands’ End Free Logo Sale
Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
Front Office Hours
Monday, January 21: CLOSED
Saturday, January 19: Winterfest
11am-1pm Used Uniform Sale
Monday, January 21
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – NO SCHOOL
Tuesday, January 22
Start of Semester 2
*~*Remember to print out your student’s schedule BEFORE Tuesday morning!*~*
FULL DRESS Day
4-6pm Auditions for Fiddler on the Roof (HS and MS)
Friday, February 1
Add/Drop deadline for Semester 2
Semester 2 class fees assessed
Monday, February 4
NAEP Assessment (selected 8th grade students)
Monday, February 18
Presidents Day (NO SCHOOL)
Wednesday, February 20
11th Grade ACT **juniors only**
Our annual Winterfest celebration is TOMORROW — Saturday, January 19! Students should plan to arrive at 8:00am to set up their Winterfest projects. Winterfest will start at 11:00am and run until approximately 1:00pm. Mark your calendars and plan to attend with your family to celebrate our students’ Winterim accomplishments!
In case of heavy snow, student arrival time will be delayed to 9:00am.
Winterfest is mandatory for all HS students as part of the learning experience of Winterim. Middle school students are highly encouraged to attend. All students must be in Full Dress Uniforms.
8-10am Student project set-up
10-11am Grading — no students or parents on campus during grading
11am-1pm Winterfest — please plan to attend with your family!
Time TBA Used Uniform Sale
We Need Your Help!
After Winterfest ends, we need your help with clean-up to prepare for school on Tuesday. We would appreciate your staying for a few extra minutes to help us put everything back in order for classes next week. Thank you!
Winterfest Used Uniform Sale
Date: Saturday, January 19, 2019
Place: Maeser Library
Invited: All Maeser families are invited!
Purpose: To help our students and families, we are pleased to hold a used school uniform sale that will include gently worn clothing. This sale is an opportunity to allow parents to resell their students uniforms, and for parents to purchase needed uniforms in good condition at a low cost.
To VOLUNTEER: Volunteer help is needed! Sign up on SignUpGenius here: Volunteer Help for Winterfest Used Uniform Sale.
To PURCHASE: The Used Uniform Sale is CASH ONLY — bring lots of small bills (ex. $1 and $5).
To SELL used uniform items: Drop off labeled items to the Library at 9 am – 10:45 am on Sat Jan 20 and sign the waiver.
PICK UP money and unsold clothing: 1:15-1:45pm in the Library
How to SELL & LABEL your used uniforms: All items must be laundered and have no holes, tears or stains. Label each item by safety pinning an envelope to each item. Each envelope needs your first and last name, gender and size of clothing item (ex. Women’s Small), and sale price written on each envelope. When your item is sold the money will go inside the envelope for you to pick up at the end of the sale (1:15-1:45pm).
WAIVER: To be able to sell your used uniform clothing, you must sign a waiver at the time you drop off your labeled clothing agreeing to the terms of the sale, indicating release of liability of Maeser and volunteers running the sale, acknowledgement to pick up donated items/money within a half hour of the sale ending or they will be considered donations to the school, the name(s) of those who will be allowed to pick up items/money at the end of the sale (a driver’s license will be required).
Important note: Due to liability and school regulations, envelopes with cash in them from your sold uniforms and any unsold uniform clothing items must be picked up at the end of the uniform sale (1:15pm) with a PHOTO ID.
Pick up or Donate: If you want your unsold uniforms back, you must come to the end of the sale to reclaim them. Envelopes with cash and uniform items that are not picked up at the end of the sale will be considered a donation to the school. Maeser will use the clothing and money to benefit the students at Maeser.
Suggested guideline for pricing:
Polo shirts: $3-$5
Dress shirts: $3-$5
PE clothing: $2-$5
Embroidered Sweater $10
Hooded Jackets: $10 – $15
Semester 2 Begins Next Week
REMEMBER: there is no school next Monday, January 21st. Semester 2 classes will begin on Tuesday, January 22nd, at 8:00am. Tuesday is a Full Dress Day. Please be sure to send your student to school wearing their Full Dress uniform on Tuesday, January 22nd.
Class Schedules for Semester 2
Please take a moment before Tuesday to log into your student’s PowerSchool account and print their Semester 2 schedule – to access that schedule in PowerSchool, click on Account Preferences, then My Schedule, and then choose the Matrix View tab.
We will have limited staff available during Winterfest to help print copies of students’ Semester 2 schedules.
Tardies will not be excused for students who are late to 1st period on Tuesday because they need to have their schedule printed in the front office. Please plan ahead!
Student Pianist Needed for Semester 2!
Our Choir Director is looking for student pianists who would like to earn a fine arts credit as an accompanist this semester. She is in need of at least two students–one for 3rd period and one for 4th! If your student is interested, please email Mrs. Groves at email@example.com!
School Science Fair Winners
Congratulations to our School Science Fair winners!
1st place: Devyn Giles
2nd place: Ben Gubler and Seth Leavitt
1st place: Scout Jones
2nd place : Drew Payne
3rd place : Colin Murphy
Honorable Mention: Owen Okolowitz, Eliana Herbert, Daphne Plott, and J Stump
All 10 of these students will be entering the District Science Fair on February 5. Good Luck!
After-School Ski/Snowboard Program at Brighton Ski Resort
In February and March 2019, Brighton Ski Resort will be offering group ski/snowboard lessons for Maeser families (limited space available). This is an after-school activity provided by Brighton Ski Resort and is not sponsored or run by the school. In order to participate in this activity, the participant must be 8 years old or older.
The ski/snowboard program will run for 5 consecutive weeks in 2019 — February 22, March 1, 8, 15, and 22 — from 4:15 to 6:15pm. After each lesson, the students will be able to ski and snowboard on their own until 9:00pm.
The cost of the ski program is $125 ($25 per student per day) for students ages 8 and up. This price includes the lesson and the night pass to ski/snowboard. Ski and snowboard rentals, which include boots, poles, skis, or snowboards, are available for $75 ($15 per day). There is no pro-rating for lessons or rentals that are unused. You may also choose to bring your own gear. Helmets are highly recommended but are not part of the rental package.
This program is sponsored and run by Brighton Ski Resort. Transportation to/from the resort is the responsibility of the student/family. Neither Maeser nor Brighton will be providing transportation. However, there is a UTA bus that runs to the resort if you do not wish to drive.
Once lessons begin, there will be no refunds or make ups, unless the program is cancelled due to a road closure, in which case a make-up day will be scheduled for the entire group.
Class sizes should not exceed 10 students and all classes will have a minimum of 5 students. If a student skis/rides at an extremely high level, they may be combined with the group that is closest to their ability.
Click here to sign up and purchase tickets for this program: Brighton Ski/Snowboard Program.
If you have any questions, please email Laralee Ireland at firstname.lastname@example.org. It should be a fun time on the slopes!
Lands’ End FREE LOGO Sale
Lands’ End is running their popular FREE LOGO sale now through January 27! This is a great time to pick up polos and get our logo applied for free. Use promo code SCHOOLFL and PIN 2256 at checkout.