Innisbrook Gift Wrap
August 29-September 15
Our goal is $15,000 and up to 50% will go back to the PTC to support our schools. ALL students benefit! Prizes will be awarded to the top sellers. Ask family and neighbors - and don't forget to email friends and neighbors who live far away!
Visit Innisbrook Online Store
Ice Cream Social
Tues, 9/16, 5pm-7pm
Mark your calendars! This Tuesday is the Ice Cream Social, a beloved annual event. Bring your family and a picnic dinner and enjoy ice cream provided by the PTC.
Director of Volunteers - This is an Executive Board Position
Spirit Wear Sales at Ice Cream Social
Picture Day at MM - Tuesday, September 23 (8:45am-12:00pm) 3 volunteers needed
Picture Day at AW - Wednesday, September 24 (8:00am-3:00pm)
Contact Louise Dechovitz firstname.lastname@example.org
September 17 7:00pm
Come to the first PTC meeting of the school year, held in Avoca West's ITC. Meet the new member of the executive committee and learn what is planned for the year. This is a great forum for any questions and/or ideas! Click here for the agenda.
Avoca West Different Learners
Sunday, September 21 3:30pm
If you have a child with learning differences or special needs, please consider joining this new parent/child social and support group. First meeting is for parents only. Contact Louise Dechovitz email@example.com or Helen Lucaitis HHL@corboydemetrio.com with questions.
Friday, September 19 7:00pm
FAN's community presentations this year begin with Jennifer Senior, author of"All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood." at New Trier H.S., Northfield Campus, Cornog Auditorium at 7p.m. Free and open to the public. For more details, go to: www.familyactionnetwork.net
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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