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The Polite Press
Volume 1, No. 1, Page 1
October 2002

Special Interest Articles
 Winter Holiday Classes
 Instructors Needed
 Parent Information Nights
 Additions to Our Web Site
Forward this Newsletter to your Friends
 What's YOUR Social Headache?
 Book of the Month

Northshore YMCA to offer PoliteChild Courses
Beginning in November, The PoliteChild courses will be offered at the Northshore YMCA in Bothell, Washington. This is a tremendous opportunity for us to expand our current offerings more broadly into the community. The official launch of the program will occur during the kickoff of the Y’s “National Family Week” celebration, Sunday, November 24th, where we’ll offer our new Holiday Manners class! Plus, in keeping with the PoliteChild’s corporate philosophy, we are tracking all revenue brought in through the YMCA’s course offerings, and a portion of this will be used to offer program scholarships to qualified families. To see the full press release, click here!
New Member Schools
 Northshore YMCA
 Chestnut Hill Academy
 The Meridian School
 Learning Garden - Bellevue
 Learning Garden - Bothell
Visit the PoliteChild web site to:
 Learn More About Our Philosophy
 Find a Class in Your Community
 See Our List of Recommended Books


  Halloween Tips from The PoliteChild

Travel in Groups - Go trick or treating with some neighbors or friends, and take an adult or two with you.
Stay Visible and Watch for Cars - Some costumes can be difficult for drivers to see. Carry a flashlight or glow stick, or wear reflective sneakers.
Be Polite to Your Neighbors - Make a good impression on the homes you visit.
Remember to Say "Thank You" - Show your appreciation for the treats you have received.
Patiently Wait Your Turn – Don’t push in front of people to get to the door. Remember, there are plenty of treats for everyone! And, look out for those little goblins, too, who may be less steady on their feet than you…especially in an unfamiliar costume!
Don’t be Greedy! – When offered a bowl of candy at the door, please only take one candy – or at most two if it is offered to you. It’s not polite to grab a handful – leave some for others!

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