The Arbor Heights PTA funds its annual budget through various charitable giving events. As a group, we then decide how best to spend those funds towards the improvement of our school and our children’s education. We currently fund the school with more than $75,000 per year (more than our state funded operating budget!) Here are just a few ways our dollars go to work for our kids.
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Jessica Raucci & Arin Winsor
Heather Ahndan & Sarah Sorensen
Hazel Cobb & Sarah Richey
The Winter Artisan Bazaar is just days away! Join us for this special event hosted at the Arbor Heights Elementary School cafeteria on Saturday, December 3rd from 2:00-6:00pm, including: Over 30+ craft vendors (students and adults) Two tasty food vendors Free cider and cookies Free crafts for the kids Holiday music and cheer Artists and crafts Read more about Winter Artisan Bazaar Coming Soon![…]
Planning is well underway for the 2017 PTA Auction – MISSION:POSSIBLE! – and there are many ways you can help us succeed! The next planning meeting is Thursday, January 5th from 7:00-8:30pm at the Raucci household. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for directions.
Learn Strategies to Help your Child Manage Big Emotions Emotions drive our attention, memory, learning, mental health, the decisions we make and our general everyday effectiveness. The Seattle Public School district adopted the RULER program last year to help teachers and students better integrate social and emotional learning into the classroom and school environment. Teachers and Read more about Guest Speaker, Thursday November 17th[…]
As election day nears, we love these recommended reads to get our kids involved in the process. No matter where your child is on the political spectrum — from left to right, confused to savvy, from young to even younger, here are some of the best books to get them even more interested in the 2016 Read more about Good Books for Future Voters[…]
Check out this recent post from one of our favorite parenting sites on unlocking your child’s creative mind. Having a good imagination is one thing, but using it to get ahead in life is another. Peter Himmelman, the Grammy- and Emmy-nominated singer-songwriter and author of the new book, Let Me Out: Unlock Your Creative Mind And Read more about Inspiring Natural Creativity[…]