First Annual Parkside Yearbook

Parkside Community School - Austin Texas Montessori School

New for the 2009/2010 school year is the Parkside Yearbook and we are WAY excited about the prospect of each child having fabulous Parkside memories in photo form to keep forever.

It will be a soft-sided, “perfect bound” book.  There will be a small, black and white, thumbnail picture of each student on the classroom pages PLUS numerous pictures and pages of lots of other classroom and school “events” including, but not limited to the following:  Children Working, Simple Gifts, Fall Camp-out, Primary Scarecrow Making, Ghosts of the Past, Cultural Challenge and Science Fair!!!  There will also be designated “Autograph” pages for friends and teachers to sign.

PURCHASE: The Yearbook Sales are part of our total fundraising efforts with monies going to support our scholarship program.  They are available for sale at $30 each from now until Thursday, December 17, 2009.   There are discounts for multiple yearbooks purchased (see order form attached and in your mailtube) – because siblings will each want one and grandparents may want one as well.

DONATE: In addition, as we would like to “gift” a yearbook to each of the teachers/staff, you may take advantage of the price reduction for multiple copies.  Just note below that you wish to make such a donation.

We welcome any photo submissions until mid-march.  We cannot, however, guarantee that photos submitted will in fact be included.

To submit photos or for any questions, please contact Jacqui Moreno at 698-8388, [email protected] or Elizabeth Kalbacher at 899-4000, [email protected]  Yearbooks will be delivered in mid-May.

Turn your order form and full payment to Shannon in the front office.

*If the cost prohibits you from purchasing a yearbook and yet you do still want one, please see Shannon in the front office.

Parkside Community School
“I once asked my son, Harrison, to name the best thing he learned from his two years at Parkside. Without hesitation, he said, 'Parkside taught me how to love.' ”
Richard Cole