"I am Hopeful Because"...That’s the theme for the 2023-24 Reflections Art Program, which has been bringing the arts to life for more than 10 million students since 1969. California State PTA and its members, families and kids are on the forefront of this amazing program, which increases community awareness of the importance of arts in education.
We have fun and interactive family nights sponsored by the PTSA several times a year. These family nights include a Welcome Back to School Social, on-campus movie nights and an International Night. Addtionally, family nights may coincide with our Book Fair to give parents and students an extra opportunity to shop.
Students are exposed to different artists through an assembly, classroom lessons, and a fun art project.
During Red Ribbon Week, students learn about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, making good choices, and saying no to drugs through this weeklong school event in October.
This is a week where we celebrate the importance of reading with different events during the week including a fun dress-up day!
PTSA helps pay for field trip transportations and assemblies (ex. Imagination Machine).
PTSA works to purchase additional items to support student learning (ex. chrome carts).
Profits from the Scholastic Book Fairs are used to purchase library books.
Teachers receive a stipend at the beginning of the year to purchase items needed for their classrooms.
Fitness is important and PTSA works to support the program by purchasing items needed to create a robust PE program.
PTSA helps the school purchase safety equipment above and beyond what the district is able to provide.
Our school's WatchDOGS program is up and running! We are so excited for this opportunity to have dads on campus to be involved in your child(ren)'s school day and to be a male role model for other students in the class and on campus. Being a WatchDOG may include being an aide to the teacher in your child's class, being involved during recess such as playing or refereeing sports, assisting at lunch time, and occasionally being asked to help in other classes or activities.