What will you bid on at Spring Fling Silent Auction? Check out a family pack of tickets (4) to Fluid Movement's summer water ballet extravaganza Sharkespeare: Sonnets and Swim Suit, Prose and Pools, Glory and Glitter. This summer Fluid Movement will be taking over the Globe Theater Water Park and Renaissance Festival to do 4 classic plays as water ballet, but with teeth!
OPPORTUNITY FOR LITTLE SWIMMERS
Minnows wanted: Swimmers aged 9-13 are invited to swim in a scene starring just kids. No previous synchronized swimming experience is necessary. Contact Sharkespeare producer Justin Sabe at email@example.com for more info.
Fluid Movement is a Baltimore-based performance art group that juxtaposes complex subject matter with delightful and unexpected mediums. We create art that is accessible, and often educational, for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Our performances are created for urban spaces, in Baltimore and beyond. We encourage a sincere understanding and appreciation for city life and city dwellers through our work!
Spring Fling is our school's biggest event of the year. It's a day of family fun with games, food, face painting, music, bounce houses and crafts. It's also our biggest annual fundraiser. Last year we raised $8,500 for our school that went towards air conditioners, arts enrichment and classroom technology.
BUT, we barely pulled it off! We really need more parent volunteers for this year’s event. We're asking for 2 hours of your time so our school community can have a fantastic day and raise money too!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 29th from 10:00 to 3:00! Please sign up below for the time(s) you are available and what part of the event you'd like to volunteer for.
Spring Fling Volunteers Needed
Hey Parents! The Book Fair will be open after school from 2:30-3:00PM on Thursday and NEW! extended to Monday! It will also be open Thursday evening from 5PM - 6PM! The school receives Book Fair money to build our class sets of books, supplement the 100 Book Challenge book supply and it also provides every student with a book on their birthday each year!
We are also still looking to fill a few shifts with parent helpers! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0c44a9a62da6f58-spring1
Look for the Book Fair in Room 8 in the Blue Building - a special location in order to keep the library open for the week!
Do we need a reason? It's a Spirit Day! Show some School Spirit and Wear your favorite hat to school on Friday!
Medfield Heights Budget Meeting (2nd/Final meeting)
Mon, March 13th, 5:00-6:00 in the Library
Join us Monday, March 15th for the 2nd and final Community Budget Forum in the school library. Ms. Kilcoyne welcomes parent input on continued conversation regarding budget priorities in light of budget cuts for next year.
The Spring 2017 Scholastic Book Fair will take place on this Monday, March 13 through Thursday, March 16. Parents can send their kids to school with cash in an envelope or ziploc bag to buy books from the amazing new selection. Don't forget to include a little extra for sales tax!
We're still looking for some volunteers to help kids select the perfect book and assist with checkout at the register. We could also use some help setting up the library on Friday, March 10. If you have some time, would you please sign up below? Thanks for your continued support - you will have our NEVER-ENDING THANKS!
Volunteer for the Book Fair:
Thank you to our growing list of donors and neighborhood partners for our list of amazing auction items! Online pre-bidding begins April 23rd!
Join fellow parents, teachers, partners, and advocates on March 4 at 10AM! Organizations across the city are deeply concerned about the $130M budget gap facing City Schools. Until we fix the gap with city and state investment, Baltimoreans will be organizing to make our voices heard.
March for School Funding
Saturday, March 4th at 10:00 am
Rash Field at the Inner Harbor
More details: http://www.baltimorefamilies.org/events.html
Dear Parents, Business Neighbors and Friends! There are so many ways to support our school and our kids! If you were thinking of making a monetary donation directly to the Medfield Heights Elementary PTO - there is now an easy way to do so online!
The Medfield Heights Elementary School PTO has 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization status as a program under the fiscal sponsorship of Strong City Baltimore. Your donation is fully tax-deductible and you will receive a receipt for tax purposes. This link will take you through Strong City's website for the donation and you will receive confirmation at the end that it's designated for the MHES PTO.
Thank you for your support of Medfield Heights Elementary!
Who We Are
The MHES PTO is comprised of dedicated parents and friends that support the school's programming and fundraising efforts - bring your talents, tools and ideas - join us this year!