Fairmount Park Elementary PTA

Fairmount Park Elementary PTA's page for communication regarding PTA meetings, events, and volunteer opportunities.

[05/18/17]   FINAL PTA MEETING OF THE YEAR IS TONIGHT
Please join FPEPTA and other community members tonight at 6:30 in the school lunchroom for the final general membership meeting of the year. Complimentary K-5 Childcare will be provided in the school Gym. PTA members, your input and vote is needed for some important decision making for the 2017/18 school year so hope to see you there! We’ll address the following at the meeting:
• Reaffirm the FPEPTA Standing Rules
• Review and vote on the 2017/18 FPEPTA Operating Budget Proposal.
• Vote on 2017/18 FPEPTA Leadership Team Members

2016 Girls on the Run International Video - Born to Run

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Special Invitation for 2nd-4th grade girls:

When: Tuesday May 16th! 2:10-3:40pm

Where: Ms. Lamb’s room 221 at 2:10pm

What: Come join us for a Girls on the Run party with snacks, fun games and crafts. We’ll show you what Girls on the Run is all about and have a great time. Maybe it is something you’d like to be a part of next year!

Wear: Comfortable clothes and shoes

Pick up: 3:40pm in the main school foyer

R.S.V.P. to Ms. Lamb ljlamb@seattleschools.org
*A parent contact name and phone number must also be provided.

In 2016, Girls on the Run celebrated its 20th Birthday and is now in all 50 states and D.C. To learn more about Girls on the Run or find the council nearest ...

Happy Lunch Bunch

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Sign up for the Happy Lunch Bunch!

signupgenius.com Are you available to join Ms. Pendergrass in the lunchroom from 10:40 am-11:20 am (K-1 and 2-3 lunches)? Join the Happy Lunch Bunch!

Teacher Appreciation Week cards have been delivered to kids' boxes/folders and should come home soon.

Please check with your kids to make sure they bring them home and complete them over the next few days.

Kids should drop off completed cards at the cafeteria Monday morning, May 1st.

Teacher Appreciation Week

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New items and wish lists were just added to the Teacher Appreciation Week sign up and there are just a few drink and snack requests still available. Get 'em while they're hot. And thank you for signing up!!!

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Teacher Appreciation Week

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Sign ups are here for Teacher Appreciation Week! Let's make it great for our fabulous teachers.

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[04/19/17]   There are only FOUR DAYS left in this legislative session, and neither the Democrat or Republican plan amply funds basic education.

The levy cliff was extended because of pressure from citizens. That pressure is needed again NOW (and likely well into the summer). Please help THIS WEEK by completing one of these invoices:

http://paramountduty.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Close_Gap_Invoice_WPD-1.pdf

1. Please forward this to friends and family all over the state, particularly those in and around the Tri-Cities, Auburn, and Bellingham areas.
2. Download and complete the attached invoice.
(https://www.facebook.com/events/1859303797641147)
3. Take a picture of or scan your invoice and share *publicly* on social media with the hashtags on the invoice, and email a copy to your representatives
4. Join Hillary Shaw and Washington's Paramount Duty volunteers and board members in Olympia this Thursday to hand-deliver your and others' invoices
5. Mail the paper copy to Kristine Lytton, co-chair of the Ed Funding Task Force (Ann Rivers, the other co-chair, is known to toss mail from ed advocates)

You can find your legislators here: http://app.leg.wa.gov/districtfinder/

Please also send copies to Education Funding Task Force members:

Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver
403 John L. O’Brien Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7976
paul.harris@leg.wa.gov

Sen. Andy Billig, D-Spokane
412 Legislative Building
PO Box 40403
Olympia, WA 98504
(360)786-7604
Andy.Billig@leg.wa.gov

Sen. Dino Rossi, R-Sammamish
403 Legislative Building
PO Box 40445
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7672
Dino.Rossi@leg.wa.gov

Rep. Pat Sullivan, D-Covington
339A Legislative Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7858
Pat.Sullivan@leg.wa.gov

Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center
204 Irv Newhouse Building
PO Box 40418
Olympia, WA 98504
(360)786-7634
Ann.Rivers@leg.wa.gov

Rep. Kristine Lytton, D-Anacortes
368 John L. O’Brien Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7800
Kristine.Lytton@leg.wa.gov

Sen. Christine Rolfes, D-Bainbridge
233 John A. Cherberg Building
PO Box 40423
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7644
Christine.Rolfes@leg.wa.gov

Rep. David Taylor, R-Moxee
421 John L. O’Brien Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7874
David.Taylor@leg.wa.gov

CUT/PASTE TO EMAIL COMMITTEE:
paul.harris@leg.wa.gov, Kristine.Lytton@leg.wa.gov, Andy.Billig@leg.wa.gov, Pat.Sullivan@leg.wa.gov, Christine.Rolfes@leg.wa.gov, David.Taylor@leg.wa.gov, Dino.Rossi@leg.wa.gov. Ann.Rivers@leg.wa.gov

Spring 2017 - Enrichment Registration Form

Enrichment registration is live!
https://fpepta.wufoo.com/forms/spring-2017-enrichment-registration-form/

fpepta.wufoo.com Does your allergy require an EPI pen, an inhaler or any emergent medications? If so, please communicate directly with the instructor.

[03/27/17]   An exciting last-minute add to the Enrichment catalog:
Model Airplanes 101

Grades 4-5
Fridays 2:10p-3:40p
$125.00 (Includes materials)

Class Dates 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26, 6/2, 6/9

Have you ever wondered how airplanes are built? Would you like a better understanding of how they make strong, light structures that can fly? In this focused extension of the Engineering Challenge physical modeling class each student will work individually to build two classic balsa wood models that can either provide a detailed static display or can be covered in tissue to become a real flying model. The objective will be to gain understanding and experience with basic modeling, structural and aerodynamic principals.

Each student will take home their models at the end of the class in whatever final form their skill level will allow them to achieve. Previous modeling experience is desired but not necessary.

This class will work with cutting tools and other work methods that require significant dexterity and fine motor skills. Parent volunteers who have or can complete the volunteer paperwork prior to the first class could help expand the offering to more students. Any parent who wishes to volunteer will be granted free tuition for a student taking the class. Some modeling experience is helpful but not necessary to volunteer.

Instructor Mike Ronda is a Fairmount Park Elementary parent, Civil Engineer and Construction Project Manager with the City of Tukwila. He has previously co-taught Engineering Challenge and Rockets 101 at Fairmount Park. He has two 5th graders at FPE. His father and uncle were both master model builders and some of these skills were passed on to Mike. The objective of the class is to introduce to a new generation some of the excitement and satisfaction of building something with your own hands.

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THE SPRING '17 ENRICHMENT CATALOG IS HERE
click the link below to download a copy and plan for this year's final session. Registration opens Monday, 3/27 at noon, and ends Friday, 3/31 at 11:59.

Updated catalog 3/26: http://fpepta.digitalpto.com/files/2017/03/FINAL-SPRING-2017-Enrichment-Program-Catalog-UPDATED-0326.pdf

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