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REFLECTIONS SUBMISSION INFORMATION

Our deadline for turning in Reflections art pieces is just around the corner!  The Springfield  Council of PTA’s will be collecting Refections art pieces on  November 15th at the Creamery Art Center, 411 N. Sherman Pkwy. We will be there from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Please review how to  package your artwork and get signatures for all forms. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Aaron Mrad at 417-619-7533.

Can’t wait to see all the beautiful pieces that your students have created!

 

 

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Attention Treasurers:

Please use this form when submitting Council Dues or Donations to Springfield Council of PTAs. Please keep a copy for your records.

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Thank you 2016-17 SCPTA meeting hosts

SCPTA Meeting Hosts 2016-2017

September 7 Study

October 5 Jarrett MS

November 2 Wilson’s Creek 5-6

December 7 Fremont Elem

January NO MEETING!

February 1 Holland Elem

March 1 Sunshine Elem

April 5 Sequiota Elem

May 3 Roseanne Bentley Administrative Center, Room 150

 

Food will be available at 9 a.m. Meetings start at 9:15.

PTA Membership Dues Form

Please use this form when submitting monthly MO PTA membership dues.

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2016 Fall Calendar

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October

1 Clothing Bank Open, 9-11 a.m. All volunteers are welcome!

5 SCPTA General Meeting, 9:15 a.m., Jarrett MS, 840 S. Jefferson Ave. 65806, 417-523-6600.

6 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Parkview, Jarrett, Carver, Cowden, Sherwood, Holland, Sunshine, Delaware, Rountree, McGregor, Twain, Portland volunteers are needed!

13 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Kickapoo, Cherokee, Wilson’s Creek, Mann, Jeffries, Disney, Harrison, McBride, Gray volunteers are needed!

17 No school. (Teacher Work Day)

18 SCPTA Executive Meeting, 9:15 a.m., KAC Room B

19 First RIF Distribution, 9 a.m.-Noon, Old Sherwood E, Sunshine & Scenic.

20 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Central, Pipkin, Westport, Study, Campbell, Bissett, York, Weaver, Boyd, Weller volunteers are needed!

26 Council Newsletter Deadline

27 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Glendale, Pershing, Hickory Hills, Sequiota, Field, Wilder, Pittman, Bingham volunteers are needed!

November

1 Just a Reminder. One month away from Unit in Good Standing Deadline!

2 SCPTA General Meeting, 9:15 a.m., Wilson’s Creek Intermediate, 4035 W. Weaver Rd., Battlefield, MO, 417-423-7800.

3 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Hillcrest, Reed, Pleasant View, Robberson, Bowerman, Williams, Watkins, Fremont, Truman, Greenwood volunteers are needed!

5 Clothing Bank Open, 9-11 a.m. All volunteers are welcome!

7, 8 No school. (Teacher Work Days)

10 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Parkview, Jarrett, Carver, Cowden, Sherwood, Holland, Sunshine, Delaware, Rountree, McGregor, Twain, Portland volunteers are needed!

15 SCPTA Executive Meeting, 9:15 a.m., KAC Room B

Deadline for Reflections City Entries, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Creamery Arts Center, 411 N. Sherman Pkwy.

17 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Kickapoo, Cherokee, Wilson’s Creek, Mann, Jeffries, Disney, Harrison, McBride, Gray volunteers are needed!

23-25 No school. Thanksgiving Vacation

30 Council Newsletter Deadline

December

1 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Central, Pipkin, Westport, Study, Campbell, Bissett, York, Weaver, Boyd, Weller volunteers are needed!

Unit in Good Standing Deadline: fiscal year end report submitted, annual financial

review, 990 IRS form and council dues ALL DUE!

3 Clothing Bank Open, 9-11 a.m. All volunteers are welcome!

7 SCPTA General Meeting, 9:15 a.m., Fremont E, 2814 N. Fremont 65803, 417-523-1700.

8 Clothing Bank Open, 2:30-5 p.m. Glendale, Pershing, Hickory Hills, Sequiota, Field, Wilder, Pittman, Bingham volunteers are needed!

20 SCPTA Executive Meeting, 9:15 a.m., KAC Room B

22-31 No school. Winter Break

 

 

 

 

 

27 The New 2016-2017 PTAKit.org is Officially Live! Register Now!

http://mopta.org/news/the-new-2016-2017-ptakit-org-is-officially-live-register-now/PTAToolkit

Clothing Bank Schedule 2016-17

August: 4th and 11th- 9-11am and 2:30-5pm

*6th- 9-11am

18th and 25th- 2:30-5pm

September:  1,8, *10, 15,22,29

October:  *1,6,13,20,27

November:  3,*5, 10,17

December:  1,*3,8

January 2017:  12,19,26

February:  2,9,16,23

March:  2,9,23,30

April:  *1,6,13,20,27(last day)          *denotes Saturdays open from 9-11am

Thursdays open from 2:30-5pm but shoppers need to be there by 4:30.

This schedule is subject to change. Please like us on Facebook for updates. Facebook:  The PTA Clothing Bank

Volunteers are welcome 9-5 every Thursday we are open and 9-11 on Saturdays

Sign for REMIND and get the latest information from SCPTA

download (1)Be sure to sign up for REMIND so you receive important text reminders about SCPTA general membership meetings; Clothing Bank volunteer schedule; specific donation needs at the Clothing Bank; Reflections deadlines, etc.

It’s easy to sign up for this FREE service that many teachers and coaches already put to use. Just text @scptag to 81010. You will be asked to reply with your full name, then you’ll receive a text confirming that you are on the REMIND thread for SCPTA!

PTA Takes Action – November 2016

MISSOURI PTA LEGISLATIVE PLATFORM 2017

These legislative priorities are based on the issues that the Missouri PTA Legislative Department expects to target for the 2017 legislative session. As unexpected issues emerge, Missouri PTA will act in accordance with the resolution and position statements that have been approved by the membership. A complete list of resolutions and position statements are available on our website (www.mopta.org).

Missouri PTA supports:

  • Legislation that protects and calls for local control of schools.
  • Legislation to strengthen laws designed to protect minors from abuse and increase funding for programs and services aimed at the prevention of child abuse, neglect and maltreatment.
  • Legislation that supports increased access to mental health services for children.
  • Opposition to tax credits or tax deductions for tuition paid by a parent or sponsors for non-public elementary or secondary school children.
  • Enforcement of legislation requiring school districts to have policies that promote increased parental engagement in their children’s education.
  • Legislation that will maintain or generate local and state funding for public education.
  • Legislation that will safeguard the educational and personal records of students.
  • Legislation that would protect children and youth from being discriminated against based on race, religion or sexual orientation.

Missouri State PTA Office

2101 Burlington Street

Columbia, MO. 65202

800-328-7330

Officer Orientation

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Please join us for:

Officer Orientation
Monday, 8/1
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
KAC, Room B

More details to come!

Sign Up to Take Action!

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You won’t want to miss legislative alerts from National PTA or Missouri PTA.  Make sure you are up-to-date, informed and ready to take action by signing up at these links:

Missouri PTA:  http://mopta.org/jc-dc-take-action/

National PTA quick sign up:  http://www.pta.org/advocacy/takesaction.cfm?navItemNumber=3451

 

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