Please join us and bring your kids. We will have childcare. Our agenda is posted here: https://fourcornerspto.org/get-involved/meetings/
What: PTO meeting
When 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Where: Four Corners library
I hope you had a great first week of school or first week back!
Believe it or not, our first PTO meeting will be next week on the Tuesday we return from the long weekend from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. in the school library. Our agenda will be to review the budget for the year and to dive into beginning of the year business including planning our Fall Bulbs fundraiser.
We hope to see you there! We will be providing childcare.
The meeting schedule for the year is here: Meetings. I hope to post an official agenda this weekend.
Please see the instructions below.
OUR SCHOOL: Four Corners Elementary School
OUR ID#: 05126
For assistance call 1-877-366-2668 option #1
**If you have grandparents who clip boxtops for us, please consider helping them to get the app on their phone next time you see them
Notes from last Wednesday’s PTO meeting are posted here: Meetings. Thank you to those of you who could give an hour of your day to join us!
We held our elections and we have 3 new PTO members for next year! (We lost two and gained three.) Here’s to a great year next year! A huge thank you to all who participated this year!
Please join us in the Four Corners library from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday 6/5/19. This last meeting of the year!
We’ll be discussing plans for the rest of this year and we’re starting to think about next year. If you are considering participating next year, it’s a great time to come to a meeting, check out who we are and what we do!
We have two positions open for next year with currently nobody running in them, so please let us know if you have interest. We do our best to make it work with busy schedules.
Our agenda is posted here: Meetings
If you can’t make it, feel free to contact us ahead of time and let us know your thoughts so that we can represent you at the meeting.
Some of us from the Four Corners (and larger Greenfield) community gathered last week to begin a discussion about raising our children to be race-conscious. We spent some time getting to know each other, and talking about what brought us there followed by an open discussion around race issues within our community, race issues our kids are facing, and how we can best support our kids and community.
Many folks signed up to have a continuing conversation, and we are working on scheduling a first follow-up for the end of May (including snacks, and hopefully childcare again).
In the meantime, Eve and Lamar shared a page of links to resources that they recommend as reading on this topic. This was handed out at the gathering, and I am sharing again here for those of you who are interested but could not make it out.
Thank you to those of you who could make it out to add to our multi-faceted and vibrant discussion. And thank you to those of you who could not make it, but who can follow along with reading and online discussions. You are all making a difference!