Parent Teacher Association
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Wasatch Elementary PTA
May 4th, 2018
- Welcome – Introductions
- General Meeting
- Agenda Review
- Teacher Input
- Treasurer Report
- Lagoon Day Discount Ticket Give Away?
- Book Fair 5/14-5/18
- Teacher Appreciation Day & Week
- Field Day
- Host 6th Grade Graduation
- Yearbook Help Needed?
Wasatch PTA Minutes May 4th
We reviewed the treasurer report.
Christine will donate ice cream and Robyn will donate chocolates for teacher appreciation day.
Christine will donate ice cream and Robyn will donate 3 liters of Root beer for 6th grade graduation.
Lindsey and Angie are working on getting a new tug of war rope for field day on May 23rd from 1-3.
Mindy would like jump rope to be a part of field day and will provide them.
We will be having a Buy one Get one free book fair the week of May 7-May11. Sharlynn and Lindsey will coordinate volunteers.
Christine will get volunteers and popsicles for field day.
Christine will also work on an updated yearbook purchase link.
We talked about doing Lagoon Day on May 30th and give tickets first to parents who volunteer.
Wasatch Elementary PTA Meeting
September 7, 2018
Yearbook Funds and Sponsorship
School Board Update
Committee Sign Up
PTA Minutes 9/7/18
We voted on and ratified the Bylaws. Robyn Stark put forth the Bylaws seconded by Angie Curry.
Voted on and ratified the budget. Robyn Stark, first, Angie Curry, second.
We went over the budget, discussing each item line by line.
Mrs. Stokes will be our liaison for the teachers and will come to the PTA meetings while an aide is sent to her class.
We decided not to do a Halloween activity as a PTA, to focus on helping the teachers with their individual class parties.
Book Fair will be Oct. 9, 10, 11 during Parent Teacher Conferences. Those days will all be short days.
Lynette Wilkins is chairing the Reflections committee.
We are currently doing a chocolate fundraiser with half of the money raised going to the school and the other half going to the PTA. Our goal is $3000 to be used for school supplies and field trips.
We discussed creating a list of what the school will need if/when the bond passes and passing that along to the district.
Carnival: different than last year. We liked not having to do as much work, variety of bounce houses. Next year maybe add face painting, pie in the face, dunk tank, raffle, and tables to sit. Made $316 this year vs. $3500 previous years. We did receive free bounce houses for field day from this company for using them for our carnival. In the future, maybe field combined with a color run for the students will be our main fundraiser.
We currently have $1200 in scholastic cash to spend. We will take the cash from the book fairs this year instead.
We want to emphasis spirt week and open t-shirts sales again. Some people couldn’t order them.
We will be doing Christmas store this year, but on our own. PTA parents are encouraged to donate items for students to purchase for their families.
Some students previous year yearbooks were missing pages. Lindsey will contact the company to discuss this as well as reconcile our account from previous year.
Discussed creating a phone tree for parents to help with indoor recess on stormy days so teachers can still get a lunch break.
Those in attendance:
Sue Ann Burton
Oran Flowers, Lindsey Ketcham
PTA Minutes Oct. 2018
The Bylaws were completed and turned in this week.
Our current bank balance is $3,889.64. We reviewed the budget.
Our chocolate fundraiser brought in $12,000 with over $5,507 in profit.
We had between 20-25 entries for reflections. Reflections assembly will be Oct. 30th at 2:30 pm.
Book Fair was the week of Oct 8-12.
Teacher dinner was provided by the PTA. It was Brixton’s Baked Potato and desserts were brought in. Teacher feedback was positive.
Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 22-26. “Your Life is a Journey, Travel Drug Free”
Monday: Red Bracelets treat for wearing red “Dare to be Drug Free”
Tuesday: Crazy hair day “Crazy to do Drugs”
Wednesday: “Dream Bright” pajama day
Thursday: hat and crazy sock day
Friday: wear purple, assembly 1 pm
Sue Ann Burton
PTA Minutes Dec 2018
Book Fair netted $1600 gross with $865 cash
Food Drive will end Dec. 12th with pick up on Dec 13th, food will go to Catholic Community Services
Christmas sing-a-long will be December 18th and 9 am
For the Christmas Store we need volunteers and more items
Sharlynn Jones will create a volunteer sign up sheet on Signup Genuis
2 hour shifts, 10:3-3:20
Robyn will buy more bags and purchase from Oriental Trading for Dad items
Everyone will look for items, especially for Dads, men
Volunteer needed to pick up donuts for the 2nd place winners of the food drive contest
Wildcat store will be January 25th
Start to organize a color run committee, event on May 23rd, $10 per child
We need to generate ideas for new board members for next year
Wasatch Elementary PTA Meeting
January 4th, 2018
New PTA positions: VP, Treasurer, Membership
Color Run/Field Day Committee
PTA Minutes Jan 2019
Book Fair brought in $600 profit
Christmas store $1500 gross, $800 profit.
Next year we need to stock the store better. Maybe allow the 5th and 6th graders to go first, buy less product in more quantity, don’t buy weapons, more gifts for guys-golf balls
Yearbooks: We have 76 prepaid, we usually sell around 200, need to make sure all the 6th graders get one next year, by allowing them to work for it with Mr. Rick, do another social media, calling push get more to purchase
We collected 12,025 lbs. of food for the food drive. Great activity will do this again next year
We talked about how the teachers are switching to a self-funded insurance.
Wildcat Club: The first store will be January 25th, they may buy items with “bucks” earned by wearing school colors on Fridays, items needed for donation; soda, squishes, chips, candy, food
Alisa Hunter volunteered to by the Secretary next year.
Robyn Stark volunteered to be the Vice President.
We still need volunteers for other positions
The Color Run Committee will hold their first planning meeting on January 18th at 10:30 am. All are invited. This will be a fundraiser and part of the Field Day we hold at the end of the year. Scheduled for May 22
Sue Ann Burton