If you want to save yourself the hassle of shopping for school supplies, you can click on the link below and place your order for 6th, 7th or 8th grade school supplies! The kits will be sent directly to your home – super easy.
Thanks to everyone who is making a donation to the party. You rock! We have covered just about everything.
We could still use some help setting up on Wednesday, June 1, from 6 to 9 p.m., and Thursday morning, from 10 a.m. to noon. If you are available, contact Mary Jurgens, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, don’t forget: the required permission slip for graduates to attend the party are due Monday, May 23rd.
Volunteers needed to distribute popsicles to the kids at the conclusion of the awards assembly, May 26th. If you can help please sign up below and meet in the Hauser Cafeteria at 2:00pm. If possible bring scissors from home to cut popsicle wrapper tops. The time commitment should be no longer than 15-30min.
We have two committees that are one day commitments. The Audit committee checks through our financial books from the 2015-2016 school year and will meet for a couple of hours in early July.
The Budget Planning committee takes a look at the budget from the past couple of years to create a budget for the upcoming year. This meeting is also held in July and is usually completed in one session.
Please email Carol Barlow if you’re interested.
Please join us for our final PTO meeting of the year on Wednesday, May 18th at 7pm in the Hauser Library. PTO will honor teacher Lynn Janik for her Fulbright Award, welcome new board members, vote on PTO philanthropy gifts for the year and also vote on the proposed changes to the bylaws. Our full agenda is attached.
Thank you to all of the families who participated in the Box Tops and Campbell’s Labels for Education programs. We earned $557 towards PTO funds for this school year!
Moving forward, we will only be participating in the Box Tops program. Please continue to save Box Tops throughout the summer months.
How about IMPROV? Join camp counselor (and Hauser Graduate) Jacob Palka this summer for a month-long camp where kids will learn and perfect the basic skills of improvisation. Campers will rehearse performance improv games styled after those performed on the hit television show Whose Line is it Anyway? Campers will create and rehearse their own original sketches in preparation of a camp end improv and sketch comedy performance for an audience of friends, family and the community.
Grades 6 – 10
June 8 – July 7 Tues., Wed., Thurs. 12 – 2 pm
Friday, July 8 @ 7pm
Riverside Town Hall
Questions? Call (708)-205-8237 Sign up online at www.facebook.com/ShenanigansSummer