The 2016/2017 school year is almost here!

Hello to our new and returning families!

Welcome! We’re excited to see you for the 2016-2017 school year. Here’s a quick rundown of upcoming back to school dates:

  • 8/15 – Class lists will be posted August 15th at 4pm and there will be a welcome back picnic from 4pm – 7pm sponsored by the Proctor PTA. Enjoy our food or bring your own
  • 8/16 – There is a kinder visit on August 16th from 1pm – 2pm. Kinder Visit – Please bring your child to see their Kinder Academy or Kindergarten classroom, meet their teacher and answer any questions you may have regarding our Kindergarten program.
  • 8/17 – The first day of school is August 17th. School begins at 8:05 am for 1-6 grades and Kinder/TK starts at 8:10 am. This will be an early dismissal day: 1:25 for Kinder/TK and 1:30 for grades 1-6. 
  • 8/19 – Coffee Meet and Greet for TK/Kinder Parents. If you are a parent of a TK or Kinder student please join us for a cup of coffee in the Multi-Purpose Room at 8:15am on August 19th.  This is a great way to meet other parents who have new students at Proctor. You can ask questions, introduce yourself and/or just stop by for a hot cup of joe.  We look forward to seeing you there.

 


 

Have you picked up your school supplies yet?

Please scroll down to see a supply list for each grade. Instead of running all over town, click the Amazon link for your grade to see a prepopulated purchase list.

If you buy your supplies via the Amazon link Proctor will also get a percentage of the purchase via our affiliate program AND we’re entered into a contest to win $4,000

Thanks!


There are supplies and materials that are needed for our class which are difficult to fund with the limited supply budget of the school. We are reaching out to our families and asking for any supply donations that can be made. The following is a list of some of the supplies we will need for each student. Assisting with providing these supplies for your child is greatly appreciated.

SDC:

Click here to view and purchase the SDC supplies on Amazon

Transitional Kindergarten:

No Supplies necessary

Kindergarten:

Click here to view and purchase Kindergarten supplies on Amazon
Dixon black Tri-conderoga Tri Write pencils (4) (available at staples)(This is a larger size triangular pencil)
Large Crayola crayons 2 boxes 8 count #949651 (not jumbo)
Crayola crayons regular size 1 box 8 count
Crayola crayons 1 box regular size 16/24 count (16 preferred)
UHU glue sticks .74 oz. size #910281 (6)
Ear buds or small earphones for your child’s use in class
Click here to view and purchase Kindergarten supplies on Amazon

First Grade:

Click here to view and purchase first grade supplies on Amazon
Crayons (24-count)
Colored pencils (1 box)
Markers (8-count, washable)
Glue sticks (4)
Fiskar scissors (child size)
Expo black, thin pens (3)
Ticonderoga Laddies pencils (12)
(Primary pencils, available only online at Office Depot at: http://goo.gl/nYLzpV)
Tool box container (Staples brand, @ 5” x 13” OR Sterile brand, @ 11 ½ x 7 5/8)
Ear buds Or ear phones for your child to use at school
Pink Pearl erasers (2)
Click here to view and purchase first grade supplies on Amazon

Second and Third Grade:

Click here to view and purchase second & third grade supplies on Amazon
Ear buds (head phones) in a bag and labeled with name on them
Large Sturdy Pencil Pouch with 3 hole punch in it. (about 10×7)
Thin black felt marker (not a ball point) (2)
Pink Pearl erasers (3)
Fiskar Scissors (Child Size)
Crayons 24 count box (1)
Box of colored pencils 16 count (1)
Large UHU glue sticks (3)
EXPO dry erase markers (thicker sizes) (2)
Tri-write laddie pencils
Black Sharpie (2)
Red ball point pen (2)
1 bottle of white glue
High-liters (2)
Kleenex
Chlorox Wipes
Click here to view and purchase second & third grade supplies on Amazon

Fourth Grade:

Click here to view and purchase fourth grade supplies on Amazon
Binder (1 inch-1.5 inch)
earbuds (1 set)
Binder paper, college-ruled (2 reams)
Florescent yellow highlighter (1)
Black or blue ball-point pens
Red ball-point pens
Fine point, black felt tip pen (2)
Box colored pencils (1)
#2 pencils (mechanical pencils are ok)
Erasers (pencil toppers and block)
Pencil sharpener (w/shavings catcher)
Glue sticks (4)
Ruler 12” (must have metric and standard measures) (1)
Scissors (1 pair)
Spiral ruled notebooks, College Rule 100 pgs, single subject (2)
Composition book (1)
Pencil box or bag (1)
Premier student agenda – Proctor Terrace Edition
Click here to view and purchase fourth grade supplies on Amazon

Fifth Grade:

Click here to view and purchase fifth grade supplies on Amazon
Binder (2 inch – 2.5 inch)
earbuds (1 set)
Index tabbed binder divider pages (6-8)
Binder paper, college-ruled (2 reams)
Florescent yellow highlighter (1)
Black or blue ball-point pens
Red ball-point pens
Fine point, black felt tip pen (2)
Box colored pencils (1)
#2 pencils (mechanical pencils are ok)
Erasers (pencil toppers and block)
Pencil sharpener (w/shavings catcher)
Glue sticks (2)
Ruler 12” (must have metric and standard measures) (1)
Scissors (1 pair)
Spiral ruled notebooks, College Rule 100 pgs, single subject (2)
Composition book (1)
Pencil box or bag (1)
Basic calculator
Premier student agenda – Proctor Terrace Edition
Click here to view and purchase fifth grade supplies on Amazon

Sixth Grade:

Click here to view and purchase sixth grade supplies on Amazon
Binder (2 inch – 2.5 inch)
Binder (1/2 inch)
Ead buds (1 set)
Index tabbed binder divider pages (6-8)
Binder paper (2 reams)
Florescent yellow highlighter (1)
Black or blue ball-point pens
Red ball-point pens
Fine point, black felt tip pen (2)
Box colored pencils (1)
#2 pencils (mechanical pencils are ok)
Erasers
Pencil sharpener (w/shavings catcher)
Glue sticks (2)
Ruler 12” (must have metric and standard measures) (1)
Scissors (1 pair)
Spiral ruled notebooks, College Rule 100 pgs, single subject (2)
Composition book (1)
Pencil box or bag (1)
Basic calculator
Premier student agenda – Proctor Terrace Edition
Click here to view and purchase sixth grade supplies on Amazon

Your help in donating the above listed supplies for one or more students will be very helpful. No student will be denied participation in classroom activities due to lack of funds for donated items.

 


Proctor Calendar and Communication:

Reminder: you can always find the Proctor calendar at the link below, including links and instructions for adding this calendar to your devices.

http://proctorterracepta.org/calendar

If you’re a new or returning parent, please make sure you sign up for our mailing list here. Please help us out by sharing this info with any new Proctor parents.:

http://eepurl.com/bAJ9dr

We also communicate via our website, and the PTES PTA facebook. Please feel free to forward this information to any friends or family interested in Proctor Terrace Elementary.

Thanks!

Last mailer of the year!

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6/2 – Last Day of School – Minimum Day Schedule:

Last day of school on Thursday, June 2nd. Minimum day schedule, pick up at11:35am.


6/2 – Kindergarten Singing Send Off:

Thursday, June 2nd the Kindergartners will be doing a singing send off for the parents at 10:45 with a quick reception to follow.


6/2 – 6th Grade Promotion Celebration Ceremony:

The 6th Grade Promotion Celebration Ceremony is ThursdayJune 2nd, at9am in the MPR.

Invitations should have been given out on Friday, May 20th. Each student received two invites.

Snacks and refreshments to follow.


6/21 – PROSPECTIVE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER WORKSHOP

Voters will make many decisions on Election Day in November, including the selection of individuals to fill open seats on school boards throughout the County. The Santa Rosa City Schools will host a Prospective School Board Member Workshop for those interested in serving our schools, students and families.

This workshop will take place at the Santa Rosa City Schools District Office onJune 21st, and provide information regarding the importance and duties of these critical positions.

Please see this flyer for more details


6/20 through 7/22 – Summer Art Program:

Make this summer…
A SUMMER OF ART

Taught by Tina Hiatt and her daughter Bailee Hiatt (Proctor Terrace and SRHS ArtQuest Visual Fine Arts alumni).  All sessions will be held in Room 31.

  • Offered to students entering grades 4-5-6
  • Session Time is 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
  • 4 sessions offered at $100 per session.

Session 1: Find Yourself in Art (June 20 -24)

  • Express yourself through self-portraiture.
  • Learn more about you and make new friends!

Session 2: Famous Artists and You (June 27 – July 1)

  • Learn about all the greats! Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Henri Matisse, and more!
  • Try working with new materials.

 Session 3: I Can Make Art With ANYTHING (July 11 – July 15

  • Experiment with new textures.
  • Sculpture, paper dolls, felting and more.

Session 4: Bookmaking and Journaling (July 18 – July 22)

  • Make your own books and journals.
  • Express yourself through visual journaling and creative writing.
  • Work with different textures and effects.
  • Create pop-up books, accordion books, and handmade paperback journals!

Please see this flyer for more details


Art Auction:

Did you enjoy the art and music festival during open house? Now you can bring it home with you! Bid on FB on the sixth grade’s Chihuly-inspired masterpiece, coordinated by our beloved art docent, Margaret Batchelor.

This lightweight sculpture is perfect to mount over an LED or fluorescent (low heat) light fixture or to dress up with bee lights (like we have here) and display anywhere in your home.

The faux glass pieces of this sculpture were designed by each sixth grade student on glasses, plates and sheets of plastic, and then melted and compiled to make this unique sculpture. All proceeds will benefit the Art Docent Program at Proctor Terrace. Bidding will end at noon on the last day of school, June 2. Good luck!

(Not on FaceBook?  Don’t worry!  Contact Bess Allen now atbesslake@gmail.com with your mobile number and she’ll get you involved in the bidding by text!)


PTA Summer Committees:

As the school year draws to a close, your 2016-17 PTA Board is excited to start planning another great year! Would you like to join other enthusiastic parents in relaxed get-togethers and be part of planning next year’s programs for Proctor? Now forming, summer committees will meet a few times over the next few months to plan priorities and outline events and activities for next year.

These committees include: Budget, PTA Climate, Building Projects, PTA Structure and Classroom Enrichment. Planning committees are open to all and will be chaired and facilitated by a Board member. Committees for our two fun fall events, Walkathon and Tigerfest are also forming.

If you are interested in being part of any of these exciting summer committees, or would just like more information, contact Bess Allen atpresident@proctorterracepta.org.


Lost and Found:

PLEASE take a moment to stop by the Lost and Found! Items that are left will be donated the week of June 5 to a local charity.


Maker Camp:

There will be a Maker Camp for 4th grade students moving into 5th grade, and current 5th and 6th grade students at Comstock Middle School, June 14th – July 8th , Tues – Fri/8:00- 1:30. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Registration forms will be in the office.


Year Books 2015-2016:

We’re approaching the end of the year, and what a year it’s been! So many memories have been had by all, and what better way to remember them than a yearbook?

Your Proctor Terrace PTA wants to ensure that every student received a yearbook, regardless of financial ability, so yearbooks will be ordered for every student at the school. While payment for these yearbooks is not required, donations to help offset the cost are welcome.

If you’re interested in donating, we have a suggested donation of $15 per student (but any amount helps). If making a donation, please attach your donation to this flyer and return to the office. Thank you for helping to make this such a great year for our students. We couldn’t have done it without you!


2016 – 2017 Enrollment Intentions:

It is that time of year and we are beginning to plan for next year. Parents if you know that your child will not be returning to Proctor next year, please call the school office. 707-522-3240


Proctor Calendar and Communication:

Reminder: you can always find the Proctor calendar at the link below, including links and instructions for adding this calendar to your devices.

http://proctorterracepta.org/calendar

Also: Proctor Terrace PTA will work with the teachers over the summer to get school supply lists and classroom wishlists to you in a timely manner. If you’re a new or returning parent, please make sure you sign up for our mailing list here:

http://eepurl.com/bAJ9dr

We also communicate via our website, and the PTES PTA facebook. Please feel free to forward this information to any friends or family interested in Proctor Terrace Elementary.

Thanks!


Amazon Update:

Please remember to use this link before you shop at Amazon. You canbookmark this link and use it for future Amazon visits.

Every bit helps, thanks! Here’s the current breakdown of Amazon money through 5/31/2016:

Money we’ve earned via Amazon to date

This week at proctor

5/27 – Fifth Grade Field Trip:

Fifth grade field trip to Marin headlands on Friday, May 27th.


5/30 – Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL:

No school on Monday, May 30th.


6/2 – Last Day of School – Minimum Day Schedule:

Last day of school on Thursday, June 2nd. Minimum day schedule, pick up at11:35am.


6/2 – Kindergarten Singing Send Off:

Thursday, June 2nd the Kindergartners will be doing a singing send off for the parents at 10:45 with a quick reception to follow.


6/2 – 6th Grade Promotion Celebration Ceremony:

The 6th Grade Promotion Celebration Ceremony is ThursdayJune 2nd, at9am in the MPR.

Invitations should have been given out on Friday, May 20th. Each student received two invites.

Snacks and refreshments to follow.


6/21 – PROSPECTIVE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER WORKSHOP

Voters will make many decisions on Election Day in November, including the selection of individuals to fill open seats on school boards throughout the County. The Santa Rosa City Schools will host a Prospective School Board Member Workshop for those interested in serving our schools, students and families.

This workshop will take place at the Santa Rosa City Schools District Office on June 21st, and provide information regarding the importance and duties of these critical positions.

Please see this flyer for more details


6/20 through 7/22 – Summer Art Program:

Make this summer…
A SUMMER OF ART

Taught by Tina Hiatt and her daughter Bailee Hiatt (Proctor Terrace and SRHS ArtQuest Visual Fine Arts alumni).  All sessions will be held in Room 31.

  • Offered to students entering grades 4-5-6
  • Session Time is 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
  • 4 sessions offered at $100 per session.

Session 1: Find Yourself in Art (June 20 -24)

  • Express yourself through self-portraiture.
  • Learn more about you and make new friends!

Session 2: Famous Artists and You (June 27 – July 1)

  • Learn about all the greats! Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Henri Matisse, and more!
  • Try working with new materials.

 Session 3: I Can Make Art With ANYTHING (July 11 – July 15

  • Experiment with new textures.
  • Sculpture, paper dolls, felting and more.

Session 4: Bookmaking and Journaling (July 18 – July 22)

  • Make your own books and journals.
  • Express yourself through visual journaling and creative writing.
  • Work with different textures and effects.
  • Create pop-up books, accordion books, and handmade paperback journals!

Please see this flyer for more details


Art Auction:

Did you enjoy the art and music festival during open house? Now you can bring it home with you! Bid on FB on the sixth grade’s Chihuly-inspired masterpiece, coordinated by our beloved art docent, Margaret Batchelor.

This lightweight sculpture is perfect to mount over an LED or fluorescent (low heat) light fixture or to dress up with bee lights (like we have here) and display anywhere in your home.

The faux glass pieces of this sculpture were designed by each sixth grade student on glasses, plates and sheets of plastic, and then melted and compiled to make this unique sculpture. All proceeds will benefit the Art Docent Program at Proctor Terrace. Bidding will end at noon on the last day of school, June 2. Good luck!

(Not on FaceBook?  Don’t worry!  Contact Bess Allen now atbesslake@gmail.com with your mobile number and she’ll get you involved in the bidding by text!)


PTA Summer Committees:

As the school year draws to a close, your 2016-17 PTA Board is excited to start planning another great year! Would you like to join other enthusiastic parents in relaxed get-togethers and be part of planning next year’s programs for Proctor? Now forming, summer committees will meet a few times over the next few months to plan priorities and outline events and activities for next year.

These committees include: Budget, PTA Climate, Building Projects, PTA Structure and Classroom Enrichment. Planning committees are open to all and will be chaired and facilitated by a Board member. Committees for our two fun fall events, Walkathon and Tigerfest are also forming.

If you are interested in being part of any of these exciting summer committees, or would just like more information, contact Bess Allen atpresident@proctorterracepta.org.


Lost and Found:

PLEASE take a moment to stop by the Lost and Found! Items that are left will be donated the week of June 5 to a local charity.


Maker Camp:

There will be a Maker Camp for 4th grade students moving into 5th grade, and current 5th and 6th grade students at Comstock Middle School, June 14th – July 8th , Tues – Fri/8:00- 1:30. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Registration forms will be in the office.


Year Books 2015-2016:

We’re approaching the end of the year, and what a year it’s been! So many memories have been had by all, and what better way to remember them than a yearbook?

Your Proctor Terrace PTA wants to ensure that every student received a yearbook, regardless of financial ability, so yearbooks will be ordered for every student at the school. While payment for these yearbooks is not required, donations to help offset the cost are welcome.

If you’re interested in donating, we have a suggested donation of $15 per student (but any amount helps). If making a donation, please attach your donation to this flyer and return to the office. Thank you for helping to make this such a great year for our students. We couldn’t have done it without you!


2016 – 2017 Enrollment Intentions:

It is that time of year and we are beginning to plan for next year. Parents if you know that your child will not be returning to Proctor next year, please call the school office. 707-522-3240


Proctor Calendar and Communication:

Reminder: you can always find the Proctor calendar at the link below, including links and instructions for adding this calendar to your devices.

http://proctorterracepta.org/calendar

Also: Proctor Terrace PTA will work with the teachers over the summer to get school supply lists and classroom wishlists to you in a timely manner. If you’re a new or returning parent, please make sure you sign up for our mailing list here:

http://eepurl.com/bAJ9dr

We also communicate via our website, and the PTES PTA facebook. Please feel free to forward this information to any friends or family interested in Proctor Terrace Elementary.

Thanks!

Weekly Update, 5/2/16

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Teacher Appreciation Week, 5/2 – 5/6:

Let’s celebrate our awesome teachers! Here are some ideas you can use. This is optional. If you want to bring something else, go for it!

Monday – Flower
Tuesday – Gift for the Classroom
Wednesday – Homemade Card
Thursday – Piece of Fruit
Friday– Anything you liked or missed during the week. Be creative!

Don’t worry if you’re a day late or miss a day or bring something different, it will still be appreciated!

The PTA will be sponsoring a teacher luncheon on Friday, May 6th. We need volunteers to bring lemonade, iced tea and desserts. They can be dropped off in the teachers’ lounge on Friday morning.

If you’d like to contribute, please email
Amanda Stanbro at amandastanbro@gmail.com.


5/5 – Author Visit!:

Tomorrow, Thursday, May 5th we are hosting Angela Sage Larsen, Author of the Petalwink series of Books for a special Author Visit, grades K-3. Petalwink books focus on self-esteem, creativity and kindness. Find out more about them here: petalwink.com. If you are interested in having one or a set of the books signed by the author during the visit, return this order form by the day of the visit, Thursday, May 5th.


5/5 – PTA Meeting:

PTA meeting Thursday, May 5th at 7pm in the Library. Agenda will be posted on website ASAP.


5/6 – Spring Dance:

May 6th, 6pm-9pm in the Proctor Terrace Multi-Purpose Room. DJ Chuck Lehnhard from Fiz-Nik Rick will be rockin’ the house with music and party games for all.

Pizza, snacks and water will be sold at the snack booth.

Free to all Proctor Families!


Maker Camp:

There will be a Maker Camp for 4th grade students moving into 5th grade, and current 5th and 6th grade students at Comstock Middle School, June 14th – July 8th , Tues – Fri/8:00- 1:30. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Registration forms will be in the office.


Year Books 2015-2016:

We’re approaching the end of the year, and what a year it’s been! So many memories have been had by all, and what better way to remember them than a yearbook?

Your Proctor Terrace PTA wants to ensure that every student received a yearbook, regardless of financial ability, so yearbooks will be ordered for every student at the school. While payment for these yearbooks is not required, donations to help offset the cost are welcome.

If you’re interested in donating, we have a suggested donation of $15 per student (but any amount helps). If making a donation, please attach your donation to this flyer and return to the office. Thank you for helping to make this such a great year for our students. We couldn’t have done it without you!


2016 – 2017 Enrollment Intentions:

It is that time of year and we are beginning to plan for next year. Parents if you know that your child will not be returning to Proctor next year, please call the school office. 707-522-3240


2016 – 2017 Budget Priorities:

Your new PTA Board for 2016-17 is interested in your budget priorities. How should money be spent? Give us your feedback with this short survey!


Amazon Update:

Please remember to use this link before you shop at Amazon. You can bookmark this link and use it for future Amazon visits.

Every bit helps, thanks! Here’s the current breakdown of Amazon money through 4/25/2016:

Experience The Wizard of Oz at Proctor!

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Join us on Friday, March 18th, for a performance of The Wizard of Oz starring fine young actors from the 3rd through 6th grade Proctor classes.

The evening performance will begin in the multi-purpose room at 7:00pm. There are no tickets/fees for entry (but donations will be accepted) so get in line early as it will be a packed house and we must keep all of the aisles clear for the performance.

Flowers and baked goods will be sold before the show and during intermission out on the blacktop. The only saved seats will be the front row seats which were raffled off and won by these families: Fisher Family, Allen Family, Brumbaugh Family and Waterman Family.

The only other option for viewing are the two daytime performances at 8:30am (primary) and 12:30pm (upper grades), if room allows. Visitors will need to sit behind students as classes and teachers are seated first during the daytime performances.

Hope to see you there!

3/14 This Week at Proctor

4/1 – Math Fair Volunteers:

We are looking for volunteers to play math games with students! No math experience is necessary.  Games will be quick to learn and fun to play! Consider helping all-day or only for a few hours.

When: Friday, April 1 from 7:45am-2:45pm
Where: Proctor Terrace MPR
Who: KA-6 grades
Why: To support math learning while playing games!

Please email Kristy Coleman (kcoleman@srcs.k12.ca.us) if you are interested or have questions about this fabulous volunteer opportunity or click here to sign up!


4/9 – Dinner, Dance & Auction:

Don’t forget- SAVE THE DATE- April 9 for the Dinner, Dance, Auction spring fundraiser.

Click here for more info on the April 9th Dinner, Dance & Auction event. Would you prefer the Spanish version? En Espanol, haz clic aquí! Don’t want to buy online? Use this flyer.

Join the parents and PTA of Proctor Terrace for a “Night in Italy” on Saturday, April 9th at 6pm at Ellington Hall, 3535 Industrial Drive. Enjoy a pasta dinner catered by Bruno’s on 4th, libations, silent and live auction, dancing and more!

Ticket prices are $30 per person or $275 for a table of 10.  For an additional $5 per person, Santa Rosa’s own “Rosie” the trolley will shuttle you from Proctor Terrace to the Ellington and back to PT (spaces are limited for this option so be sure to reserve your spot along with your ticket now!)

Treat yourself to a Night in Italy, without leaving Santa Rosa!  We look forward to seeing you there!  Buy your tickets on our website.

P.S. We are still looking for donations including wine, season tickets, restaurant gift cards, vacation rentals, and more. Please email the DDA committee at dda@proctorterracepta.org if you can help!

Millie Grazie,
The DDA Committee



Pennies for Patients:

The coins, cash, checks and online donations have been tallied! I am happy and very proud to report that we raised $1,090.24, great job Proctor Tigers!! Thank you for your participation.



Lost & Found is Full!:

The lost and found is pretty full. If you can help your child find his or her lost jacket, it would be great. We are overflowing and now have boxes as well as racks lining the hall filled with jackets.


Emergency Kit Request:

ATTENTION PROCTOR FAMILIES 

We are asking that all students bring in a zip loc bag filled with the following items in the event of an emergency:

  1. Non-perishable food items for example cheese and cracker packages, beef jerky, etc.
  2. Box of juice
  3. Family Picture
  4. Note pad and pencil for drawing or a small activity book

The bags will be stored in your students’ classroom. We want to make sure we keep your children as comfortable as possible in the event they need to remain on campus for safety reasons during an emergency situation.


 

Noon Supervision Position:

We have an opening for Noon supervision. This is a paid position. Please email Mrs. Olmsted if you’re interested.


Amazon Update:

Please remember to use this link before you shop at Amazon. You can bookmark this link and use it for future Amazon visits.

Every bit helps, thanks! Here’s the current breakdown of Amazon money through 3/14/2016:

This week at Proctor – 3/7

3/8 – Dine and Donate:

Two Dine and Donate opportunities this month

Option 1:

Join us Tuesday3/8 at Bird and the Bottle or Monti’s for this month’s Dine & Donate opportunity. Get your babysitter and make your reservation at Monti’s in Montgomery Village or Bird & Bottle on Fourth Street for Tuesday, March 8. Lots of reservations already in place- it will be fun to see friends out and about on Date Night!

Make your reservations the easy way at opentable.com – put Proctor Terrace PTA Dine and Donate in the reservation notes. Please see attached flyer

Bird & Bottle: (707) 568-4000
Monti’s Rotisserie & Bar: (707) 568-4404

Option 2:

Visit Ozzie’s Grill during March From Tuesday 3/1 to Thursday 3/31. Fridays and Saturdays excluded from this offer. 

Enjoy Ozzie’s great burgers, shakes and fries! Each time you visit, present this flyer or a digital image on your device, and a donation will be made to the Proctor Terrace Outdoor School Scholarship Fund based on your purchase.

Ozzie’s Grill: (707) 538-0775
Open Monday – Sunday 11:00am – 8:00pm


3/8 – Safe Biking Presentation

There will be a Safe Biking Presentation for Parents on Tuesday, 3/8 at 8:15am in the multi-purpose room.


4/1 – Math Fair Volunteers:

We are looking for volunteers to play math games with students! No math experience is necessary.  Games will be quick to learn and fun to play! Consider helping all-day or only for a few hours.

When: Friday, April 1 from 7:45am-2:45pm
Where: Proctor Terrace MPR
Who: KA-6 grades
Why: To support math learning while playing games!

Please email Kristy Coleman (kcoleman@srcs.k12.ca.us) if you are interested or have questions about this fabulous volunteer opportunity or click here to sign up!


4/9 – Dinner, Dance & Auction:

Don’t forget- SAVE THE DATE- April 9 for the Dinner, Dance, Auction spring fundraiser.

Join the parents and PTA of Proctor Terrace for a “Night in Italy” on Saturday,April 9th at 6pm at Ellington Hall, 3535 Industrial Drive. Enjoy a pasta dinner catered by Bruno’s on 4th, libations, silent and live auction, dancing and more!

Ticket prices are $30 per person or $275 for a table of 10.  For an additional $5 per person, Santa Rosa’s own “Rosie” the trolley will shuttle you from Proctor Terrace to the Ellington and back to PT (spaces are limited for this option so be sure to reserve your spot along with your ticket now!)

Treat yourself to a Night in Italy, without leaving Santa Rosa!  We look forward to seeing you there!  Buy your tickets on our website.

P.S. We are still looking for donations including wine, season tickets, restaurant gift cards, vacation rentals, and more. Please email the DDA committee atdda@proctorterracepta.org if you can help!

Millie Grazie,
The DDA Committee


SRCS Superintendent Search 2016 Survey:

As part of the Santa Rosa City Schools superintendent search process – gathering stakeholder input – our Board of Education has approved an online survey. The survey has been developed in both English and Spanish and is set to run through March 21st.

All input is welcome, so please take a few minutes to complete this survey!

English Survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J3RM7W6

Spanish Survey:
https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/JGY5S8T


Local Control and Accountability Plan for the 2016/2017 School Year Survey:

California state law sets out the system for funding public schools. State leaders largely decide how much money is available to schools each year as part of the state budget process.

In 2013, California adopted a new formula for deciding how much money each school district gets, called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).

School districts will decide how to use the funds, but under the new system they must get input from their local communities. They also have to tie their budgets to improvement goals by creating a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).

The information from these surveys help the district write the LCAP for the following school year. Please see surveys below. Thanks for your participation! 

More info on LCFF & LCAP:
http://www.srcs.k12.ca.us/District/CI/LCFF/Pages/default.aspx

 

The live surveys are here:
http://www.srcs.k12.ca.us/District/CI/LCFF/Pages/default.aspx


Emergency Kit Request:

ATTENTION PROCTOR FAMILIES

We are asking that all students bring in a zip loc bag filled with the following items in the event of an emergency:

  1. Non-perishable food items for example cheese and cracker packages, beef jerky, etc.
  2. Box of juice
  3. Family Picture
  4. Note pad and pencil for drawing or a small activity book

The bags will be stored in your students’ classroom. We want to make sure we keep your children as comfortable as possible in the event they need to remain on campus for safety reasons during an emergency situation.


 

Heated Lunch Items:

Please do not to send food items with your children that needs to be heated in a microwave. Students are not allowed to use microwaves on campus and our cafeteria worker does not have the time to do it for them.


Noon Supervision Position:

We have an opening for Noon supervision. This is a paid position. Please email Mrs. Olmsted if you’re interested.


Amazon Update:

Please remember to use this link before you shop at Amazon. You canbookmark this link and use it for future Amazon visits.

Every bit helps, thanks! Here’s the current breakdown of Amazon money through 3/7/2016:

This week at Proctor – 2/29

Release of Student Information:

Attention Parents, there is a Federal Court case that is requiring the release of student information dating back to 2008.  Please use the links below get information about the case and how you can opt of out the process.

Atención padres, hay un caso de Tribunal Federal que requiere que la entrega de información de estudiante que se remontaa 2008. Por favor use de que los enlaces de abajo Obtén información sobre el caso y cómo se puede optar del proceso.

Sonoma County Office of Ed. Info
http://www.scoe.org/pub/htdocs/news-archive.html?news_id=780

California Office of Ed. Info

http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/morganhillcase.asp
Court Order Englishhttp://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/order2016jan26.pdf
Court Order Spanishhttp://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/form2016jan26-spanish.pdf

Objection to Disclosure of Student Information and Records

English http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/form2016jan26.pdf
Spanish http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/form2016jan26-spanish.pdf


3/1 – Coffee with the Principal:

The next ‘Coffee with the Principal’ is March 1st at 8:30am in the library. Please join Mrs. Olmsted to hear about Proctor Terrace and use this opportunity to voice your questions or concerns.


3/3 – PTA Meeting:

PTA meeting this Thursday, March 3rd at 7pm in the Library. We will be voting on the 2016/2017 PTA board positions.

Are you interested in joining the PTA in a leadership position? Please let us know via email. We’ll begin the election process for 2016-2017 PTA positions at the March PTA meeting (3/3/2016 @ 7pm).

Board positions include:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary

Additionally there will be many committees and opportunities to help in the 2016-2017 year. These committees are directly responsible for fundraising efforts to benefit your children.

If you have any questions, please email Kristina Kiessig


 

3/4 – Western Day!:

Dress up in your favorite western duds for this western-themed spirit day!


 

3/4 – Movie Night:

Our next movie night is Friday, March 4th. Doors open at 6pm and we’ll screen ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2‘ at 6:30pm. Jammies, blankets, and pillows are encouraged. Admission is totally FREE but refreshments will be on sale at the snack bar. Doors open at 6pm and the show begins at 6:30pm.

A supervising adult is required for all children. The movie is rated PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) and some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. Here are some notes from parents at IMDB and here is the Common Sense Media parent guide.

Contact Emily White at em3119@gmail.com if you have questions or would like to help.

Buy your Dinner, Dance & Auction tickets at Movie Night and receive a special gift!


4/1 – Math Fair Volunteers:

We are looking for volunteers to play math games with students! No math experience is necessary.  Games will be quick to learn and fun to play! Consider helping all-day or only for a few hours.

When: Friday, April 1 from 7:45am-2:45pm
Where: Proctor Terrace MPR
Who: KA-6 grades
Why: To support math learning while playing games!

Please email Kristy Coleman (kcoleman@srcs.k12.ca.us) if you are interested or have questions about this fabulous volunteer opportunity or click here to sign up!


Dinner, Dance & Auction:

Don’t forget- SAVE THE DATE- April 9 for the Dinner, Dance, Auction spring fundraiser.

Join the parents and PTA of Proctor Terrace for a “Night in Italy” on Saturday,April 9th at 6pm at Ellington Hall, 3535 Industrial Drive. Enjoy a pasta dinner catered by Bruno’s on 4th, libations, silent and live auction, dancing and more!

Ticket prices are $30 per person or $275 for a table of 10.  For an additional $5 per person, Santa Rosa’s own “Rosie” the trolley will shuttle you from Proctor Terrace to the Ellington and back to PT (spaces are limited for this option so be sure to reserve your spot along with your ticket now!)

Treat yourself to a Night in Italy, without leaving Santa Rosa!  We look forward to seeing you there!  Buy your tickets on our website.

P.S. We are still looking for donations including wine, season tickets, restaurant gift cards, vacation rentals, and more. Please email the DDA committee atdda@proctorterracepta.org if you can help!

Millie Grazie,
The DDA Committee


Noon Supervision Position:

We have an opening for Noon supervision. This is a paid position. Please email Mrs. Olmsted if you’re interested.


Amazon Update:

Please remember to use this link before you shop at Amazon. You canbookmark this link and use it for future Amazon visits.

Every bit helps, thanks! Here’s the current breakdown of Amazon money through 2/29/2016:

Money we’ve earned via Amazon to date