This event will be facilitated by Allison Riddle who is currently the Elementary Mentor Supervisor for Davis School District. In this role, she organizes and facilitates new teacher orientation, professional learning, and mentoring for teacher leaders and administrators. Allison won the Utah Teacher of the Year award before leaving the classroom and is a consultant for Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks. You can google "Allison Riddle Utah" for more information on her.
The evening will be filled with fun and creative ways to explore and practice mathematics concepts and fact fluency. It is open to everyone, young and old, living in Boulder or throughout Garfield County, those with or without children. All children must be accompanied by an adult and be at least five years old. Boulder Elementary School will be purchasing kits for each student who attends the evening event to take home with them. Therefore, we need to know who will be attending!
Please take a moment and RSVP on or before noon on Monday, September 24, 2018.
If you are unsure you are able to attend but there is a possibility, please RSVP that you will be attending and let us know at a later date if you are actually unable to attend.
Again, I need to order supplies for all attendees and would rather over order and have Allison take back what isn't needed than not have enough for all participants.
The Boulder Community Council will also be organizing a dinner immediately following the Community Game Night. If you have any questions please contact Elizabeth Julian at 435-335-7322 or email@example.com
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