Chris Dyszel (Pres)Kathy Buczek (Treas)Kristin Nolan (Hist)
Kathy Roosa (C Sec)Dustin Black (Webmaster)Rae
Ann Resta (1st VP)
Brian Kern Jennifer
Nowak (2nd VP)Michelle
Marte (R Sec)
Linda ChorbaJahaira PainoJerry Connaughton
The meeting began at 7:55 PM
Minutes from November were approved
you to Tracy Charest and Patty Arcidiacono for all their help with the
bulletin boards and Halloween parade.
reports will have two new subjects in addition to the specials, science
glove collection was very successful.
shoe collection to recycle shoes – box is to the right of the display case
calls for emergency will go to home phones in the evening and early
morning on the assumption that those are the times that people are home. If
there are issues during the school day calls will go out to all numbers.
Listed Calendar of Events & What’s happening at Heckman PTO
Extravaganza - Thank you to Kathy Buczek for an outstanding job in
coordinating a very fun and successful evening for our families.Thanks to everyone who pulled together
to make it all happen;Jennifer
Nowak, RaeAnn Resta, Jahaira Paino, Kathy Roosa, Amanda Black, Victoria
Johnson, Susan Reardon, Michele Gurysh, Trish Sexton, and all of the
volunteers and parent vendors.
escript and Bogia Book program – need more advertising to increase
participation.Target program –
Oliver Heckman receives 5% of Target purchases, link on website under
ongoing programs.Bogia book
program – you can buy a book for the library that is donated in their
name.Advertising ideas? Amanda
Black suggested labels for the agenda books.Brian Kern suggested the Heckman
Bingo – volunteers still needed for set up and snacks from 5:30 –
9pm.Thank you to Amanda Black for
volunteering to chair pizza bingo.
Nolan and Jennifer Nowak to chair spring book fair.Volunteer sign ups to come.
of a chairperson for copy helpers.
positions for 2011-2012 school year – open positions (President, and Corresponding
-tomorrow 1/20 9:30 – 11am – Heckman cafeteria.Come and find out what was discussed at
the PTO Meeting on Wednesday night, share thoughts and suggestions and
have a cup-o-Joe!Pot luck
snacks.Small children welcome.
Night (Oxford Valley)– Thursday
1/27 6 – 8:30pm
the halls – Mon 1/31 – Fri 2/4 –
During lunch/recess periods this week, the PTO will be collecting
donations (minimum $1) for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation.In return for each donation, your child
will pick a colored paper football, representing the Super bowl contender
of their choice, to sign and hang in the hallway.This is a great opportunity for the kids
(and grown-ups) to show their community and team spirit!
– Friday 2/46pm – 8:30pm
Maple Point Middle School Cafeteria.
– Wednesday 2/16
– Thursday 2/17
– kicks off on Tuesday 2/22artwork
will be due back in 3/7
at the Palace – Sunday 3/20 from 5:30 – 8pm
Scholastic Book Fair – March 4th
– 11th. Family nights will be 3/8 ,3/9
Puttin’ on the
Hits – Friday March 25th
at Maple Point Middle School.
Spring Fair –
Report – none this month
for books $152.20
Fratelli Restaurant Night $137.00
Neshaminy School District’s School Board
Meetings are replayed on NNTV, Comcast Channel 28, and Verizon Fios Channel 43
Monday 1/24 – Ed Development (6:30pm) – Board