When completing spring cleaning around your home please remember that we now have a Planet Aid bin on school property (PMA is paid a small amount per pound collected). Planet Aid accepts clothing, shoes, blankets, towels, etc. Planet Aid sells the goods to thrift stores and textile suppliers. It then donates the net proceeds to international development programs. We also have a bin for paper and another for books, cd’s, etc. If you notice a bin is full please notify Kim Flint in the school office.
PMA now has an email address set up for notifying the school of an absent or tardy student. The email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I am sure that many of you will find this a much more efficient way to notify the school when your child will be out. Simply save the address in your smart phone or computer and send a quick email if your child will be late or absent. Please be sure to include the reason. All notifications must be sent to the school by 8:30 am. Please do not send car line/after school changes to this email address. For those changes you should send a note to your child’s teacher. If you still wish to call in the absence, you may do so at 603-889-6054 ext. 455. Please direct any questions to Kim Flint in the main office at 603-889-6054 ext. 200 or email@example.com.
All yearbook orders must be turned into the main office by tomorrow, Friday, March 6. Yearbooks MUST be pre-ordered. They will not be for sale later in the school year. The cost per book is $34.00
Please contact Kim Flint in the main office with question 603-889-6054 ext. 200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is the link for the 2015 Scholarship Information and Application sponsored by Educational Outfitters.
If you can not access Facebook, the forms can be found on the PMA website in the Parent Portal/Forms & Links
PMA WALKATHON TO SUPPORT CANOPY/ OVERHANG FOR CAR LINE WAITING AREA! Our Walk-a-Thon fund-raising challenge this year is a unique one, and one that should be near and dear to the hearts of every PMA parent and child. We want to raise $50,000! The goal? A new industrial-strength canopy/ roof overhang for the carline drop-off and pick-up location to be constructed for use at the back of the school. This is a much needed and costly structure for the protection of our children and staff during inclement weather of rain, snow and/or freezing temperatures. You have no doubt witnessed the need for this structure first-hand!
PLAN AHEAD FOR YOUR SUMMER CAMPS AT PMA We are in the process of planning four weeks of summer camp at PMA for students of all age groups. The camps will run from June 15-19 to accommodate families who have a hard time finding child care the week after school finishes. July Summer camps will run for three weeks beginning July 13 and end on July 31 for five days a week from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. Registration information and details about the various camps being offered was sent home in February. We will offer a variety of programs and camps including sports clinics, swimming, arts and crafts, cheerleading, drama and theatre, wilderness adventures, robotics, etc.
This year, the PMA staff and students will work extra hard to save coins for the Annual Great Penny Challenge. All the money raised through the Penny Challenge will be donated to help Christians in the Middle East who are being evicted from their homeland due to their faith, especially Catholic Christians. We have a direct connection with these persecuted Christians as two of our families have families in the Middle East directly affected by this horrific crisis. The money raised through our Penny Challenge will be sent to a Catholic Mission church responsible for aiding the persecuted and homeless Catholics in the Middle East. The challenge began on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Thursday, April 2, with a prayer service. Parents, save your coins and join our Penny Challenge. Thank you!