The PTA of PS 32 meeting scheduled for March 18, 2014 has been canceled.
Just a reminder that there is CEC District 15 meeting tonight, it is free and open to the public.
CEC District 15 Meeting
Monday, March 3, 2014
6:30pm – 8:30pm
131 Livingston St. Room 508B
Third through fifth graders are invited to join us on Saturday for the next 5 weeks to sharpen their ELA and Math skills, from 9am to 1pm. A light breakfast snack is available at 8:45 am. Students will receive 3 hours of instruction in ELA and Math and 1 hour of enrichment. If you haven’t signed up yet, please come on Saturday morning (March 1) and register.
Dear PS 32 Families and Staff,
The Spring Box Tops for Education collection contest has begun! Our Fall contest brought in almost $700 for our school – that’s 7,000 Box Tops! Thank you for all of your support. We hope that we can surpass our previous earnings and bring in even more Box Tops before the end of the school year! Each Box Top is worth 10 cents for our school. Box Tops can be found on many products you use every day, such as Kleenex, Ziploc, and General Mills Cereal. You can even collect points for your on-line purchases!
This contest will run from Monday, Feb 3, 2014 – Friday, May 30, 2014.
Each class can be a winner! Collect your Box Tops and earn a prize! Classes bringing in over the following will win…
250 or more Box Tops = wins a book for your class
500 or more Box Tops = wins extra time in the school yard
750 or more Box Tops = wins a pajama day
1000 or more Box Tops = wins lunch with a special guest!
In order to collect and turn in box tops please follow these rules:
1. They cannot be expired.
They all have expiration dates on them – please encourage kids to check and then glance over them before you turn them in. (If it does not have an expiration date on it, it’s just a logo and does not count as a Box Top). Please do not send in expired Box Tops.
2. Collect in groups of 25 or 50.
Please collect Box Tops in groups of 25 or 50. This is how we will track class’ progress. Collection sheets that hold 25 are provided. Encourage your children to use them. This way, students and teachers can easily count them. If you need more, pick up extra copies in the Main Office, or download them at www.boxtops4education.com, or just use a piece of scrap paper and tape groups of 25 or 50 on them!
When you have filled the collection sheet, make sure to write your child’s class number on the collection sheet. You can send them to school in your child’s folder.
Once a class’ submission of 25 Box Tops is received, a sticker will be placed on the graph posted in the first floor hall to mark each class’ progress.
Please help PS 32 raise valuable funds by encouraging your children, friends and family to collect! Good Luck!
- Camille Casaretti, PS 32 Box Tops for Education Coordinator, email@example.com
Spanish translation after the jump.
Turn The Page at the PS 32 Library
PS 32 wants to help make sure that everyone has books in their homes. To accomplish this we are introducing Turn the Page.
We are asking for you to donate your gently used picture books, children’s chapter books, board books, and books on family and parenting.
We are looking for books that your child has read and read and read and now they (or you) are ready to pass them on. We will find good homes for them (and a donor’s tax letter for you upon request).
Will you ‘turn the page’ for someone else?
Please bring donations to our library.
Since we had such a great fourth quarter in 2013 for our Amazon commissions, I thought I would let everyone know how we did:
|Q4 2013 Total Items Shipped 1860||Gross Revenue $52,239.99||PS 32 Commissions $3,430.65|
As an aside, our Amazon fundraising goal for the fiscal year was $2,500. In the 2013 calendar year, (which is different from our fiscal year), we’ve raised $5448.26. Still, not too shabby for doing some clicking and ordering.
Keep reading the PS 32 weekly newsletter for regular updates on our amazon progress and don’t forget to shop ps32.org/amazon if you’re thinking about buying something online.