What does the A.L. Lotts PTA Do?

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The PTA at A.L. Lotts Elementary was formed in 1993, the year in which the school opened. At the present time, our PTA has over 20 active Committees. These Committees are responsible for over 40 programs and activities around our school. When you support our PTA you are helping to provide your children and our school with the following:

Programs/Services Provided:
Coordinate with teachers for classroom volunteers
Help the school by passing along important information to families
Help enlist volunteers for Picture Days
Help provide volunteers for Veteran’s Day Program
Coordinate Spirit Nights in our community
Provide Spiritwear to school and families
Food bags for families in our school
Thanksgiving baskets for families in our school
Provided 5 teacher/staff luncheons throughout the year
6 Programs including: Art Gallery, Book Fair/Math Night, Student Awards Night, Pancake Breakfast, Science Fair, What to Expect for Next Year
Kindergarten Coffee and Kleenex
Kindergarten Playdate
Respect Day
Coordinate effort to reduce paper usage
Coordinate a clean up day in the spring
Coordinate efforts for the Jason Jablonski Peanut Butter Drive
Coordinate and train clinic volunteers
Coordinate Teacher Appreciation Week
Coordinate Library volunteers
Coordinate School Incentives (Boxtops/Tyson)
Reflections/Safety/Citizenship Student Contests
Recognition Awards for Volunteers and Teachers
Fall Book Fair
Science Fair
Fall Festival
PAWS (After-School Enrichment Program)
Art Masters (Art Enrichment Program)
Science Masters (Science Enrichment Program)

Purchases For School/PTA Sponsored Programs Include:
Mulch for all the school playgrounds and flower beds
Landscaping for school (trimming of trees, weeding)
Training for Clinic Volunteers
AED Trainer for School
Training for CPR/AED
Clinic supplies
Library books
Wagon for Laura Ingalls Wilder Day
Science materials for Science Masters program
Art materials for Art Masters program
Items requested by teachers and staff that are Gifted to the School including:
– Four classroom projectors
– Donation to school of $9,000 for 12 Chromebooks, printer, and 4-5 laptops
– 11-12 Chromebooks for third grade classrooms
– Six iPads and cases for classroom teachers
– Two iPads and cases for Guidance
– Bookflix Subscription
– Scholastic News Weekly Reader subscription for first grade classrooms
– Airserver subscription
– Scholastic Storyworks reading magazine subscription for fourth grade classrooms
– High and Low Books for Library (331 books)
– ActiveExpression Remotes for 5th grade classrooms
– Area rug for music classroom
– Set of Maple Building Blocks for art classroom
– Classroom supplies