This document is open to student editing, so please sign up for something that you will bringing to share. Here are some suggestions:
Student 1: English cucumbers sliced and light ranch veggie dip
Student 2: red, orange and yellow peppers sliced
Student 3: high fibre white loaf from Cobbs bakery, sliced regular
Student 4: light cream cheese
Student 5: washed (and dried) stawberries with the green cut off)
Student 6: washed (and dried) stawberries with the green cut off)
Student 7: Washed (and dried) stawberries with the green cut off)
Student 8: TNT California roll sushi party platter
Student 9: TNT California roll sushi party platter
Student 10: TNT California roll sushi party platter (or different type)
Other ideas? (non-junk food please)
*Note, you can send along treats as a bonus, but do not send treats as a food contribution to lunch. Treats can be sent as an addition to a lunch item.
- If you come to school wearing something festive (red or pink) you do not need to wear the school uniform on Valentines Day.
- Please make a little mailbox to receive Valentines, and put this on your desk. One suggestion is to use an empty Keenex box and decorate it.
- Please note that when writing valentines, be sure to send them to all of your schoolmates. I ask each student to enter their preferred familiar name on the Valentine list below, with proper spelling. Beside your name, write what food item you are going to bring to the party. By writing your name on this list, I will see that you have read this post and decided what you are going to bring to the party. Thank you!
- There will be ballet classes after the party.