Culture and Music Night: Please join us in celebrating the diversity of our community on March 7th from 5:45-8:00PM. We invite you to share something about your family culture or heritage by creating a display booth, bringing artifacts, facilitating an activity, sharing a traditional dish, or contributing in any other way. Sign up here! http://tinyurl.com/JuanElCN-ASM We will have Super Gyros, Tacos El Guiero and Piroshky Piroshky food trucks onsite throughout the entire event! .
Unfortunately, due to the snow, the play had to be rescheduled – here are those new dates!!!
Come see the play the kids are working hard at this week! On The Briny Seas has Orphan Annie, Sailor Hansolo, Hansel & Gretel and even a Flounder! Come check it out!
Tickets sold at the door.
Less than a month away! We are excited for another holiday bazaar at Juanita Elementary and have some amazing vendors signed up this year.
5th Grade Families:
Volunteer to Help with the Bazaar and/or Donate Sweet Treats and Baked Goods : https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084baaa62da0fe3-2018
Thank you to everyone that attended last night’s PTA Meeting and Award’s Ceremony. It was such a special night and we loved seeing new and old Juanita faces. Additionally we are excited for next year’s board. With these people leading the way, the 2018-2019 school year is sure to be a great.
**Outstanding Educator – Aurora Capone
**Golden Acorn – Allison Clevenger
**Bertha Fitzgerald Award for Outstanding Service – Tom Kracht
**Top Dog – Juan Johnson
**Certificate of Appreciation – Rochelle Curry
**Honorary Lifetime Memberships – Julie Main, Allison Miles, Rachel Jones
Also, we were proud to announce that the recipient of the 2018 Juanita El. PTA Scholarship goes to Simone Marrujo.
Last but not least YOUR 2018-2019 PTA Board:
**Co-Presidents: Natalie Drennon and Laura Spencer
**Treasurer: Sue Carmouche
**Secretary: Chelsea Mann
**Communications: Heidi Davidson
**Ways and Means: Shannon Martin
**Membership: Deanne Dhara
**Volunteer Services: Ashley Brennan
**Hospitality: Lisa Brixel
**Advocacy: Natalie Trudell
**Enrichment: Sonia Dela Cruz
We still have an opening in our Programs position – so if you would like to join a great team and want to learn more please email [email protected]
In December our 4th Grade Class will be hosting Juanita’s 3rd annual Holiday Bazaar. In order to make it a little fun they will be including a basket auction. If you would like to make a donation (think business gift certificates, sports tickets, etc…) or have some new items that would fit these great themes, we would love to accept the donation. Also, remember that your donations are tax-deductible and this event benefits Outdoor Education. Questions email [email protected]
Here are some fun Basket Ideas: Auction Flyer Ideas
Did you know it’s Walk to School Week and Bike Month? Kirkland is supporting Juanita Elementary in encouraging students to walk, bike or carpool to school. The purpose of this is to help reduce the number of cars on the road in Kirkland and to promote exercise.
There will be prizes each day during bike to school week and a drawing towards the end of the month. Plus, have your child fill out one of the School Pool Calendars that went home last week or pick another one up outside of the school office, turn it in and the school will earn money.
Our staff and teachers are our Stars! ⭐ What a fun surprise walking through the halls and seeing all their personal stars on the Walk of Fame and their specialized posters. 🎥 Plus they started off the day right with a yummy parfait bar and later today will be treated to massages (thank you Meadows Massage). 🌟
Our Seattle Mariners may have not won the game, but our Juanita El. Choir knocked it out of the park. Their singing of our National Anthem was beautiful and made our school community proud.
Special thanks to Mrs. Paige and Mrs. Kohlwes for making this event a reality. Also to all our chaperones and families that participated.
Parents/Guardians…mark your calendars now for Thursday, June 7th at 7pm in the Juanita Commons. Our PTA is hosting a FREE Parent Education Night on Internet Safety. If you haven’t yet heard Stefanie Thomas speak, it is well worth your time.
With the increased trend of elementary age students having cell phones at younger ages, social media accounts, participating in online gaming, etc… comes issues like cyberbullying and phone addiction. We want to help by providing you with tools to help navigate this world that your kids are entering or will be entering soon. Please spread the word about this important educational evening for adults.
What a night! Tonight’s annual carnival was so much fun and will definitely go down as one of the best we’ve had to date.
Thank you to everyone that came and helped to make it possible including all our volunteers. Also thank you to our principals and teachers for being willing to go into the dunk tank…. Mrs. Stairs, Mrs. Appelgate, Mrs. Kohlwes, Ms. Nappa and Mrs. Baker. It wasn’t warm, but their school spirit impressed us all. With their help we raised quite a bit for Hopelink and Pantry Packs.