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OUR 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR THEME
Welcome to a new school year and our new PTA website! We hope that the upgraded site will help our school “climb to new heights” by allowing parents to get involved and stay engaged. With all new things, it will take some getting used to, so please bear with us!
Our school relies heavily on the efforts of the PTA which cannot be successful without dedicated members. If you would like to get involved in your child's school community this year, please reach out to me or Samantha McMillan (firstname.lastname@example.org). We need you!
As always, please feel free to contact me any time if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas. I hope everyone will join the PTA to help make this another exciting and successful school year at Colonial Trail Elementary!
CTES PTA President
I would like to give a huge THANK YOU to Heather Kirschner who helped in the creation and implementation of our new website. I couldn't have done it without you:)
Thanks to this community's generosity during the Boosterthon Fun Run last year, the PTA was able to purchase Literacy Footprints and the Quaver music program for our students. This would not have been possible without the fundraising efforts of our families, so thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!
SAVE THE DATE:
Cubs in Action
Mrs. Reece and the Cubs in Action (CIA) are collecting coats, blankets, and new socks for the homeless in Henrico County. Please send in donations with your student to be placed in their designated grade level boxes. The grade level with the most donations will receive a Hot Cocoa party! Thank you for supporting the CIA and helping others in our community!
Friday, December 7 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM
Parents Night Out, Cubs Night In!
Drop off your kids for a night of fun, just don't forget to pick them up:)
Cost is $15 per Student
- Drop off starts at 5:30pm - please arrive by 6pm so students can fully enjoy the event.
- Pick up starts at 8pm and ends no later than 8:30pm
- Late fee of $1/Min will apply if student is not picked up by 8:30pm
- Space is limited – registration due by December 4th
- Click HERE to register and pay online with a credit card - transaction fees apply
- This is a drop off event for CTES students ONLY
- Students should eat dinner at home - we’re only serving a light snack
- Pajamas welcome (no slippers though)!
- In case of inclement weather event may be rescheduled
- Print form to pay by check or cash - CubsNightInForm
GOOD TO KNOW:
7:50 a.m. – School doors open (Students may not be dropped off prior to this time as there is no adult supervision)
8:10 a.m. – Tardy bell rings
2:40 p.m. – Afternoon dismissal begins for *bus riders, daycare and **car riders.
(On Early Release Days, dismissal begins at 11:35 a.m.)
4:00 p.m. – Office hours end
*Bus assignments and schedules will be posted in the main hallway*
**You must display a “Yellow Car Rider Card” in your windshield**
***No transportation changes will be accepted over the phone, by fax or by e-mail. A note to school from home is required for ALL changes in dismissal***
CLICK THE BUTTONS BELOW FOR A NOTE TO SCHOOL FORM & THE CTES PARENT HANDBOOK.
Support your student by joining the PTA and donating directly to the CTES Cub Club Fund.
CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW FOR A PRINTABLE FORM
This application is required if you plan to chaperone a field trip and volunteer for any classroom, PTA, or school activities in the 2018-2019 school year. Parents must fill out a new form every school year. We recommend that you complete this application now and send it in with your student on the first day of school so your background check is done and approved prior to any event. Thank you for volunteering!
Thank you to our PLATINUM SPONSOR
Stemtree takes a unique approach to providing students in grades K-12 with one-on-one instruction in science, technology, and engineering. The community is invited to see our facility first-hand and to learn how Stemtree differs from traditional STEM centers. Click on the image to visit their website and learn more about what StemTree can offer your student!