Little Free Library
The Potomac Library and Potomac School are excited to announce the arrival of Potomac Valley's first-ever Little Free Library! This Little Free Library ("LFL") is coming to us through the Impact Library Program (provided by the Little Free Library organization), which awards communities free LFLs in places where the need for books is great. Your Potomac Branch librarian applied for and received this generous grant, and now we have a lovely LFL for the community to use! LFLs, for those who aren't familiar, are little house-like wooden structures where people can bring book donations, and take books as well, all for free. The goal of the LFL is to spread the love of books and reading throughout the community! Folks of all ages and reading levels can donate and take books - more information on donations will be coming soon.
The LFL will be set up on Potomac Road in front of the school, next to the mailbox.
To celebrate the arrival of the LFL, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, December 6th. at 3:40 PM. Hot chocolate will be provided.
We hope to see you on December 6th (next Wednesday). Pictures are encouraged! If you like, you can send them to the librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org to post on the library Facebook page, and to share with the folks at the Impact Library Program. Questions can be directed to Kayla, the branch librarian.
2 Valley Stage Performance
On Monday, Potomac students enjoyed the Bare Bait Dance troupe sponsored by 2 Valleys Stage! The group presented a festive modern dance program and a smaller workshop for our K-3rd grade students.
(Oregon Museum of Science & Industry)
OMSI was here!!
Our students were thrilled to have the React-O-Blast program presented to our school! Students learned about chemical and physical changes!
BLT at Potomac
Big Little Time is a special time set aside monthly for all our students to read and share with each other.
Place Based Learning Academy
During the annual strategic planning review at September's board meeting, the school board decided to pause the PBLA program for the 2023-2024 school year.
They will revisit it again for the 2024-2025 school year.
Students must have a current sports physical to participate in athletics for the 2023-2024 school year.
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