Stock up on your school supplies without grazing the aisles. Order all of your child’s supplies from the comfort of your couch with School Tool Box.
Please consider supporting this worthwhile cause to help keep local individuals and families warm this winter! Please note that TRES parent, Erica Haycock, will accept your new twin blankets and white twin sheet sheet donations!
Below please find a copy of the draft TRES PTA Meeting Minutes from the General Membership Meeting held on October 11th, 2017. The Board will vote to approve the minutes at the next General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, November 8th. Please contact Jennifer Kennedy at [email protected] if you have any questions or edits.
The deadline for submitting talent show applications has been extended to next Wednesday, November 1st. Don’t miss out!
The TRES PTA is holding its 2nd Annual Talent Show on the evening of Friday December 8, 2017! All current TRES students are welcome to participate. We’re looking for singers, dancers, actors, comedians, magicians—or any talent your child may choose to share with our school. (Sorry, no lip synching). Please complete the entire application and return it to school. Applications must be filled out completely and signed by a parent or it will be returned. Each student must complete an application, even if performing in a group.
All applications due Wednesday, November 1, 2017! Slots are filling up fast, so don’t wait!
We can’t wait to see all of our talented TRES students!
The TRES Box Tops Race for October ends next Friday, October 27th! You can simply put all of your Box Tops into a baggy and send them in with your child. Please remember to include your child’s name and classroom teacher so his or her classroom receives credit towards a prize! We’ll take care of the rest! Thank you to everyone who is participating!
Well – we tried to start yesterday, but the fields were too soggy, so we’ll try again next week!
Kindergarten, first and second graders participate in Walking Wednesdays for six weeks in the fall and six weeks in the spring during their recess period. The kids run or walk laps around the field behind the school.
The volunteers each get a spreadsheet with all of the names of the students in a particular teacher’s class. Each time a child completes a lap they tell you their name and you mark the spreadsheet. Each time they complete 12 laps throughout the season they get to chose a prize. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up via this Sign Up Genius: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0e4ba4aa2aa13-tres.
If dates you wanted are already full, you are always welcome to go and walk laps with your child!
The Infant and Toddler Program (ITP) centered at TRES is a vital resource for families with young children right here in our community. Infants and toddlers with special needs and their loved ones are visited “in home and community” by their interventionist to build capacity in their role as their child’s best advocate and first teacher. The program also partners with families as they seek the resources they need for their child to flourish in the early years and be ready for school. ITP serves thirteen elementary schools in Howard County. TRES PTA is pleased to partner with the TRES PPW to develop this drive.
To benefit the Infant and Toddler Program Centered at TRES, we will be accepting items Oct 2nd through Oct 6th, and during the night of the rally.
Please contact Contact Mandy Campbell at [email protected] if you have any questions.
Attention Future Cheerleaders!
🎉🏈CHEER WITH THE 💙HAWKS💛 AT HOMECOMING! 🏈🎉
The River Hill HS Cheerleading Program will host their annual Cheer Clinics on Tuesday 9/26, Saturday 9/30, and Tuesday 10/03 in the RHHS Cafeteria. Participants will receive a Free Hawks Cheer tshirt, Think Pink Bow, and get to cheer the 1st Quarter of the Homecoming Football Game against the Mt. Hebron Vikings 🏈🎀 Grab some friends and Register today!
Come out to see River Hill High School’s upcoming production of “Arsenic and Old Lace” on Saturday, October 21 and Sunday, October 22. This play is a hilarious farcical story about two eccentric old ladies who make their own murderous concoction of homemade elderberry wine to “help” lonely old folks.
Any further questions about the play? Please contact RHHS Theatre Director, Pam Land at [email protected] or 410-313-7120.