Posted 12/08/2018 10:37PM
Come join us for PTA Movie Night on Friday, December 14th. All is welcome! We will be showing "Incredibles 2" and giving out free candy canes and one free raffle ticket to each child that attends. You have a chance to win a raffle basket and/or hot chocolate with the principal! Additional raffle tickets are on sale for $1/each. Everyone is encouraged to come in their pajamas or comfy clothes and to bring pillows/blankets/sleeping bags. Students must be accompanied by an adult. Pizza, nachos, sodas, and more goodies are available for purchase at movie night.
Posted 11/15/2018 09:40AM
Thank you to our PTA for organizing the PTA Fall Staff Appreciation Event. Thank you parents for providing such yummy food on our conference day. We greatly appreciate the support and love.
Posted 11/13/2018 06:04PM
Sign up for the GeoBee Today! Grades 4, 5 and 6 are eligible to sign-up. Please email the GeoBee PTA Chair, Kiranmaye Sirigineni, at email@example.com. Include the child's name, grade, and room number. GeoBee is on Friday, January 18th. Are you willing to volunteer? We are looking for help as well!
Posted 11/09/2018 02:43PM
The Matsumoto's Spelling Bee, sponsored by Matsumoto's PTA, is here! It is open to all students in Grades 1-6. Primary students in Grades 1-3 will have the opportunity to participate in the Written Spelling Bee only. Upper Grade students in Grades 4-6 will have the opportunity to participate in the Written Spelling Bee and advance to the Oral Spelling Bee. All participating students will take the Written Spelling Bee during the school day on Monday, December 10th. Click on the link above for the school spelling bee list. Top finalists from the Written Spelling Bee will advance to the Oral Spelling Bee on Friday, January 11th at 6pm. Permission slips will be sent home with qualifying students. Please REGISTER by Wednesday, December 5th at: https://tinyurl.com/tmspellingbee2018-2019
Posted 09/24/2018 01:17PM
December's ABC book: In Say Something, the narrator sees and hears teasing, put-downs, pushing, excluding, and other forms of bullying behaviors at her school. Because she's confused about what to do, she doesn't do anything at first. However, her responses change as she gains understanding and empathy. The book's message to say something is a call to action for ALL of us to move from the passive role of bystander to the positive, active role of UPstander. Click on the link above to learn more about the goals of the lesson.
Posted 08/30/2018 11:18AM
Please join the Tom Matsumoto PTA.