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Library Book Fair

Our school book fair will be Monday, Oct. 31  - Friday, Nov. 4 from 8:30 am-3:45 pm each day.  The book fair will also be held during the Grandparent Breakfast on Monday, 7:00-8:30 am.  Students will have time to make purchases during library UA and anytime during the day (with teacher permission).  This is a link to our book fair:  http://www.scholastic.com/bf/newpalestineelemschool.  Purchases can be made in the media center at New Palestine Elementary or online.

Haunted Trail

Doe Creek Middle School Haunted Trail
Fri., 10/28 and Sat., 10/29 from 5-9 (5-6 friendly hour)
$5.00 admission per person (2 times through trail)
All proceeds go to Riley Children's Hospital and The Salvation Army

Glenda Ritz and Jennifer McCormick to speak at New Palestine High School


Please mark your calendars for an event at New Palestine High School, in the auditorium, on November 2 at 6:30 p.m. State Superintendent Incumbent Glenda Ritz and Candidate Jennifer McCormick will be speaking. We hope to see many come out to hear the platforms of both candidates in order to make an informed decision on election day. This event is being sponsored by the New Palestine Chamber of Commerce.

Questions for the candidates may be submitted in advance to Janet Mann at jmann@newpal.k12.in.us. We will have a moderator who will ask the questions of both candidates.

We encourage all to come out for this event. This position is critical to the future of education in Indiana.

Halloween Parade at NPE

Halloween Parade will be Friday, October 28th at 2:15 pm.  Parents are welcome to come watch the fun!  
Students are allowed to bring costume to school to place over their school clothes at 2:00 pm.   
NO Face paint, hairspray, and weapons are allowed.  Also, student costumes should not scare a preschool student, a kindergarten student, or Mrs. Eastes.  We LOVE this tradition!