Nominating Committee Training

Tuesday, Jan. 10, 7:00-8:30pm, LWRC Hughes Room, and Monday, Jan. 30, 10:00-11:30am, LWRC Sammamish Room. Want to start out your officer election process smoothly? Send your Nom Comm to training! And Presidents, you are highly encouraged to attend as well. You can’t be on the Nom Comm, but understanding the process is crucial. In the
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December 2016 Council Meeting

All are welcome to our December 1st Membership Meeting, 9:30-11am in the LWRC Board Room! Don’t forget to bring some cash for raffle tickets (only $1 each). Plan to arrive early to take a good look and participate in the last day of silent bidding for our fabulous Scholarship Baskets. NEW this year! Credit card payments! Or, you are
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Find Your Spirit Basket

A 50 gallon container full to the brim with junk food? A bunch of “As Seen On TV” items you’ve always secretly wanted? Coffee Lovers, Pet Lovers, Chocolate Lovers, Italian Food Lovers, Seahawks fans, find your “Spirit Basket” in this year’s Council Auction Catalog. Our basket auction raises funds for the LWPTSA Council Scholarship Fund, which
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Postcard Campaign Kickoff!

Advocacy Spotlight: “PTA is the most effective voice on education.” – Representative Roger Goodman, 45th District LWPTSA Council Postcard Campaign is Coming! We rocked the House (and the Senate) last year. It’s time to do it again! This is a super easy way to tell YOUR Legislators what is important to YOU for your kids
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November 2016 – Brown Bag Lunch & Training Opportunity

Topic: “Running Great After School Activities: The Do’s, the Don’ts and Everything In-between” Thursday, November 17th, 12-1pm, LWRC, Sammamish Room Before and after school enrichment classes are an amazing way for PTAs to support their communities but they require time, thought, policy and energy.  Whether your PTA is already running a program or you are
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November Membership Meeting, Nov. 3rd, 9:30-11am

All are welcome to our November 3rd Membership Meeting. 9:30-11am in the LWRC Board Room! Don’t forget to bring your auction baskets. For any questions, contact Council President Liz Hedreen at


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October 2016 – Brown Bag Lunch

Topic: “School Start Times, 7-Period Days & Other Expanded Schedule Options: Update on the College and Career Readiness Task Force” Thursday, Oct. 20th 12:00-1:00pm LWRC (Sammamish Room) Matt Monobianco, LWSD Associate Superintendent and chair of the College & Career Readiness Task Force, will present an update of the committee’s work to date and answer questions.
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