Blue Bell Creamery will be delivering an ice cream treat on Monday, November 18th to congratulate Mohawk Trails for being named a 2019 Blue Ribbon School. Thank you to the parent volunteers who will be helping to pass out this treat during lunch. If you have a student that has a food allergy, there will be an alternative treat (Banana Pops or Bullets). Please see the below allergen list. If you have questions regarding ingredients, please contact our school nurse, Ann Lukes at email@example.com
MTE Annual Food Drive to Benefit the Hamilton County Food Bank
November 11-December 4th
MTE Student Council will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Hamilton County Food bank beginning November 11th. Their goal for this year is 3,000 pounds. Each grade level will decide on goal and reward for this event. Click here for more information.
Mohawk Trails Winter Wonderland Program
We are proud to present the 5th Annual Winter Wonderland Program this year to help any MTE students and families that may be in need in the coming months. The Winter Wonderland Program anonymously connects families in need to those with a desire to help. Items requested through this program are placed on a snowflake on a bulletin board located near the front of the school. Each snowflake represents an item that has been thoughtfully requested by the child's parent or guardian to ensure that the child is receiving items that he or she both needs and wants this season.
Please click on the link for more information on how to register to be a receiving family or how you can donate. Mrs. Yoder can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The PTO is selling spirit wear! Click on the link below to go to the online store to make your purchase today. Orders are due by November 30th. Questions should be directed to Kelly Anderson at email@example.com.
Please have your student check the lost and found for lost items. We have ran out of room! Items will be donated if not claimed. Thank you.
Please write student's first and last name in all coats and jackets. This will help alleviate overflow in our lost and found.
5th Grade Music Program:
Come enjoy this year’s Fifth Grade Music Program based on the book Stone Soup by Jon J Muth.
Who’s performing? 5th grade students & the MTE Orff Ensemble
When? Tuesday, November 19, 2019 at 6:30pm. Students should arrive to their starting positions by 6:20pm in the gym that evening.
What's happening? Students will sing, move, and play a variety of instruments, including drums, xylophones, and recorders. Students will perform music they created in music classes throughout this semester.
What do they wear? Students may come dressed as villagers. Clothing might include a scholar’s robes, farmer outfits, bakers attire, teachers/professional attire, and the like from characters in the story.