SEPTEMBER At a Glance
First Day for 2nd - 5th Grades
First Day for K/1
Tears & Cheers K/1 Parents Reception
Directly after drop off, outside doors on west side of Waukesha St. Garden
PTO Meeting via Zoom
FOOD @ SCHOOL
A big THANK YOU to all teachers, staff, and families in our community. We are distanced these days, but together we stand strong.
HELP US RAISE FUNDS
Donate to the PTO via PayPal
Do you use Amazon? Did you know that the PTO can receive donations through your Amazon purchases using Amazon Smile? Visit AmazonSmile and on your first visit select Van Hise Elementary PTO to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. They will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation. See smile.amazon.com/about for more information.
We thank you for considering a donation! As a PTO, we work hard to support our students, families, teachers, and staff. Every donation is greatly appreciated. Our Annual Direct Appeal ended in November, but we are always accept and appreciate donations. Please be in touch with our treasurer if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Box Tops for Education
The Fall Box Tops Challenge is on! The Box Tops program helps us earn free money for our school. Clip Box Tops off participating products or download the app and simply scan receipts. The class that collects the most will be celebrated during Ms. Seidl's Wednesday announcements.
The contest has been extended to run through February 22, 2021.
Raise Money While Purchasing School/Office Supplies
Simply make a purchase of qualifying school supplies at Office Depot/Office Maxx, provide VHE's school ID (70109360) at checkout - either in store or online, and VHE will receive 5% back in credits for FREE supplies!
This year, VHE is the designated school for Office Depot/Office Maxx in Madison. Now through October 31st, round up or make a donation of any amount at the register, and they will pass that amount along as a credit to our school. Spread the word!