Welcome to Our Website! 

Our goal is it to make it easy for parents to do all of their

PTA purchases, sign-up to volunteer, and paperwork online


While the website is up and running there is always room

for improvement and additions to please check back often!  





 Would you like to be your child's biggest supporter while at New Haven?

Join the NHE PTA today!  





Reflections is a national PTA sponsored arts contest which allows children to express

themselves creatively! 

There are six categories:  Literature, Dance Choreography, Musical Composition,

Photography, Visual Arts, and Film Production.


This year’s Reflections Theme is:  

What a great way to recognize your child’s creativity!  The possibilities are endless...the entries can be drawings, paintings, photos, poems, or short stories!  Also videos, music composition, and dance!

Projects must reflect the theme, and a required 1 sentence description on entry form.  All students may enter multiple projects in any category.  Entries must be the original work of one student.  All participants will be recognized at our PTA meeting in November.  Entry levels are broken up into Primary Artists (preschool – 2nd grade), Intermediate Artists (3rd – 5th grade), and Special Artists (all grades).  Winners in each category are chosen to represent New Haven at the district level showcased at William E. Durr Library. 

Rules and entry forms are available in the literature rack in the front office as well as the New Haven PTA website: www.newhavenpta.com.

The Deadline for entry is Tuesday, October 11, 2015.

If you have any questions, please email reflections@newhavenpta.com.




We do our best to get a variety of pictures in the yearbook each year.

You can now download the


on your phones and submit your pictures that way.

We are always looking for Sports, clubs, events and field trip pictures.

Don't forget to send us your Camp Carlisle pictures too!!!






What is Junior Achievement? 

Junior Achievement is the world’s largest economic educational organization.  Its purpose is to educate and inspire young people to value free enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.  This program is SO FUN! You get to interact with our amazing students in the classroom and don't worry - you don't need any experience, it's not hard and everything is provided for you!


What will I be doing?

  • Using hands-on, age-appropriate activities to engage students
  • Using Junior Achievement’s lesson plans and pre-packaged materials
  • Talking about the skills students will need to succeed in the world 
  • Enriching the curriculum with your own experiences…and having fun!


How much time will it take?

The time commitment per class is designed to be 45 minutes, with 5 classroom visits, plus time at home to read the lessons and prepare.   There is also a one-time training session to familiarize you with the program materials and Junior Achievement. You do not have to attend the training if you have done JA before.  


If you need additional information or to volunteer, please contact JA Coordinator, Karen Hargett at Karen.hargett14@gmail.com




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