News and Events
Direct Drive? Huge Success! Thank you, Arbor Heights!
|Our Circle of Friends is wide, and we have reached our $15,000 fundraising goal for the 2nd Annual Arbor Heights Direct Donation Drive! Thank you letters for your tax records will be sent by early January!
Missed the deadline and still want to donate? Hoping to make a last donation before the end of the tax year? Donations are always accepted! Visit the Arbor Heights Fundraising page for links to donate online or to download a donation form.
November 21, 2014 | Contact: AHPTABoardInfo@gmail.com
October/November 2014 School Communicator!
The 2nd issue of the school year is here! Enjoy your read of our October/November 2014 issue of the School Communicator, our monthly school newsletter.
Read the October/November 2014 issue NOW!
Highlights from the issue:
• Letter from Principal Collins
• Arbor Heights Updates: Enrollment & Building
• Community Meeting to discuss K-8 or preschool at AH
• The Bulletin Board
• FREE Positive Discipline Class for Parents
• Is My Child Too Sick to Go to School? A Parent’s Guide.
• A Note from Your Social Worker/Counselor Mrs. Shea
• Volunteer Watch: Leah Barham
• PTA News
o More time to Join the Circle of Friends!
o Boren Harvest Clean Up Saturday, Nov. 8 (10 a.m. -1 p.m.)!
o 2015 Auction Planning Kickoff Meeting! - Nov. 6!
o Join your student on the Arbor Heights’ Best Dressed List!
The Weekly HOTSHEET (Nov. 3 - Nov. 7)
Read the Weekly HOTSHEET Week #10 NOW and find out about what's happening at Arbor Heights this week + important news and information!
Please Keep PokÚmon Cards at Home!
Since the start of the school year, Pokémon cards have made a resurgence at school yet going forward students will be asked to keep their Pokémon cards at home. The card trading has become a major distraction causing upset and disruption on the playground and in the classroom creating a problem for school staff to control the trading, theft, and who owns what cards.
Students are not to bring toys, trading cards, wheelie shoes, skateboards, potentially dangerous objects, or unusual items to school unless the item is for a specific purpose in the classroom. Students must receive special permission from their teacher before bringing any toys or other items to school. All unauthorized or dangerous articles will be confiscated and returned only to a parent/legal guardian coming to school to claim the item.