Save the date! We’re excited to host a PTA Members meeting on
Tuesday, January 30th at 6:00pm
for all PTA Members who have paid their dues online. The meeting will be a general Q and A session and an open floor to bring ideas or discuss questions you might have as well as a review or our plans for the fitness trail.
We will be holding the meeting at the school, most likely in the gym.
There’s still time join! Visit Pay4SchoolStuffOnline and join PTA
Endhaven families and friends,
It’s the season for giving! If any of you are considering end of year giving and want to donate financially to our school now is the perfect time. We are coming to the end of 2017 and your donation is tax deductible! 100% of all donations go directly to Endhaven and our causes including the fitness trail, specials programming and teacher support.
Log into pay4schoolstuff.com and select capital campaign to make an online donation. Our Tax ID will be right there on the site for you.
Want to see what your dollar support? Check out this video! You’ll recognize a few faces for sure 😉
Please make a donation to our Capital Campaign today! Click the DONATE button above and Help us meet our $25,000 goal!"I think constantly as parents at this young age we are looking to try and figure out what our kids' light is going to be, right? Where are they going land in life? And we'll spend forever trying to do that. But every time we see them show and interest in a different Special we see a different side of their brain and the way that they are going learn and interact with their world and we get to celebrate that part of them". Every single Endhaven child goes to a different Specials class every day. Which is why this year, the Endhaven Elementary PTA is focused on raising funds for special curicculum including the clear up and new installation of fitness equpment to our outdoor trail and classroom space. Check out this video and see just why fundraising is so important. Together we can do this!
Posted by Endhaven Elementary PTA on Saturday, October 28, 2017
Thank you for investing in our students!
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