The 2017 Back 2 School Festival: August 12th, 2017

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Back to school is around the corner. To help lessen the stress and struggles of preparing your child(ren) for back to school, you are invited to the Back 2 School Festival on August 12, 2017 ( Watauga High School, Go Pioneers Drive Boone, NC, 28607.

Back 2 School Festival

WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE FESTIVAL:

SCHOOL SUPPLIES

You will be offered school supplies to help lighten the burden of back-to-school shopping. The committee does their best to supply as many supplies as possible from backpacks, to pencils, erasers, and paper. You need it, they probably have it!

NOTE: The committee cannot guarantee that your child will get everything on their supplies lists. You may need to purchase additional items based on your child’s personal school list. Check your child’s teacher’s supplies list (usually available at their school) after you leave the festival to see what additional items you may need to purchase yourself.  If there are items on your child’s list that you cannot afford and the festival cannot readily supply, the team will take your name and school name and do their best to get these items to you within the first week of school through your school social worker.

HAIR CUTS

Professional Stylists will be on hand to offer school kids a fresh new look!  If you haven’t seen the High School Cosmetology Room than you are in for a big surprise.  Kids will receive a new haircut compliments of local professional stylists. Please consider coloring a thank you card to give as a tip to these gracious volunteers!

BENEFICIAL INFORMATION

Local agencies will be on hand to offer information about beneficial programs and services.

LUNCH

Mellow Mushroom graciously provides free lunch from 11 am – 1 pm or until they run out. Typical lunch consists of a sandwich, chips, fruit and a drink.

ACTIVITIES AND FUN!

Information Booths will also host activities for your family to enjoy. Come enjoy festivities and get into the back-to-school spirit!

You are welcome to take what you need but please be aware of others in need.  If you do not need a ruler, please don’t take a ruler and so on. This will help to ensure that we are able to reach all children.

About Jen Spink


I’m Jen Spink, editor of The High Country Parent. My husband Scott and I have two beautiful girls. Geek is a word that comes to mind to describe me as I love social media and all things technology.