Next Jackson PTA Meeting:
October 19, 2023
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- Need a directory? You can become a member here. There is an activity fee that needs to be added to the membership. This fee covers one third of the PTA budget and prevents us from asking you for help with a lot of little fundraisers.
- Reflections: This year's theme for Reflections, the National PTA arts program, is "I am Hopeful Because...". Students can choreograph a dance, produce a film, write a poem or story, compose a song, take photos, or create a piece of visual art, and then explain how it relates to the theme. Our students have been recognized at the local, state, and national level in recent years. Entries are due in the school office by Friday, November 3. For more information and entry guidelines, visit the PTA Council website here.
- PTA Council Presents York Senior Scholarships: The District 205 PTA Council is proud to partner with Brewpoint Coffee to help raise funds for scholarships awarded to graduating seniors who will attend an accredited 4-year college, junior college, or trade school. Support us by placing your order here!
- The best way to stay up to date with the PTA is through social media. Please follow us on Facebook at Jackson PTA and on Instagram at jacksonschoolpta.
Upcoming Clubs and Events
Running Club will be starting up in October. This will be a lunchtime club for grades 2 through 5 and it will meet twice each week. There will be new cards for the students to scan and track their distance and of course, we will have charms! Click here to sign up. Click here to help supervise the 2nd and 3rd graders. Click here to help supervise the 4th and 5th graders.
Brain Games Club will be meeting this coming Tuesday, October 3 from 6-7pm in the MPR at Jackson. It is set up as open play for chess and other brain games like Rubik's Cubes, checkers, Mastermind, and Stratego. We ask that you stay with your child and make it a family game night. Sign ups and regular attendance are not required. Hope to see you there!
Boo Bash is October 14! It will include new activities like a Trunk or Treat and a whipped cream pie eating contest! Please RSVP here so we can be sure to have enough prizes ready for the kids! A sign up to help at the event will be available soon.
Garden Club has completed their year's harvest and has wrapped up for the calendar year. The students learned so much this past spring and fall and were able to create a remarkable garden. Thanks to Chris Reid for setting up the gardens and creating the lessons for the students. We will see everyone in Garden Club again in the spring!
LEGO Club is in the planning phases! More information will come soon!