HOLLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENT/TEACHER ORGANIZATION

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1 HOLLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENT/TEACHER ORGANIZATION Welcome to the school year! We look forward to meeting our new Holland Elementary families and seeing our existing families. We hope you will all become a part of the PTO community this year! Please complete and return the enclosed forms to school in the large envelope provided by SEPTEMBER 1 ST. A detailed list of all PTO sponsored events, programs and committees is available on the PTO website at Holland Elementary PTO. These committees are always in need of volunteers. Please know that volunteering does not have to be time consuming. We welcome your support in any way. For new families, we are attaching the list of PTO committees and events. The first PTO meeting of this school year is scheduled for THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 th at 7:00 PM. These meetings provide valuable information about the happenings at Holland Elementary, as well as provide an opportunity to meet and connect with other parents in our school community. Paid PTO members who attend these meetings have an opportunity to vote on PTO events and spending. Look for most PTO communication to come home each Wednesday on GOLD paper. Please sign up for the PTO listserv where you will be apprised of PTO matters. Be sure to bookmark the PTO website at (click on the links to Holland Elementary School, then PTO). All PTO forms and other information are regularly posted at this site. All students receive a Communication folder from the PTO. Inside this folder, you will see a school calendar listing PTO and school events as well as a list of all PTO committees and contact information. To help fund the various classroom parties held throughout the year (Halloween, Winter Holiday, Valentine s Day and an End-of-Year celebration), we ask that all parents pay $10.00 (cash only, please) per student at Back To School Night. This should be given to the Homeroom Mom of each class. This donation contributes to the purchase of paper goods, crafts and some snacks for the class parties throughout the year. Thank you for your support! We are looking forward to a great year! The Holland Elementary PTO Executive Board Sharon Millstein, President Carolyn Tantillo, Vice President Trina Labenski, Treasurer Kim O Donnell, Corresponding Secretary June Black, Recording Secretary

2 HOLLAND ELEMENTARY PTO PTO MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION Our PTO provides many wonderful things for the students and our school. Membership dues and monies raised through fundraising activities are what make this possible. When all families support the PTO by becoming PTO members, you will help enable all of the students to receive the many worthwhile items and programs. Our goal is 100% participation from ALL Holland Elementary families and teachers. In order to become an active member of our PTO as detailed below, your dues must be paid in full. Please select from one of the following: 1. FAMILY MEMBERSHIP - $25.00: This membership entitles paid PTO members to participate and vote at our monthly PTO meetings and hold a PTO committee position. Only paid PTO families and teachers will receive a published copy of our school directory as part of their membership. 2. BUSINESS/FAMILY MEMBERSHIP - $50.00: This membership is offered to those Holland Elementary families who would like to advertise their business in our school directory. In addition, these families receive the same benefits as our Family Membership detailed above. PLEASE INCLUDE A BUSINESS CARD WITH YOUR DUES. If a parent is interested in becoming a Homeroom Mom, dues must be paid in full. Please return the bottom portion of this form, along with your payment in the large envelope. Cash and checks are accepted. Please make all checks payable to Holland PTO. Any questions, please contact Trina Labenski at *********************************************************************************** We would like to become a member of the Holland PTO for the school year. FAMILY MEMBERSHIP ($25.00) BUSINESS/FAMILY MEMBERSHIP ($50.00) (Business card included.) NAME: Telephone: Child s name(s): Teacher: Teacher: Teacher: * Any checks returned for insufficient funds will be subject to a returned check fee of $15.00 by the PTO. FOR PTO USE: pd. Member

3 HOLLAND ELEMENTARY T-SHIRTS The PTO provides all Holland Elementary students and staff with complimentary t-shirts. These shirts are to be worn on field trips as well as other days and school events during the school year to show school spirit. Please complete the bottom portion of this sheet and return in the large envelope. ADDITIONAL T-SHIRTS FOR PARENTS, YOUNGER SIBLINGS, ETC. MAY BE ORDERED AT A COST OF $8.00/SHIRT. Please make all checks payable to Holland PTO. PLEASE REMEMBER WHEN ORDERING, T-SHIRTS ARE PROVIDED EVERY OTHER YEAR. BE SURE TO ORDER ACCORDINGLY. Any questions, please contact Sharon Millstein at * * * * * * * * * * * * * * HOLLAND ELEMENTARY T-SHIRT ORDER FORM STUDENT S FULL NAME(S) AND TEACHER(S): TELEPHONE: SHIRT SIZE: Youth Small Youth Medium Youth Large Adult Small Adult Medium Adult Large Adult X-Large

4 HOMEROOM PARENT Two parents are chosen from each class to be this year s Homeroom Parent. A Homeroom Parent must be a paid member of our PTO. The PTO and our school greatly depend upon the dedication and cooperation of all Homeroom Parents with respect to ALL of the responsibilities outlined below. 1. MONTHLY GENERAL PTO MEETINGS: Either one or both Homeroom Parents must attend the monthly general PTO meetings. A listing of all PTO meeting dates is in the Communication folder as well as on the PTO website. 2. BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHTS: One or both of the Homeroom Parents are asked to: (1) briefly introduce themselves as their class Homeroom Parents; (2) circulate a sign-up sheet for parent volunteers to help with class parties; and (3) collect the funds needed for the class parties held throughout the year. 3. CLASS PARTIES: (Halloween, Winter Holiday, Valentine s Day and an End-of-the-Year celebration). The Homeroom Parents plan and organize these parties according to the guidelines set by Mr. Sanko. 3. SCHOOL FAIR (Spring, 2011): Both Homeroom Parents are required to work a two-hour shift at the fair. If you cannot work at the fair, it is your responsibility to get your replacement. 4. FIELD DAY: Both Homeroom Parents are required to assist your class at Field Day (June 3, 2011). If you cannot attend, it is your responsibility to get your replacement. FIELD TRIPS: You may be asked by your teacher to accompany the class on field trips. HOWEVER, being a Homeroom Parent does not automatically mean that you attend any and all field trips. As always, teachers will make the final decision on chaperone selection. IMPORTANT: If you are interested in being a Homeroom Parent for your child s class, please complete the following sheet and return it in the large envelope by SEPTEMBER 1 ST. If you were a Homeroom Parent for your child last year, you may not be selected for this year, unless there is a shortage of volunteers for that class. All names submitted will be placed in a hat. If your name is selected, Elaine Rovner, our PTO Homeroom Coordinator, will contact you. THOSE PARENTS SELECTED ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND A BRIEF MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 16 TH at 6:45 PM (immediately prior to General PTO Meeting). Any questions, please contact Mrs. Rovner at

5 HOMEROOM PARENT I have read the list of responsibilities of a Homeroom Parent. I am a paid PTO member for the school year. If my name is chosen, I understand that I need to attend a brief Homeroom Parent meeting on September 16 th at 6:45 PM. Name: Telephone: address: Child s name: Teacher: Child s name: Teacher: Child s name: Teacher: Yes, I was a Homeroom Parent last year ( ) for my son/daughter s class. For PTO use: paid member

6 SIGN ME UP!!! Name: Telephone: address: I would like to volunteer on the committee(s) circled below: Barbeque at Field Day Building & Landscape Candygrams Fundraising Kidstuff coupon book sale Gift wrap sale Barnes & Noble Book Fair Night Parents Night Out Family Fun Night Celebrity Scooper Night Family Bingo & Dinner Father/Daughter Sweetheart Dance Father/Son Event Gardening Committee Kids Vote Market Day Mother/Daughter Event Mother/Son Event Photocopying Public Relations Redemptions Roller Skating Parties School Fair School Store Secret Shop 6 th Grade Send-off Soft Pretzel sale Yearbook Holland Harvest * The chairperson of the committee(s) you selected will be in contact with you. * A list of all of our committees and their chairperson is in your child s Communication folder and on the PTO website. * Any questions, please contact Carolyn Tantillo at or For PTO use: Pd. Member

7 PTO COMMITTEES The following is a brief description of the various committees within our PTO. Volunteering is encouraged and always welcomed! This list can also be found on the PTO website throughout the entire school year. Volunteering is easy just indicate what you d like to do on the enclosed sheet and return it in the large envelope or contact PTO Vice President Carolyn Tantillo at Barbeque at Field Day (June 3, 2011): This committee arranges and distributes the BBQ lunch purchased by students and staff. Candygrams: This committee prepares and distributes bags of treats containing messages from friends and family to the students and staff. Fall Fundraising: This school year, our PTO has selected the following programs for our Fundraising programs: Kidstuff Coupon books, Gift wrap sale, Monthly Restaurant Nights, Parents Night Out, Barnes & Noble Book Fair Night (Nov. 19 th ), Family Fun Night and Celebrity Scooper Night at Rita s Water Ice. Family Bingo/Dinner (October 8 th and January 28 th ): These are nights of bingo fun for the entire family held at our school. Pizza and hoagies are available for dinner as well as goodies and refreshments. Father/Daughter Sweetheart Dance (February, 2011): This special evening is for our girls and their dad or special man. Father/Son Event (Spring, 2011): This fun event is for our boys and their dad or special guy. Gardening: This committee keeps our school looking its best by maintaining the gardens and flowerpots. Holland Harvest (Oct. 28 th - 5:00-6:30 PM): This is a school community event that celebrates the Fall season. Homeroom Parents: Two parents are chosen from each class. A detailed list of responsibilities is included in this packet of information as well as on the PTO website. Kids Vote (November 2, 2010): This program is a district-wide and community effort that gives students in grades K-12 an opportunity to vote in the government elections. This program is offered to Holland Elementary during even-numbered years. Market Day: This program is a food co-op of delicious and convenient family foods that also acts as a major fundraiser for our school. Market Day is sold monthly at our school. Dates are listed on the Communication folder as well as on the PTO website. Mother/Daughter Event (January, 2011): This special event is for our girls and their moms or special lady. Mother/Son Event (Nov. 5, 2010): This is a fun-filled activity for our boys and their moms or special lady. Photocopying: This committee coordinates the photocopying and distribution of all PTO communications to our school families. Public Relations: This committee is responsible for publicizing the PTO-sponsored events to area newspapers, schools and communities via news releases, posters, and flyers when appropriate. This committee is asked to arrange for local newspaper and media coverage of PTO-sponsored events.

8 Redemptions: This committee coordinates, collects, distributes and organizes various redemption programs, such as, Box Tops for Education, grocery store programs, as well as printer and inkjet cartridges. Roller Skating Parties at the Palace Roller Rink: These evenings of fun are for the entire family November 11 th, January 20 th and March 3 rd. School Fair: This is our annual school fair held at our school. Many volunteers are needed for this event, as this is our biggest fundraiser of the school year. School Store: This committee organizes and oversees the school store, open during various lunch periods throughout the week. Secret Shop (November 22 nd and 23 rd ) : This is for all of our little shoppers who need to find just the right gift for the special people on their holiday shopping list. This event is held at our school during the week of Thanksgiving. Soft Pretzel Sale: Every Friday, soft pretzels are sold during lunch periods. Sixth Grade Send-off: Several farewell activities for the entire sixth grade class are planned for the end of the school year. Yearbook: This committee coordinates the publishing of a yearbook by obtaining photographs of special events held throughout the year.

9 WELCOME BACK SOCIAL September 1, 2010 Please join us in the school cafeteria for water ice and pretzels, compliments of the Holland Elementary PTO. Families with the last name beginning with the letters: A thru M please arrive between 6:30 and 7:00pm. N thru Z please arrive between 7:30 and 8:00pm. Should you have any questions, please contact Sharon Millstein at * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * WELCOME BACK SOCIAL Response Form To be sure that we have enough water ice and pretzels for everyone, we request that you RSVP by August 31 st by returning this slip in the envelope provided. Thank you!! The family will have members attending.

10 PTO COMMUNICATION (PTO Listserv) The PTO organizes an communication chain among our Holland Elementary school families. This is an easy way to keep up to date on the current events within our PTO. Instructions to join the notification system: - Send an to the above address and you will be notified that you have joined the listserv notification system. - You will then be sent an with instructions on completing this task. - You must do this from the address that you would like to receive notification. You can sign up as many accounts as you need. Instructions to leave the notification system: - Send an to the above address and you will be notified that you have left the listserv notification system. - You must do this from the address that you have received notification from. Please note that this service is only to advise Holland Elementary School families of PTO events and information. Any questions, please contact Kim O Donnell at or

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