Some of our children need a little extra help. The pantry's purpose is to provide weekend care packages - portable, non-perishable food items for breakfast, lunch and dinner - that will keep their tummies happy until they return to school.
Contact Linh Nguyen to learn more.
The PTA provides families with a fun-filled, family-centered activities each year, but the net result is the same - everyone has a blast.
Contact Kellie Hoisington for more information.
Part of a well-rounded education involves extra-curricular experiences. That's why we provide funding to the art, music and physical education departments so they can purchase extra art supplies, tune instruments, and help our kids stay fit.
Contact Nanette Melo to learn more.
Through out the year, our volunteers receive training and teach special hands-on science lessons to our students in K-5th Grade.
Contact to learn more.
MEDIA CENTER SUPPORT
During the school year, the PTA coordinates a Scholastic Book Fair. Proceeds go directly to the media center.
Contact Heather White to learn more.
All children deserve opportunities to explore and be involved in the arts. Since beginning in 1969, The Reflections Program has inspired millions of students to reflect on a specific theme and bring it to life through dance, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and visual arts.
This program rewards the bookworms by allowing them to read books on the school library shelves, then take a test on that book. The children who take the most tests and score highest on their tests receive prizes and recognition. In the past, participants have had a chance to win, among other things, a Kindle.
Contact Kathy Stanchina to learn more.