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Lost and Found

The Lost & Found is already growing - please label all your students's items with their last name (and first initial if common surname) with a black permanent marker. 
 
Items that get lost often are: sweatshirts, jackets, lunch boxes, water bottles, gloves, and hats.
 
If a child takes anything to lunch, recess, or BASE make sure it has their name on it!
 
Look for lost items by the art room (coat hooks and tubs), small lost items like jewelry, phones, keys are kept in the front office.
 
Unmarked & unclaimed items get donated to Red Apple Recycling periodically.
August 30, 2016 | By aharvey | Category: Northridge Elementary School

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