As we close out the September agenda, Compass Community looks forward to the fun-filled month of October and the social opportunities as well as service projects it will offer.
To kick of the first full autumn month, Compass will be going skating at Athens Skate-in on Thursday, October 11. It’s a fun and casual excursion for all ages and families lasting from 6:30-8:30. Students at Compass enjoy participating in this event as a relaxed and fun way to get to know fellow students as well as rolling on the rink. Cost: $4/skater (includes skate rental)
Secondly, Compass will be making a trip to Rush, a fun-filled trampoline park, to join in their homeschool hour hosted from 1:00-2:00 p.m. on October 19th ($10/jumper). It will be geared towards the younger students and will be a casual and fun way for children to make new friends (and spend some energy).
A third thing, Compass will be volunteering for at Rivers Alive on Saturday, October 20 in which families who sign up will clean up garbage along rivers and nature preserves. Last year, families immensely enjoyed this hands-on service project and were astonished by some very interesting articles they stumbled upon during their clean-up. You won’t want to miss out on this fun day starting at Sandy Creek from 8:00-12:00 noon. To register, go to https://uga.givepulse.com/group/138114-Rivers-Alive-Athens-Clarke-County and sign up for the Boulevard Woods Park location. Kids, teens, and adults are welcome, but I recommmend only regstering the teens and adults.
Lastly, highly anticipated by students each year, is the in-school activity of Character Day. On October 24, students can come to class dressed in a costume of their favorite movie, book, or tv series character to join a fun day of picture taking and creativity.
For the moms - Mrs. Brianne is planning a fun-filled Moms' Night Out for October 26th. You won't want to miss!