Success! Thank you to all the families who attending the September PTO Fundraiser at Sweetside Cafe
Reminder! Early Release Day on October 3rd - Medfield Heights Elementary dismisses at 11:25AM
All Baltimore City Schools will dismiss three hours early seven days this school year - the first is October 3rd. Staff will have professional development during these early release days. If you would like to send your child to the school's ALU After School Care on early release days until 2:30PM, it will cost 30 per day.
Low Cost Family Activities in and around Baltimore! A great resource made by Medfield Parents!
Thanks to Medfield Heights Elementary school parent, Melissa Schober, we are pleased to share this amazing list of low cost family activities offered throughout the year. Check it out! This list includes dates, costs, locations and links to speicific event webpages or for more information! We hope this list will help you plan fun and special outings in and around Baltimore with friends and family - that won't break your budget!
This Thursday! Welcome ALL to the first PTO Meeting of the 2018 - 2019 School Year - September 20th, 6PM - 7:30PM
Hello New and Returning Parents, Families and Friends! We hope you will consider joining PTO this year!
PTO meetings are held monthly in the library and are a great way to stay informed of school activities, share your ideas and talents and meet other parents and teachers! Kids are always welcome. Visit medfieldheightspto.com for more information on our programs and events. Bring your talents, tools and ideas and make a difference - join us this year! Click here for a list of meetings this Fall!
What does PTO do?
Last year, our amazing PTO with generous contributions from parents, grandparents and partners like YOU, raised $16,037.00 for our school through monthly fundraisers at local restaurants, Square One Art, concessions for sale at spirit nights like Math Night and Literacy Night, and two major events! Funds help MHES purchase classroom and arts supplies, bulk orders of copy and colored paper, and last year, we bought new snow removal supplies, indoor recess games, and contributed to the end-of-year parties for each grade.
PTO also organizes a book fair and a community drive to support families during the holiday season, and through volunteer parent grant writing, we are thrilled to bring several Young Audiences assemblies to school each year. Previous assemblies include professional companies like Washington DC's premier physical theater Synthetic Theatre and the resident dance company Dance China NEW YORK.
Last but not least - PTO produces two very popular and highly anticipated events each year bringing kids and the community together: the Snowflake Dance in December and Spring Fling! There is a way for everyone to pitch in to support PTO. And we can't do this without your help.
How can I help? Even if I can't attend a meeting?
Take the family to dinner for one or more restaurant fundraisers, read the PTO Weekly newsletter and sign up to volunteer for a spirit day or event shift too! Or, you can make a donation to the PTO directly through this link!
Guess what? One of our fabulous PTO officiers and member at large Julia Farrell-Breit just shared with us that Johnny's restuarant in Roland Park (one of our very generous silent auction donors in last year's Spring Fling) is sponsoring a NOMINATE YOUR TEACHER campaign! They want to know why your teacher is the best!
Every week, Johnny's will choose a story to highlight and a winning teacher will receive a dinner for two at Johnny’s! Nominate your amazing MHES teacher by following this link. Selected stories will be displayed at the restaurant - you can download the worksheet here! Let's share with Roland Park why Medfield Heights Elementary teachers are some of most amazing educators in Baltimore!
Directions to Johnny's: 4800 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21210
DOUBLE UP PLAY FOR BOX TOPS!!
Let's see if YOU can be one of the lucky winners to DOUBLE our school's December check with this DOUBLE UP Sweepstakes. Log in and fill out the form. You can submit an entry DAILY!!! If we raise $500 in BOX TOPS, and your name is chosen.... They DOUBLE our payment!! And Medfield will earn $1,000!!!
How to Enter Online Sweepstakes go to:
You can find our school by searching the
zip code: 21211
school number: 249
Remember to bring in those Box Tops!!
Good Luck & Happy Clicking!!
Sweepstakes ends 9/30/18
Join MHES teachers and staff on Tuesday, September 11th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm for the annual Back to School Night! Principal Kilcoyne will share valuable information about our school and the year ahead and you will will have a chance to talk with your child(ren)’s teacher(s).
The first day of school is Tuesday, September 4th. The school day begins at 7:45AM, and students are marked late if they do not enter their classrooms by 8AM. Students are dismissed at 2:25PM, with the exception of PreK and K, who dismiss at 2:20PM. Breakfast and lunch are free for all students. Breakfast begins at 7:30AM in the cafeteria. Please see the map below for Grade Level Entrances and other important locations.
Please NOTE that for the first half of the school year, LaPlata Avenue will be CLOSED which can make things a little busier! Thank you parents and caregivers for your patience with the construction AND your patience with one another during the drop-off and pick-up times!
2018 - 2019 Medfield Heights Elementary School Entrances by Grade
Come to school this Friday wearing PURPLE for Medfield Heights Elementary for the first Spirit Day of the year!
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!