WELCOME TO SHOREWOOD PTSA
The Shorewood PTSA is a vital part of the Shorewood community, supporting students and staff, and providing programs that include:
Classroom grants (formerly known as EQC or Education for Quality Classrooms)
Shorewood PTSA/Boosters combined newsletter
Student scholarship funds
Funding for homework support programs, intervention, career center opportunities, and advanced enrichment programs
Teacher appreciation lunches
Community services such as the Holiday Food Drive, Teen Gift Programs, and the WORKS
Advocacy for children at all levels of government
Parent education speakers
..... and more...
EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
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School and Community Support Resources - Updated March 27th
Family Supports During Shoreline School Closures
If you are in need of support, please contact your school’s Family Advocate to ask about available supports. If you’re not sure who your Family Advocate is, check here.
If you are able to lend support, please consider:
donating funds for the purchase of grocery or gas cards for families in need!
providing food, rental assistance and utility support, or child care access.
For programs above, get details here
Flyer: Family Support Resources
SHARE THE SHOREWOOD EXPERIENCE
Can you make a donation to help more students share in the Shorewood Experience?
Going to High School and feeling part of the community is a proven strategy for preventing students from dropping out of school. The costs for being part of the community can be great for those who cannot even afford the basics.
These costs include classroom fees, instrument rentals, dance tickets, theater tickets, caps and gowns, senior spree, yearbooks for seniors and so much more.
All donations make a difference in the life of a local student - $5, $10, $25, $100. Please support our Shorewood students! Thank you!!!
Parent/ guardians are invited to the monthly PTSA/ Principal Coffees.
The Coffees (please bring your own coffee!) last about an hour and are held in the Library Conference Room from 8:00 - 8:30 a.m.. We sometimes have an agenda and other times have a conversation based on parent questions. Attendees should sign in at the office upon entering the building. The 2020-21
schedule is posted on the calendar page.
To volunteer - for any SW PTSA event or bring in occasional treats for the staff - simply send an email to: email@example.com. In the message, include your name and the year your youngest child at Shorewood will graduate. You will receive occasional emails asking for volunteers and you can respond as you wish.
Shorewood PTSA Meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of every month during the school year, at
7 p.m. in the Shorewood career center. Everyone welcome!
The theme for 2020-21 is "I Matter Because...." and entries must use the theme as the inspiration for the artwork, composition, film/video, photograph, or literature.
Only original works of art are accepted. You can submit up to 2 entries (only 1 per category) in any of these six Arts areas:
· Visual Arts
· Music Composition
· Dance Choreography
· Film Production
The National PTA Special Artist Division is an option for students with disabilities who receive services under IDEA or Section 504 to have the opportunity and accommodations they may need in order to participate fully in the program. Special Artist division rules
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK:
DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 20th!
Download the entry form: HERE (TO FOLLOW)
Fill out and save the form on your computer. The form’s signature fields can be left blank (so you don’t have to print the form).
Email the completed form and a photo/video/word document of the work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital photo .jpeg files, MS Word or PDF documents, and MP4 or other video formats like iMovie accepted.
The Works shop is open all school-year round on Wednesdays from 6:00-8:30 at our NEW! Shoreline Center location. The entrance is located at 18560 1st Ave NE, facing the soccer field in Shoreline! Operated by Shoreline PTA Council , this community resource is available to all of Shoreline’s students regardless of need or family income.
Prom Shop is an additional resource of The Works that offers our tweens and teens a wide selection of formal and semi-formal wear, shoes, jewelry and accessories for guys and girls. We have appropriate clothing for orchestra and band concert attire, Homecoming and Prom as well as special occasions, like weddings, church, graduation, school music performances, etc.
Time to clean your closets?
Donations of any of these clothing items would be gratefully accepted, most especially costume jewelry, men’s clothing and shoes. We also accept other kids clothes, coats, clean socks and underwear, and hygiene products throughout the year.
**New! Use this handy online form to request to volunteer at The WORKS!** Note that the link goes to an external website hosted by secure.lglforms.com.
The WORKS is run by a committee of PTA volunteers representing many different schools throughout the Shoreline School District. They are supported each Wednesday by volunteers from local PTA units. Each local unit signs up to assist 2-3 Wednesdays during the school year. For this year’s schedule see Local PTA Schedule (updated 9.28.19).
PTA volunteers must read and agree to the Volunteer Guidelines before volunteering on site at The WORKS. A Volunteer Agreement must be filled out, signed and turned in the first time one volunteers each year. You can contact the Volunteer Coordinator to confirm you have an agreement filed for the current year.
Teen Volunteer Hours
The WORKS provides an opportunity for teen volunteer hours. There is limited space available on Wednesdays and teens must make arrangements ahead of time by contacting the Volunteer Coordinator - Jill Steinberg, email@example.com. Please see Student Volunteer Guidelines and Student Volunteer Agreement.
Youth Groups & Community Volunteers
The WORKS has many opportunities for groups to assist on special projects throughout the year. Sorting and packaging product drive items, restocking the clothing room, helping set up for special events are some of the ways groups can participate. To arrange for your group to volunteer please contact the Volunteer Coordinator - Jill Steinberg, firstname.lastname@example.org.