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The evidence is in. When schools and families work together to support learning, everyone benefits: students do better in school and in life; parents become empowered; teacher morale improves; schools get better; and, communities grow stronger.

Parents, grandparents, educators and legislators, neighbors and community leaders: you are all essential members of the PTA family and provide a powerful and effective voice for all children. Our future leaders, innovators, citizens and soldiers are our children, and our children are given their best chance to succeed when we all work together. Join us and get involved with the largest volunteer child advocacy group in the country.

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REMINDER: SCHOOL SUPPLIES PAPER ORDERS DUE MAY 26

Reminder! Paper order forms for pre-packaged school supplies are due this Friday, May 26th! Order forms were sent home to parents in mid-April. You can also place an order online; the deadline for online orders is July 10th.

Click here to order school supplies online (Enter code: PAT010)

Purchasing the pre-packaged school supplies is the No Hassle, Easy Way! Save time and money. Avoid shopping hassles – no crowds, no traffic, no guesswork. School supplies come in a sealed box and include everything on the supply list for the year. School supplies are teacher approved and custom packed for each student. Pre-packaged school supplies will be available for pick-up in the cafeteria at the Meet the Teacher Open House.

Please contact our School Supplies Coordinator, Meggan Carcassi, with any questions.

REMINDER: ECO WEEK MAY 22-26

Patton EcoTeam Logo captureNext week, May 22-26 is Patton’s Eco Week. In the past few weeks, all grade levels have been studying a variety of sustainability topics, conducting citizen science and investigations, and exploring our campus’ ecosystem. Each grade level was assigned a sustainability theme:

  • PreK and Kindergarten: Healthy Living
  • First: Water
  • Second: Schoolyard Habitats
  • Third: TBD
  • Fourth: Consumption and Waste
  • Fifth: Energy

Eco Week will feature guest speakers and special events, and classes can tour the building to learn what each grade level learned about their theme.

Visit the Eco Team website