Happy Friday! I hope you have had a good week.
Jennifer Green and Julie Rubin in the Miami Psychology Department are looking for child/adolescent and parent volunteers to help the students practice and learn. Child/adolescent volunteers will be asked to participate in an interview and testing. The graduate students will also conduct an observation at the child’s school. Some of these tests will be tests of intelligence, school achievement, adaptive behavior and social-emotional development. We are also looking for parents to participate in a practice interview with the graduate students about their child’s development and skills. If you are interested in working with Miami, please see the attached flyer.
The Kramer Carnival is scheduled for Saturday, October 6th from 4-7pm. This year’s carnival is going to be bigger and better than past years. There will be new games, inflatables, and Larosas pizza.
Don’t forget that the PTG is still looking for donations of bagged candy and items for the grade level auction baskets. The PTG is asking for the following items/grade level to be brought in by next week:
K/1--pets &/or gardening
2/3--family game night &/or school/craft supplies
4/5--books &/or sports
Howard Blanning from Miami University had the Taiwan National College of the Performing Arts visit Kramer this past week. There will be a free performance on Sunday at the Oxford Community Art Center on Sunday. The Kramer students enjoyed the performance; here is a link about the free performance on Sunday:
Thursday September 27th will be a PTG Family Fun Night. Come to Kramer to work on some arts and crafts and play some games.
Have a great weekend!