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 Coming up: 2018-2019 CRC Events

2018-2019 Plan


Sept 7 - Harry Potter Contest entries must be in by noon Here's a link to the rules and starters! http://bit.ly/HPFanContest2018

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND - Harry Potter Night 5:30-7:30 

Oct 10-12 - Fall Parent/Teacher Conferences –We supply meals using the funds from CRC fee 
TBD - should be sometime Nov 28-Dec 7 Winter Fest – Support as needed

Feb 1 - Dodgeball
Feb 13-15 - Spring Parent/Teacher Conferences – 
TBD April/May Art show – Support
May 6-10 Teacher Appreciation – We supply meals using the funds from CRC fee
TBD (unoffically May 21) Senior Graduation - Support
May 22nd - 8th Grade Continuation - Support

May 23 - Kindy Graduation - if needed

Completed events :

June 30 - Summer Meet and Greet - 10am to noon; Thank you to our awesome helpers!!!!! Most especially our High School volunteers!

Aug 4 - Movie Night & Meet & Greet (Lego Batman) 6-8:30pm; Thank you to everyone who was AWESOME about the weather change, quick change to being indoors! And special shout-out of thanks to Ms. Krill for wrangling concessions and student volunteers!!!!!!   

Aug 13 - Elementary Back To School Night-
Aug 14 - Secondary Back To School Night -

Aug 15 - Senior Sunrise Breakfast - 

We need your help!

The Community Relations Committee is a fun way to give back & get involved with Stargate. If you are unable to attend meetings there are lots of volunteer opportunities. Any amount of help is greatly needed & appreciated. 

Meeting Notices

If you are interested in joining CRC, please email us at crc@stargateschool.org.  

During the school year, we generally meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 8:15 am. Meeting changes and locations will be announced either on the calendar or in announcements. Everyone is welcome!     


Harry Potter

and the Gate of Stars

 

Dear Stargate Student,

 

  The CRC would like to invite stargate students to participate in our annual conjuring of creativity! This year, we will be featuring creative works of every kind! Below are some of the categories we currently have planned. As The Gate of Stars event will take place in late September, we would like to give all participating students as much time as possible.

 

1.   Fan-fiction (rules and starters are in the next section)

2.  Fan Art (rules in the next section)

3.  Makers Faire - For all other things “Gate of Stars!” Make an object from the Harry Potter universe using tech or other skills. We suggest tech objects, jewelry or non-magical objects which belong in the Harry Potter universe.

 

If you have questions, contact crc@stargateschool.org. We will have a table available at the June 30th Meet and Greet and the August 4th Volunteer signup/Movie Night. Turn in instructions will be announced at the beginning of the school year.

 

Harry Potter

Fan Fiction & Fan Art Info

 

       As part of the Harry Potter and the Gate of Stars Night, an art and fan fiction exhibition will be open to current Stargate students to showcase their creativity and love of all things Harry Potter.

 For the art entries: 

       Multiple entries are allowed

       All submissions must be made by students at Stargate School 

       Please turn in your Art submission to the front desk in either building

       Any medium is acceptable (i.e., 3D, acrylic, watercolor, pastels, pencils, markers)

       Size should be no larger than 8 ½ x 11 (3D is also acceptable)

       Incorporate the Gate of Stars (Stargate!)

       Please label on the BACK of your art (name, class, grade)

 For the fan fiction contest: 

       Multiple entries per contestant are allowed

       All contestants must be current students at Stargate School

       Entries must be submitted through email to crc@stargateschool.org

       Fan fiction for K-5 may be 5 paragraphs or more

       Fan fiction for Secondary may be 750 words or more 

       All Fan Fiction submitted must be clean for all ages. K-5 should have no coarse language, violence, or adult themes. Secondary may have minor action and violence without serious injury and should not contain any adult themes.

       Fan Fiction may include original characters, but must contain a copyrighted character from Harry Potter

       Use only your own work. You will be disqualified if you are found plagiarizing.

       Incorporate the Gate of Stars (Stargate!)

       Fan Fiction must include this disclaimer at the beginning, not to be counted as part of your story:           

            “This is a work of fan fiction using characters trademarked by J. K. Rowling. I do not claim any ownership over them or the world of Harry Potter. My story is my own invention, and it is not part of J.K. Rowling's story canon. This story is for entertainment only.I will not profit financially from the creation and publication of this story. I am grateful to Ms. Rowling for her wonderful stories about Hogwarts, for without her books, my story would not exist."

 

       Need a way to start? You can begin your story with one of the prompts provided below: 

o   If you could build a magic kingdom on the other side of the Gate of Stars what would it be like? Who would you take with you? 

 

o   Imagine you and two of your friends set out on a mystery adventure to try to discover the Gate of Stars. Who would you take? What are their strengths? What potions or tools would you want on your adventure? Describe your adventure. Who do you encounter along the way? What do you learn? How do you overcome obstacles? When you find the Gate of Stars, what happens? What is on the other side? How does the universe change when you're on the other side?

 

o   You take a dive into your favorite Harry Potter story and you get to take with you two characters from any other fiction that you have read. Who would you take? How can the three of you help Harry and his friends? What problems would you take on in Harry's world? How would you help them find the Gate of Stars?

 

o   The Gate of Stars has certain magical powers that can be used for good or evil, like in the Sorcerer's Stone. What is the magic in the Gate? How did it get it's magic? How are characters changed after they pass through the gate? What do they learn about themselves?

 

Stargate CRC-Fundraising Events

Things to know about Community Relations
    • We are similar to the PTA or PTO found in traditional schools
    • We are a group of parent volunteers
    • We plan school events and functions that promote school unity, community education, communication, and volunteerism
    Community Relations Committee meetings are open to the public and anyone interested in giving back or becoming more involved in the Stargate Community is encouraged to attend! Hope you can join us!

    If you are unable to attend meetings there are still lots of volunteer opportunities. Any and all help is greatly needed & appreciated!

    Please email us at crc@stargateschool.org for more information.

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