MSC Monday Blast!

Blast Includes:
  • Reminder:  No school for students TOMORROW Friday is a MSC half day
  • Needed: Three MSC Parents (from any grade) to help out with videotapingTHIS THURSDAY  (November 6), from about 6 pm until 7:30 pm, at MSC.
  • Reminder to all MSC 5th Grade families: MSC Middle School Open House
  • Wellness November Letter
  • TONIGHT: Unique opportunity to watch an exclusive concert at Lincoln Center. For MSC Families only! Click here to reserve your seats
  • NO SCHOOL for students TOMORROW (Election Day)
  • Friday, November 7 is a MSC HALF-DAY (Students are dismissed at 12:00)
Needed: Three MSC Parents (from any grade) to help out with videotaping, THIS THURSDAY
 (November 6), from about 6 pm until 7:30 pm, at MSC.
We are looking for three parent volunteers who own their own video camera and would we willing to help us capture video footage during MSC's evening Middle School Open House event (it runs from 5:30-7:30 pm, but we would only need videotaping from 6:30-7:30 pm).
Volunteers would need to be able to capture roughly 60 minutes of footage and share it with MSC in the days that follow (for future use). Must have your own video camera; tripod would be helpful but not essential.
If you can help, please contact Suzanne Shelley (email: please note the middle initial A must appear as shown in this email address) as soon as possible. 
Reminder to all MSC 5th Grade families:
MSC is holding it's annual "MSC Middle School Open House" event THIS Thursday (November 6), from 5:30-7:30 pm at MSC.
This informative event is highly recommended for all MSC 5th grade families (parents and children welcome); interested family's from MSC's 4th Grade are also welcome. See attached flier. Start time is 5:30 pm in MSC's lobby. No pre-registration required.

Wellness November letter
 Unique Opportunity to watch an exclusive concert at 
Lincoln Center. 
For MSC Families Only.

Performed by Steven Herring, baritone
and Beata Moon, pianist/composer
With the help of various composers and poets, Steven Herring and Beata Moon have
created a program which takes the audience on a fun journey, an exploration of ideas
across the footlights!
Songs by:  Aaron Copland,  Robert Wright, Umberto Giordano, Jacques Ibert,  Allen Toussaint,
Jennifer Tibbets, Chandler Carter, C.M. Schonberg and traditional folksongs.
Monday, November 3rd, 2014 at 6:00pm
At the Clark Theater, Rose Building, 7th floor
154 West 65th Street
Between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue; entrance on the north side of the street.
Provided courtesy of our partners at Lincoln Center Education.