How the PTA Works

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What makes Meadow Heights so special is the support our community receives from the many active families at our school. Through participation and volunteerism, the PTA successfully fulfills its mission year after year; and we are able to continuously and consistently offer activities, events and programs that benefit both Meadow Heights students and their families.
Participation takes many forms:
  • talking to your kids about their school day
  • coming to the Back-to-School Coffee on the first day of school
  • attending monthly PTA meetings
  • cheering for the kids during Stampede,
  • or even donating your time or resources to support our activities and fundraising efforts.
Your participation with the PTA doesn’t take much. It’s as simple as asking your kids what they did in Library/Art/Music or what they learned from Joseph, our Soul Shoppe Life Skills Coach, during one of his visits. As for your kids, whether they know it or not, during the school year they participate at least once a day in a PTA-sponsored program.
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Volunteering with the PTA is another way to get even more involved. We always appreciate help from the community with the many different social activities, enrichment programs, community-support activities and fundraising events that the PTA does. You choose how you want to volunteer.You can decide to chair a committee, to be in the classroom, to help on one of the PTA’s committees; or you can even help out with tasks that can be performed from home. 
We love seeing families and students happily involved with school. It’s how we know that the PTA is working and that we’re succeeding in enriching the experiences of our kids at school. 
With so many activities, events and programs at Meadow Heights, there is a place for everyone to contribute. Visit our Volunteer page to learn more.