Monster Mash: HELP WANTED

Get ready to have fun and help our school — all proceeds go to the 4th Grade Islandwood Fundraiser!

Friday October 25th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in the Coe Cafeteria

Who’s ready for a night of scary fun?!?  Monster Bingo, Creepy Crafts, Ghoolish Games, a Fantastic Photo Booth, Two Cake Walks and a Dance Party…. Pizza for will be available, as will tasty treats at the Bake Sale… Order your tickets and bingo cards here, then pick them up at WILL CALL in the Coe Atrium Oct 22-25!

The Monster Mash is made possible with parent involvement — we need your help!  Click here to sign up to donate scary tasty treats (baked by you or store bought) for our bake sale and cake walks!

We also need help with set-up before the event, and many hands the night of to holler Bingo numbers, call out cake walk winners, run the games, sell baked goods and much more… there’s a job just for you!  Help make the evening a scary smooth success — sign up here.

 

Make an Impact this Fall

This October, Coe families have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on our students’ education.

Help Us Raise $100,000 for Coe Elementary Students!

Your donation, big or small, is appreciated and allows Coe to provide every student an enhanced education experience in the Performing and Visual Arts, Math, Literacy and Technology, access to emotional and social well-being support through a counsellor, and so much more!

Make your donation today, by check or online. Want to double your gift, check if your employer offers a matching program (click here for a list of companies that do). Regardless your how you choose to give, please fill out the donation card in the package and return it to your kid’s classroom. THANK YOU!

 

Book Fair Recap

“A heartfelt thanks to the wonderful Coe community for supporting our annual Kearns Library Book Fair Fundraiser!

This year’s sales broke all previous records, and Coe families donated over 200 books to classrooms, making our teachers’ book wishes come true.

Our book fair was a success because of the efforts of a big team of parent volunteers, who worked long hours (including two Saturdays) to make the fair look beautiful and run smoothly.

I am so honored to be your librarian — Ms. Marjorie.”