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DateEventDescription
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August First Day of SchoolHelp greet parents on the first day of school and help newer parents who may not know their way around the Castle
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September
Grandparents DayA chance for a grandparent or another relative to come enjoy lunch at school. Be sure to check lunch schedule for your grade.
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September
One and Done Campaign
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On-goingPTA General Meetings
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OctoberArts in Education / ReflectionsReflections is a National PTA sponsored arts recognition program that encourages artistic expression. Participants will receive a certificate and ribbon at the Cultural and World of Art PTA Meeting in January and a Dragon Awards pin at the end of the year. Students are challenged to use their imagination to create a film, song, artwork, photograph, poem, short story or dance routine. Students can enter as many times as they would like in as many categories as they would like. Parent volunteers will be needed in the Spring to help with the Reflections art display for the PTA Art Night meeting
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SpringCultural NightWe need parents and kids to represent their country of origin and host a table featuring artifacts and food. We will also need people to help promote the event, set-up, and clean-up. Cultural Night is scheduled for January
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SpringFamily Science NightHelp with a great evening of STEAM-related activities. Science Night will be hosted in Spring 2018.
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MarchInternational Day of HappinessI need people to be part of my planning committee for INTERNATIONAL DAY OF HAPPINESS and even more to participate the day of the event! It would be awesome to have a couple people who are computer savvy and a photographer. International Day of Happiness will be Friday March 23rd with planning before then and programs every day the week of leading up to the actual event.
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MarchBook FairWe will need volunteers to set-up and take down the Fair as well as work registers both during the day and one evening. The 2018 Book Fair is scheduled for March 2018.
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On-going5th Grade EventsWant to be a part of all the fun activities for those about to move to Middle School? This is the place for you. Sign-up and someone from 5th Grade Events will contact you.-
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MayDragon AwardsA program recognizing our students’ achievements. It encourages students to strive for excellence by motivating them to be involved in extra‐curricular activities. This program allows EVERY student to earn at least (1) recognition pin. Throughout the school year your student will have an opportunity to participate in a variety of offerings, depending on their grade level. Students who successfully fulfill the requirements of each program will receive recognition for their participation. At the end of the school year all of our students and parents are invited to attend a grade‐level assembly. At this assembly, pins are given to the students in recognition of their achievements throughout the year. Students are encouraged to collect their pins to display on special recognition days.
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Curriculum Nights
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Walk/Bike to School Day
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Parent Ed Nights
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Book Study with Principal Taylor
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OctoberCandy Lane Carnival
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Early Release Days
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Field Day
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Art SupportVolunteer to help with changing out the art hanging throughout the school and other art-related opportunities.
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Breanna's Buddies
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Castle Hills Courier
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College/Career Day
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Cyber Tuesday
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Destination Imagination
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Faculty AppreciationVolunteers are needed throughout the year to help with Faculty Appreciation - assembling favors, set-up luncheons, clean-up, etc. Tasks may be during school or in the evening hours.
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Fastt Math
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GE Life Skills
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Great Expecations
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Kingdom Tales
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Library Page
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Library SupportLove books? Assist in the school library. You will be contacted by the Library Support Coordinator to schedule a time.
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News Crew
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PTA Directory
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Reading CountsReading Counts is a computer-based program offered by Scholastic to encourage and promote reading.
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Running Club
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Safety Patrol
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Snapping Dragons
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Special EventsMultiple opportunities for the Candy Lane Carnival and Spring Family Event including Décor, Games Coordinator, Food & Drink, Volunteer coordinator, Cake Walk, etc.
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Spirit Knights
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Spirit WearAssist with sorting and distributing products when they arrive.
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Student Council
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WATCH D.O.G.S.WATCH D.O.G.S. is a one-of-a-kind school-based, father involvement program that works to support education and safety. You will be contacted with more information about the program and how to volunteer for dates.
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