The PTA is selling Olympic Hills t-shirts and sweatshirts in all different sizes and colors. Download the form here and bring to school with payment. Purple with yellow writing! Gray with black writing! Every size! Find the perfect shirt to represent YOUR school spirit.
Thank you to those of you who joined us for the Pancake Breakfast on Saturday. We raised $1,438 for the PTA! A big thank you to the Lake City Lions Club for hosting and in particular to Chuck Dickey who organized it and the folks who cooked and served all of the delicious food. Thanks too to our wonderful teachers and volunteers who helped out on the day and to Bronwen Houck and Maggie Cheung for displaying student work from the after school Coloring and Art Clubs, and Michael Holland and the Olympic Hills Choir for their wonderful music and singing!
Join us this weekend for pancakes, eggs, and turkey sausage (GF pancakes available!) as we celebrate the end of a great year and raise money for the next. We’ll enjoy a performance from the school choir as well as check out what the after school photography, art, and color clubs have been up to!
This event is sponsored entirely by the Lake City Lions Club and all proceeds go to Olympic Hills. Tickets are $6 for adults, $4 for kids, or $20 for a family of two adults and two or more kids. Tickets are available at the door.
Bring your friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, even your soccer team for great food and fun!
Interviews are getting underway for the OH principal position this Saturday, March 18. The PTA Board would like to provide the hiring team with parent feedback about our interim principal, Stacy Crum. Please fill out this PARENTS ONLY principal evaluation survey by this Thursday evening, March 16.
Know a parent who doesn’t check FB and isn’t a member of the PTA? Direct them to this link!
Current and Future Jane Addams Middle School Families: Now is the Time to Nominate Next Year’s PTSA Leaders (2017-18)!
The Jane Addams Middle School (JAMS) PTSA invites families to join our board. Anyone can join the board, and the more diversity the better! Nominate yourself or a friend for one of the following key leadership positions.
- Vice President
- Legislative VP
Job descriptions are on our website.
There are also openings for other positions including Traffic & Transportation Chair(s), Volunteer Coordinator(s), Assistant Treasurer, Communications, Fundraising and PTSA Membership.
The Nominating Committee is seeking volunteers for all positions for next year’s leadership! Get involved! This is an amazing opportunity to work closely with Principal Montgomery and her amazing staff! Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions about ways to be part of the team! Thanks for your participation! NCJAMSPTSA@gmail.com.
We are still waiting on updates or community meeting dates for Cedar Park. In the meantime you can get up to speed with this district summary of the 12/15 “What Kind Of Option School Should We Be” meeting, with a link to the data collected. Most families prefer to open Cedar Park in 2017 with a defined focus.
As always, send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, January 27th from 8:40 to 9:40 a.m.
(All school assembly from 8:10-8:30, visitors are welcome to come watch)
Wednesday, February 8th from 8:10 to 9:10 a.m.
Thursday, February 16th from 8:10-9:10 a.m.
Evening Tour/English Language Learner Info Night:
Tuesday, January 31st from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
We welcome all families! No sign-up needed. Please arrive a few
minutes before the start time so you can check in and start learning
about this amazing place, as well as our new building opening this
fall! You are welcome to bring your child with you as long as you
can supervise him/her. We look forward to seeing you.
Olympic Hills Elementary
Olympic Hills’ status as a Top Puget Sound-area elementary school made it into the Puget Sound Business Journal.
“This list aims to identify schools that have found success with students from a variety of backgrounds. It’s easy to see how schools like Medina Elementary and Blackwell Elementary, both with fewer than 2 percent of students receiving free and reduced lunch, rank high on lists of top schools. These are students whose parents are actively involved in their education, who read to them every night, who help them with their homework.
It’s rare to see these schools mixed in with schools like Olympic Hills Elementary and Van Asselt Elementary, both in Seattle, where three-quarters or more of the students qualify for free or reduced lunch.”