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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
Join New Haven for Mother/Son DODGEBALL
Mother vs. Son
FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2019 from 6pm-9pm at New Haven Elementary
All New Haven Elementary boys are invited to bring their Mom (Grandma, Aunt or other special mother-figure) to the Mother/Son Dodgeball event! There will be dodgeball, photo booths with fun props, and games in the Multi Purpose Room! T-shirts will be available for purchase and must be ordered by February 18th. Tickets for the photo booth will be $5. Make sure to pre-order!
Registration ends on March 1, and space is limited to 180 families. If that limit is reached prior to March 1, registration will close early. This is a popular event, so make sure to send in your registrations as soon as possible! Tickets to Mother/Son Dodgeball are $25 per couple, $5 for each additional boy with a $35 family maximum. No tickets will be sold at the door. Cost of admission includes 1 slice of pizza, a bag of chips, a cookie, and a drink for each person. Extra concessions available for purchase: We will be accepting Cash, Credit/Debit, and Checks.
Please remember that t-shirts will not be available for purchase after February 18th. Again, no tickets will be sold at the door!
To purchase online click here
For printable form click here
For printable form in Spanish click here
****Please remember no t-shirts will be available for purchase after February 18th****
September 4, 2018
Your child’s classroom is in need of a Junior Achievement Volunteer. You are probably wondering…….
What is Junior Achievement?
This program is brought into our school to help students with a fundamental understanding of Entrepreneurship, Career Readiness, and Financial Literacy.
What will I be doing?
* Using hands-on, age-appropriate activities to engage students
* Presenting Junior Achievement’s lesson plans and pre-packaged materials
* Talking about the skills students will need to succeed in the world of work
* Enriching the curriculum with your own experiences…and having fun!
How does the Volunteer know what to teach?
Junior Achievement provides all the materials and a one-time training to assist you with instructions of the program.
So how long does a Volunteer teach?
The program is setup for five 30 – 45 minute teaching periods. Volunteers and teachers will set a flexible schedule for a certain day and time to come in to the classroom and work with the students. The actual start date will be determined by you and the classroom teacher. The classes need to be completed before spring break.
Where and how does a Volunteer get trained?
A training will be held at New Haven; date and time are TBD.
We hope you will consider this opportunity to help with your child’s education. If you are interested in volunteering, or if you have any questions, please contact New Haven’s Junior Achievement Coordinator:
We are looking for help with the yearbook. If you have a love for taking pictures and attend a lot of your child's events please help us make our yearbook special!
Follow the link to sign up to be a grade photographer! You don't have to be at every event, we have asked for several parents to sign up for each grade level so that you can divide and conquer! We will email you with directions after everyone has signed up!
This is an awesome way to help that doesn't take a lot of time!
Krista Brassine and Nora Turner - PTA Yearbook Chairs
If you have any pictures, please upload them to the following link in order to help make our yearbook successful!!