Performing and visual arts displays will be balanced by reports on academic and vocational options available. Optional donations of new toys and books will be collected for Glendale Healthy Start. Reservations can be made by contacting Swainston at firstname.lastname@example.org or Carol Attarian, Glendale High PTSA first vice president, at email@example.com.
R.D. White PTA Historian Kristin Pardo announces the next Adopt-a-Block for Saturday. A special “thank you” is offered to custodian Robert Struck who dedicates his time to opening up the school for this neighborhood event. Pardo also walks with the group around the block, making sure trash and recyclables are properly disposed of.
Glendale High School
Glendale High celebrates homecoming with a pep rally Friday, which also heralds the end of the first quarter with a minimum bell schedule. The homecoming football game begins at 7 p.m. against Hoover High School. The game is preceded by homecoming festivities at 6 p.m. Celebration culminates with the homecoming dance at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Gene Autry Museum.
Wilson Middle School
PTSA President Helena Williams catches her breath as Red Ribbon Week, Reflections and food drive activities make way for the final stretch of the membership drive.
The combined PTSA meeting with Glendale High is going to be even larger this year, and they are looking forward to the evening hosted by Glendale High Dec. 7. Finally, it’s time to begin recruiting for the 2010-11 PTSA Board with the election of a nominating committee.
College View School
The PTA thanks everyone who supported its 25th anniversary event where more than 80 ceramic tiles were painted. These individualized “gifts” will be installed on campus at a later date.