Welcome to D103 PTO
Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) of District 103 is a volunteer-based non-profit organization focused on supporting our schools to enhance the learning process for our children. We accomplish it in several ways. More about it here.
We need you! Please join our team - one of the best and most direct ways to participate in your child's school days.
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News and reminders
Sprague School & Half Day School
A request from our principals! Please consider donating a box of hand wipes, such as Wet Ones© or comparable, to your school. These are needed for kids to wipe their hands after lunch to avoid cross contamination and allergic reactions. Thank you!
WE NEED YOU - to come to Half Day Indoor Recess!
Ask any 4th grader: Indoor Recess was no fun - until this year! Unfortunately, without your help, it will not happen. Any rainy days are bound to come soon! Sign up to come during your lunch hour to help us supervise the children as they enjoy their Indoor Recess during a set of activities involving: the gym (active games), the classrooms (board games, activities) or quiet reading in the library. We've got 12:00pm to 1:00pm Half Day Indoor Recess supervisor slots that need to be filled into December. Even if you're not a Half Day parent, we'd love to have you! You're only called in if we're having inclement weather. If you have any questions or would like to get involved with this one and only opportunity, contact Jackie Curtis at firstname.lastname@example.org. To sign up, follow the link to Sign Up Genius.
Daniel Wright School
5th grade Health Events
Parent Ed opportunities:
Carrie Goldman, Nov. 6
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! D103 PTO Parent Education is proud to host Award Winning Author Carrie Goldman on Thursday November 6, 2014 from 7:00PM-9:00PM in the Daniel Wright Cafeteria. Carrie is a dynamic nationally recognized speaker who shares cutting edge research about bullying and social conflict. She will present on issues including: bullying prevention, intervention, and reconciliation; digital citizenship in the age of cyberbullying; restorative justice and resolving social conflicts. Don’t miss this opportunity!
For more details, see the flier or visit PTO Website.
Dr. Michael Thompson
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Parent Ed presents: Carrie Goldman on Social Conflict vs. Bullying, November 6th
Learn about bullying prevention, intervention, and reconciliation; digital citizenship in the age of cyberbullying; restorative justice and resolving social conflicts. Details and RSVP here.
5th grade Health Events: November 17th and November 19th
An evening to learn new ways to talk with each other and to share some information on growing up! These events will include information on growing up, including body changes, and will assist with new ways to talk with each other. More info coming soon.
Annual Book Fair, December 6th
There will be activities and entertainment for the entire family, Teacher wish lists, the Giving Tree and a raffle. In past years, you have helped to make our BOOK FAIRS extremely successful events, and we are hoping, with your help and support, to make this year even better! More details coming soon.