Yearbook Recognition Ads - Due Today / Due Friday 11/16 - Don't miss out!
School Guildelines for Submitting Yearbook ad:
1. The sale of ads in the school yearbook is a fundraiser to offset the cost of the yearbooks for families.
2. Las Palmas PTA reserves the right to edit ads per our guildelines (Fit in the available space for ad).
3. All submitted materials must be appropriate for school publication.
4. Las Palmas PTA retains the right to remove any explicit text, graphic photos, or copyright-protected imagery or photos.
5. All ads purchased must be submitted by November 16th to appear in the yearbook (No Exceptions).
BallPark Pizza ~ Meet & Eat
Location: PallPark Pizza in Talega
Menu and Directions: Click Here
Bring the flyer or show it on your phone before paying. Blaze pizza will donate 20% of proceeds from your meal back to Las Palmas.
Our Village is Strong:
Get to know your school community, Las Palmas Meet and Eat offers or families an opportunity to get together outside the hectic routine of drop-offs and pick-ups. This event is an arrangement with the restaurant to donate a percentage of eligible sales to Las Palmas PTA, which in turn helps support our AMAZING school.
How can I make sure a percentage of my bill is donated to the school?
Identify yourself as a participant in the fundraiser for Las Palmas Elementary School PTA. Sometimes, just saying so is enough, but often the flier you receive sent home with the kids, which is usually also linked to the website, is required.
Is Family Night Out limited to Las Palmas students?
No, anyone can participate. Make copies of the flier for friends, neighbors, grandparents, etc. Extras are available in the office, or you can send a digital one from the website www.HolaLasPalmas.org.
ELAC - English Learners Advisory Committee
ELAC (English Learners Advisory Committee) is a meeting place that parents can use as a platform to express their concerns and ideas to both the school and the district, to inform the decisions of the School Site Council.
Children benefit by ELAC as their parents' concerns are voiced to the School Site Council, resulting in an impact on decisions at both the school level and the district level. They will see the change in their parents, as the parents are empowered by the trainings they will receive, and as they develop the ability to speak out for their families.
ELAC offers workshops that cover broad areas, such as legal issues involved in working with English Language Learner students, training in reading and homework techniques that can immediately help their children and training in dealing with different family problems.
ELAC provides parents with a forum to express their thoughts and concerns about their children's education at the site and district level. Parents have more expertise about their children's education than they realize.
For more information: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/cr/elac.asp
Thanksgiving Recess - No School
Growth Mindset / What is it and how can I learn more?
Our Theme for the School Year: Keep Going, Keep Growing
Over the course of this school year, Principal Dr. Barrosa and her team of educators will be focusing on helping our students develop a growth mindset. “In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment,” writes Carol Dweck.
Treasure Chest - 11:15am to 1:15pm (Volunteer)
The Las Palmas Treasure Chest is a PTA-sponsored rewards program where 1st through 5th grade students can purchase reward tickets, small toys and enter raffles using the PIPER Tickets they have... more