Norms Reviewed: Meetings will begin on time
Be active participants
Questions and answers will be addressed at the appropriate time
We will be respectful of each other at all times.
---Mrs.Heather Greene began the meeting, and norms were read.
--- Discussion: Parent Leadership conference was held at Naugatuck Valley. Parents were very engaged . Mr. Clay, and Jennifer Kee, , Jaden Polluck’s mother, received awards. Best practice on The Walking School Bus was given by Mr. Clay. Heather Greene was on the committee, and participated also. Mr. Clay said that we need more programs for parents. For example, internet for parents in a school space-called Internet Café for Parents. Put this on for next year.
--- Mother’s Day Tea – Six parents attended for information on support services. They gave out a lot of pamphlets.
---- The Gathering; Miss Connolly said it was the largest crowd yet. 11:00-8:00 pm A lot of singing, dancing, and food, after the parade. Net year-maybe a float? Candy idea was good-but hand out candy. Thinking of using a mascot eagle for parade next year.
--- Career Day is planned for Friday June 5, 2015. Miguel Reyes is coming. Also Police chief Riddick.
---- Plan calendar for next year, and discuss members. In the Fall, nomination sheets will be given out for new members. Also Mrs. Greene will finish 2 years, and Mrs. Moynihan will finish 4 year
That is, her second 2 year term.
--- Voted on the meetings as the last Tuesday of the month.
September 29, 2015 January 26, 2016
October 27, 2015 February 23, 2016
November 17, 2015 March 29, 2016
December 15, 2015 April 26, 2016
May, 31, 2016 (last meeting)
THANK YOU to everyone for your help this year.
--- Discussion: Successes of the school year:
Behavior issues decreased
Safe routes for school-incl. new bus
Earth Day clean up
Dr. Suess Night
Career Day –we will anticipate an exciting day
Hispanic Heritage Festival
GOALs and ideas for next year; Get letters during the summer for ideas/people we would like to have. Suggestion was to have Zumba next year for parents by Cherie Lamb.