Learn more about the responsibilities of the PTA Executive Board from the Executive Board Presentation below.
Meredith Uber and Melissa Lewkowicz invite your child to join us at Social Graces, a four-week class for 3rd-5th graders, where he or she will learn appropriate behavior for all situations. Alongside his or her peers, your child will learn etiquette in a way that is relevant and fun. Learning will take place in a small group setting, creating a welcoming environment while allowing your little lady or gentleman to receive personal attention. The class will culminate in an individualized skills assessment. We believe that kindness, respect, and integrity are pillars upon which a child builds good character; our goal is to create an
Help support one of the treasures that make Jones Elementary a great school -- its wonderful readers! Recognize the people important in your child's education and
Fill out the honor books order form found on the Jones or PTA website.
Make a donation online at http://titlewish.com/103413
It will be matched by Follett Library Resources at 10%!
We'd like to recognize the students that participated in the National PTA Reflections Program and represented Jones with fantastic, original artwork! All participants received Jones Jaguar cups filled with goodies, along with $10 Gift Cards to Barnes and Noble. Certificates will be presented to each of the participants at the end of the school year and they will have an end of the year party. (Yes! It's a big deal!)
This year's participants, their grade level and the categories in which they submitted work:
Makayla Key 5th Literature and Photography
Angeline Moore 5th Photography
Jade Pettigrew 2 Visual Arts
Isabella Romine 4th Literature, Musical Composition
Lauren Slate 4th Visual Arts
Regan Summer 2 Visual Arts
Hannah Sawulski 2 Visual Arts
Gregory Williams 5th Literature
Congratulations to all of you!
Jones Elementary PTA
Myra Key, PTA President 2012-2013
Jones Elementary School
Read the January 2013 Issue of The Council Connection from Guilford County Council of PTAs.
Teacher Scholarship Program
NCPTA is pleased to continue its Teacher Scholarship Program!
Four scholarships in the amount of $500 will be awarded to teachers seeking a master's degree in education.
To be eligible for the North Carolina PTA Teacher Scholarship, a teacher must:
The teacher may be working on the degree on either a full-time or part-time basis. The scholarship can be used to cover tuition costs and other student fees, purchase of books, or other direct costs related to the degree program. The money will be placed into an account at the college/university from which these expenses can be paid.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must apply online by May 25.
In your online application you will need to provide the following:
Visit http://www.ncpta.org/pta/AwdTeacherScholarship.html for more information.
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