October 25th, Grade level Halloween parties.
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Room Parent Guidelines
Thank you for being a room parent! Room parents are important in building networks between parents by communicating with their class groups about PTA activities, helping the PTA to welcome new parents and their families to the school community and helping their transition. In their class groups, room parents can also help bring teachers and parents together by keeping everyone informed and up to date about PTA activities. This short note sets out what has worked well for room parents in previous years so it should help you. If you have ideas about other ways to help, please contact me so we can discuss and share with other room parents. Click here for the full guidelines.
PTA General Information
Who we are?
Your Parent Teacher Association (PTA) comprises parents and teachers of the AISZ. All the parents of every student in the school is automatically a member.
What we do?
We aim to bring the school community together, promoting the values of the school, and supporting parents. We also like to have FUN and so a big part of what we do is organising events and activities with just that in mind. Some of the bigger ones are the welcome picnic at the start of the school year and the Spring Dance.
How can you help?
The PTA has an executive committee (see below) who seek to lead the organisation but we rely on volunteers to contribute whatever they can whenever they can to make sure we get things done. With that in mind, we'd encourage you to get involved. Drop us an email or better yet, come up and talk to us whenever you see us. You'll get more out of it than you put in, we can assure you!
|Vice President||Rebecca Brady|
|Communications Officer||Dineke de Ruijter - Eldering|
|Room Parents' Coordinator||Lenka Kasickova|
|BearWare Team Officer||Tamara Bryce|
|Parent Representatives on the School Board||Seamus Hempenstall and Ellen Fihlmann|
|Teacher Representatives||Jesse Douma and Jennifer Mitchell|