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Holiday Shop

Northridge Elementary,

It's the most wonderful time of the year and the

Holiday Shop

is almost here!


- One Day Only - Friday, December 11th, 2015. Open 8:30am to 4:00pm.

- The Shop offers our children a wonderful opportunity of shopping for family and friends in the safe environment of our school gym! Each grade will have a specific time to shop during the day. Parents are welcome to come and shop before/after school drop-off and pick-up.

- New Format This Year - All items for purchase are from ABC Fund Raising Inc. this year instead of individual craft vendors.

- Better yet, most (80%) items are under $5.00, and many start at less than $1.00!

- The gifts can be wrapped at check out!

- An envelope to hold money will be provided to each child in next week's Thursday Folder. The envelope will also provide a space to write out a shopping list and a budget.

- Cash Only Sale - Please consider sending your children to school with smaller bills


The ABC Holiday Shop will give our children the opportunity to shop for high quality gifts for family & friends in the safe atmosphere of our school. The ABC Holiday Shop program provides our children with an opportunity to make real life shopping decisions...plus they learn that giving is as important as receiving. 

December 7, 2015 | By aharvey | Category: Northridge Elementary School

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