Monday, March 6, 2017

 

PTSO General Meeting this Thursday March 9, 6:00-8:00pm
 
 
Announcements:
 
 PTSO Board Member Openings 2017-2018
 
Would you like to make your volunteer role more formal?  Spaces for next school years executive board are available.  We are in need of a Co-President, Vice President, Co-Treasurer, Secretary and PTOC Rep.  If you have any questions to what is involved please email president@a2steampto.org
 
 
Grade 3-5 Fun Night
It's time for another fun night, can you believe it!!
Friday night, March 10th, 6-8pm at STEAM.
  • Steam 3rd/4th/5th graders and their families are invited. No siblings OVER 5th grade, please, due to space.
  •  Entry is free, pizza for sale, fruits/veggies/desserts/popcorn are free.
 
Many of you have already signed up to help out with food donations and volunteer slots, which is amazing! However, we still need a bunch more. We understand how hard it is to commit to volunteering, so please know we truly appreciate it when you do. These fun nights couldn't happen without you!
 
Note: This is NOT a drop off event.
 
Sign Up:
 
Thanks,
The 3/4/5 Fun Nigh Team,
Carrie Bank, Elisabeth Weinstein, Tammy Carter, Kimberley Wilkerson, Rebecca Shriberg, Anne-Marie Ilgen, Sara Rao, Heather Walters
 
 
BoxTops
 
 
We raised $269 in our spring BoxTop drive!!!  Congratulations to Ms. Bertelsons 4th grade class for being the top contributing class and winner of the spark party!!!
 
 
 
Snow Ball
 
Dear STEAM community, 

We have completed our first annual Snow Ball Carnival. I hear it was a lot of fun! As a PTSO, we are committed to building a stronger community here at STEAM Northside, and this even was a showcase of our community efforts. I appreciated hearing families share their great experiences at the end of the day. 

I wanted to say thank you for all of your hard work in making this first-time winter event successful.  It was fantastic to see how many people stepped in to help make this event a success.

Honorable mentions: 
 
All the middle school students take on some big roles, showing dedication and leadership. 
Tami and David Haig for the bake sale magic. I do hope you come back next year, even if your beautiful Amelia is moving on to high school. 
Katie Whitney - a first year parent who stepped in to do all of the beautiful face paintings

Zoltan Jung who came to our rescue with the laser lights in the gym and made the photo booth experience so much fun. 

Thanks to all who donated baked goods and all those who donated their time. You are an amazing community and I am proud to be a member of it.  
 - Rita Shelley-Smith
Event Coordinator
 
 
 


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