AW Book Fair
One of the students' favorite events will be here next week! Hundreds of popular titles will be available!
Students will preview the books on Monday. If you wish for your child to purchase a book(s) - please send cash or a check made out to Anderson's Bookfair Company and they will be able to purchase any time Monday-Thursday.
See this week's blast for more info!
October 20 & 21 8am - 3pm
October 22 & 23 8am - 7pm
Box Tops Deadline
Clip, save and turn in those box tops to earn money for our schools!
Questions? Email the PTC
Annual Bernie's Book Bank Book Drive
Make room for your new books from Book Fair by donating your gently used ones! Bins will be in the front hallway for collection.
Learn more about the amazing progress Bernie's Book Bank is making by clicking below...
FAMILY ACTION NETWORK(FAN)-Oct. 23rd
FAN presents Andrew Solomon, Ph.D
Depression,Too, is a Thing with Feathers
Author, "The Noonday Demons: An Atlas of Depresssion"and "Far From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity"
Thursday, Oct, 23rd at 7pm, New Trier High School/Winnetka, Gaffney Auditorium
Friday, November 7
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the Avoca District annual Movie Night! We need many volunteers to help with Movie Night. Click here if you are interested.
Doors Open: 6:15pm
Movie Starts: 6:45pm
Location - Avoca West south gym
More details to come…
The Following Events Need Chairpeople:
- Girls' Night and Boy's Night Co-Chair
- Spirit Wear Co-chair
- Art Smart co-chair
Please contact Matt Coatar at email@example.com.
PTC Mission Statement
Avoca District 37 Parent Teacher Council (PTC) is a membership of parents, teachers and staff who are dedicated to fostering the educational, social and overall well-being of each student at Avoca Community Preschool, Avoca West School and Marie Murphy School. We serve these students by promoting a closer working relationship among district families, the school and the community at large.
The purpose of the PTC is to:
- Offer a forum for ideas, concerns and information
- Promote parent involvement
- Provide assistance to teachers through volunteerism
- Assist administration in communicating school information
- Sponsor social and educational events for students, families and the community
- Fund special school programs through a variety of fund-raising events throughout the school year.
*Annual membership dues are $20 per family and help fund programs for students.
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