WSPTA FOCUS DAY 2015—Rally in Olympia!
Monday, January 19, 2015 – MLK Day no school
Focus Day is Monday, January 19, 2015 and provides members of Washington State PTA, the largest child advocacy organization in Washington State, the opportunity to Stand Up, Speak Up and Show Up because your voice matters for the 1.58 million children of Washington State. Please plan to join us in Olympia on Focus Day to meet with your legislators to tell them why our Top 5 and supported issues are important for your child, the children in your community, and all children across our state. Together we can make a difference for all children.
Whether or not you’re able to attend Focus Day, we encourage you to also complete this short survey to make a postcard that will be hand-delivered to your legislators, letting them know that fully funding education is top priority: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FocusDay2015. (As a part of the survey you will be prompted to pick your legislative district. Madison is in the 34th District with Senator Nelson, Representative Cody, and Representative Fitzgibbon.) At the end of the survey, you’ll be asked to indicate whether you’re planning to attend Focus Day.
If you are interested in carpooling or riding a bus from West Seattle (if available), please fill out this form by January 9th.
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This site is your resource for PTSA events and activities, staying informed regarding legislative issues, and learning about volunteer and fundraising opportunities.
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1. Visit the school’s website by clicking here.
2. Sign up for the school and PTSA newsletter for weekly information regarding
school activities, the PTSA meeting schedule/meeting minutes/activity
updates, fundraising efforts, volunteer opportunities, etc. Add your email to the field on the right side of this page and click submit. You may unsubscribe at any time.
3. Check student progress on The Source. (The Source will not be available during the summer of 2014 due to a systems upgrade. The Source will be open to families again on September 3.)
4. Receive notification every time a student’s teacher posts an assignment or
message by following these instructions:
• Go directly to the school website and log in as usual in the upper right corner
• After logging in, you will see a set of tools on the left. Click My Account, then
click Personal Settings.
• Your Personal Settings screen will appear. Click the Notifications tab.
• Click Change Messaging Options, and click Receive an email for each message.