In the fashion of Jackson Pollock, the Level 6’s action painted, with each student taking a turn adding his or her own touch.
It’s a party at Chili Pepper Ranch on Saturday, May 28, October 22 or October 29, 2016. Invite 40 of your closest friends for a fun evening on the farm! A Waygu Beef menu and drinks will be served.
Restrictions: The party is May 28, Oct. 22 or 29, 2016.
Chili Pepper Ranch, Dr. & Mrs. James & Amy Osborn, Dr. & Mrs. Parag & Ashley Soni, Mr. & Mrs. Jim & Melissa Nati, Mr. & Mrs. Robby & Jenny Card, and Mr. & Mrs. Trey & Fannie Moore
A wooden angel, which offers Level 7 student’s ideas of peace. The wings are decorated with painted bottle caps also made by the Level 7’s.
Does your child want to be the boss? Head of School for the Day affords your child the opportunity to build his/her growing leadership skills. Your child will be asked to make critical decisions including what dessert will be served at lunch. Your child will remember this day for years.
Restrictions: Expires May 27, 2016.
The Green Egg is the Most Versatile Cooking Device Ever . . . It’s a Grill, an Oven, and a Smoker. Paired with 10-lbs of ground beef from Chili Pepper Ranch, the large Green Egg will take your outdoor cooking talents to new heights. Donated in part by Cyndi & Nick King, Heather & Jaime Ponce and Amy Jo & Jim Osborn.
Restrictions: Pick up ground beef by September 2016
Each child created a flower out of melted pony beads, which are displayed on clear glass.
Does your child want to play a role in the opening ceremony for the new Chapel and Fine Arts Center? Your child will be the student representative at the event . . .carrying the cross, leading the way to the new chapel, cutting the ribbon and if comfortable, making a brief remark.
Restrictions: Limited to one family.
A tree with leaves created with the thumb and fingerprints of Level 1 students.
How often do you wish paradise is so close to home? You will definitely find a week’s worth of quality family time, rest and relaxation, and so much more at the beautiful beaches of Seaside. Your home for the week, Sandbox II and La Petite, is less than a block away from the private Seaside beach and 3 blocks from downtown Seaside. Accommodations include access to the beach, 2-4 beach bicycles, choice of 3 pools, fitness center and miles and miles of walking and bike trails.
The Sandbox II, the main house accommodates 6-8, has a large furnished screened-in porch at the entrance, featuring a hammock. The open floor plan includes a living room with sofa bed, fully-equipped kitchen, and a large family/dining room that has a small sitting area. The master bedroom has a queen bed and private bath (shower only). The second bedroom is also a queen and the third bedroom includes a set of bunk beds- both sharing a full hall bath. The queen bedrooms both feature access to the deck. Extras include a washer/dryer, a private outdoor shower and a pole-mounted grill.
The La Petite, the guest house accommodates 2, is a studio type cottage and is the carriage house to the Sandbox II. This single room has a queen bed and bath (shower only), a sitting/dining area with TV/DVD and an efficiency kitchen with small refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave and oven. A small furnished Juliet balcony offers an intimate setting to enjoy the view.
Restrictions: The Week of Saturday, July 23 - Saturday, July 30, 2016.
Mr. & Mrs. Doug & Krista Stein
The fish are watercolor on paper with black glue outlines. Fish are a collaborative effort of all Middle Primary students. Whether drawing the fish, the design, or painting, each child had a hand in creating the masterpiece.