Please join us whether you are a PTA member or not. This is your opportunity to meet our Principal, Barbara McLennan. Learn what the future will bring to Carney. Ask some questions and stop wondering. We will need to conduct a little PTA business too. We will have a short General Membership meeting so that we can elect a new treasurer and approve this year’s budget.
When: Tuesday, October 13th, 7 p.m.
Where: Carney Elementary Library
WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL JOIN US!!!!!
The Carney Elementary PTA Invites You To MOVIE NIGHT
Showing: “HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA”
When: Friday, October 2nd
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Movie starts at 6:45 p.m.
Where:Carney Elementary Cafetorium
This event is FREE for Carney families but RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
due to fire regulations and capacity limits and will be taken on a first come, first served
basis. We can accommodate a total of 200 people for this event. Please click here to download the form. Fill out the bottom portion of this form and turn it in to the PTA by Thurs, October 1st to hold your spot! You will only hear back from the PTA if we have reached our capacity limit and cannot accommodate you. Otherwise, just show up on movie night and check-in! While the event is free, donations are always appreciated! Tickets are currently only available by reservation. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
* Children must be under the supervision of an adult for the entirety of the movie. No
drop offs are allowed. Parents or guardians must stay with their children in the cafetorium.
* We will be raffling off prize baskets. Raffle tickets will be $1 each.
* Bring a towel or blanket to sit on as chairs will not be set up.
* Bring your own snacks.
Julie Rappold SugartoBCPS Parents & Teachers for a Responsible Heat Closure Policy 39 mins ·
WE HAVE GREAT NEWS TO SHARE:
The Superintendent's office is working on a mandatory heat closure/early dismissal rule! They are looking at using the heat index forecast with the goal of making heat closure/early dismissal decisions the night before instead of announcing these decisions the day of the extreme heat! They are also looking at measures for non air-conditioned schools during heat events such as ensuring schools allow students to have water bottles, possibly requiring non air-conditioned classrooms to have thermometers, etc. It will expedite the process to have a BCPS Rule rather than a Board Policy because policies must go through 3 readings at BoE meetings and take longer to enact. The new rule will be written over the next 2 weeks. We look forward to reporting more as we learn it. Thank you to every parent, teacher, student, lawmaker, and BoE member who advocated for a mandatory heat closure policy/rule and thank you to the Superintendent who heard our plea.
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