Brier-Terrace Middle School Pollinator Garden, created to nurture a population of the rare western bumble bee, which was discovered in Brier in 2013. In the last 18 months an area of Continue Reading →
Terrace Park is doing hearing and vision screening all day this Friday, Sept. 12th and needs volunteer from 9-12 and/or 12-3. It’s fun and easy. Please call or text Erin Continue Reading →
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Math night is next Thursday, November 7th, and we need your help to make this awesome night a success! Please see the details below and join in the fun! Here Continue Reading →
Terrace Park’s Annual Carnival is coming up next week and the PTA still needs some volunteers to make this fun event happen. This is one of the kids’ favorite night Continue Reading →
Here’s your chance to get more involved and help support our highly capable students and teachers. Join the CPA board!
We are looking for someone to fill the treasurer position for next year.
CPA Treasurer Duties Include:
- Managing incoming donations
- Providing a tax receipt to donators
- Writing checks for teachers and approved grants
- Filing taxes at the end of the year
Washington State legislators from the 1st, 21st, and 32nd districts will be holding town hall meetings in their districts on Saturday, March 12th. The Washington Coalition for Gifted Education’s lobbyist has strongly urged us to keep in close and continued contact with our representatives. Please try to attend a meeting for your district. If you attended Gifted Education Day in Olympia last month, this is a great opportunity to follow-up with your legislators. If you were not able to attend Gifted Education Day, please add your face and voice to the chorus to help our legislators understand the importance of continuing to fund gifted education programming in Washington, especially in this tough budget climate! This could be a great chance to spend family time with other Challenge Program families and maybe stop off at the CPA Coffee Chat before or after and share your stories with others sharing your concerns. Below are the meetings scheduled:
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming November 1st –10th, and we need Volunteers!
If you have some time to help plan, set up, decorate, cashier, provide baked goods, help kids pick out books, and carry out a few special events, please consider volunteering for this wonderful event that helps support our school and encourages students to read.
The following link contains specific information on volunteer opportunities. If you can, please download it, fill it out and return the form to the office or to your child’s teacher. You can also email Amy Faris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PTA is still in need of several volunteers for the Carnival. It’s a super fun event! Please email Crystal Hauptman email@example.com if you can help out. They need volunteers to help run the activities. Shifts are 6-7 p.m. or 7-8 p.m. They are also looking for help in setting up at 4 p.m.
Been thinking about the WOLF Walk? Want to come and watch your student walk? We need about 30 more people to count laps on Thursday morning or Friday afternoon. Can you spare an hour or so? It is supposed to be 70 degrees and sunny!
Your job – stand in one spot, and mark laps on a wrist band. Listen to music! Enjoy the sunshine! Cheer the kids on!
Are you available? Please reply to Kari Potter at firstname.lastname@example.org
A) Kindergarten (Thurs): 10:00 – 10:20 Volunteers needed 9:45 – 10:30
B) Grades 1 – 3 (Fri): 1:30 – 2:15 Volunteers from 1:15 – 2:30
C) Grades 4 – 6 (Fri): 2:20 – 3:20 Volunteers from 2:00 – 3:45
Thank you for your support of this fundraiser! Remember that the pledge packets are due back on Friday, also.
Terrace Park PTA President