Most schools are grateful for any one of the above, and hopefully
this year during your membership drive, you are able to oblige. Join
PTA! Get involved!
A must-attend event in the early weeks of school is Back to School
Night. This is an adults-only evening that gives parents the
opportunity to meet their child's teacher and learn about their
curriculum and responsibilities for the coming year.
Teachers are very appreciative of a big turnout at this event. It
means that parents care about their child's education.
Here's what's happening in the Crescenta Valley cluster:
PTA President Caroline Hardman has chosen "Creating a
Compassionate Community" as this year's theme and wants each family
to participate by joining PTA.
The Innisbrook wrapping paper fund-raiser runs through Friday.
VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY
Signatures gift wrap orders are due Sept. 30, Vice President John
Chairwoman Michele Walter is working hard to get everyone to join
PTA during the membership drive.
MONTE VISTA ELEMENTARY
Back to School Night begins at 6 p.m. Thursday. Parents should go
directly to their child's classroom at their assigned time. This is
also a minimum day and students will be dismissed at 12:15 p.m.
A special 'thank you' to Matthew Grobar for playing a trumpet solo
at the school's Sept. 11 flag ceremony.
Foundation President Howard Hakes extends an invitation to attend
the meeting at 7 p.m. Oct. 8 in the cafetorium.
LA CRESCENTA ELEMENTARY
Membership Chairwoman Debbie Hand is busy handing out lollipops to
all students whose parents join PTA during the membership drive.
Hurry and get your envelopes in.
Fund-raising Chairwoman Monica Gilmore hopes all students
participate in the Signatures fund-raiser that began Friday.
MOUNTAIN AVENUE ELEMENTARY
PTA President Liz Arnold invites everyone to the meeting at 7 p.m.
Oct. 3 in the school auditorium. Teacher Judi Legerton is the
Give a little time to help make the Halloween Carnival a success.
Sign up by calling Barbara Magallon at 248-5289 or Amy Pratt at