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Exciting News for Wear Blue for Kindness Day
Wear Blue for Kindness Day (#WB4K) just took a huge leap forward! On Tuesday, February 19th, our Mayor, Christie Malchow will read a City Proclamation declaring March 14th as Wear Blue for Kindness Day for the City of Sammamish. This movement started right here with the McAuliffe PTSA. We couldn't be more excited to see our school district, schools in surrounding cities and now our Sammamish government adopt this day to help show our children the kindness will prevail.
Please join us at the City Council Meeting wearing your finest blue to help us commemorate the event.
Tues., Feb. 19th, 7pm, Sammamish City Hall
We're looking for new people to join our PTSA Board for the 2019-2020 year!
Are you someone who would like to be more involved with our PTSA or do you know someone who would be a great addition? Let us know by contacting our Nominating Committee.
We are having a very casual, no commitment, super friendly Info Session on Monday, February 11th in the Commons from 9:20-10:20. Come meet the current board members to learn about open positions and see just how awesome and fun it is to be on the board.
McAuliffe PTSA Receives Silver Level Membership Award!
We have recently been recognized by Washington State PTA as a Silver Membership Growth Award recipient! PTAs are presented with this award for enrolling members equaling at least 105% of their previous year’s total membership. That means our PTSA is growing! Thank you to everyone who has become a member so far this year: YOU are the reason our PTSA achieved this award! Not a member yet? There's still time! Use the link below.
Looking for ways to volunteer at school but you're not sure where to start?
Go check out our Volunteer Opportunities page to see opportunities and sign up to get more information.
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