The SCS PTSA
This year, we’re doing a modified version of our Gryphons Make-A-Wish drive. Instead of purchasing items, we would like to gift each graduate with a $20 gift card to a local retail store such as Walmart and Target. Visa gift cards may be purchased as well, but please make sure you incur the fee and not the student. For example, Visa gift cards can be purchased in an SECU branch for $2 per card.
If you’re able and willing to contribute, please complete the form below by Wednesday, May 26th. All gift cards are due to Ms. Settle by June 1st.
Form link –https://forms.gle/bdUetmEMuyQbQe4r6
If you can, please take a few moments this week to thank the teachers at SCS! ❤️
It is time to pass the torch! The SCS PTSA needs you! On May 12th, the PTSA will be holding elections for the upcoming 21-22 school year. Volunteers are needed for the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary positions. Some of our veteran board members are willing to remain on the board as committee chairs or at-large members to help our PTSA continue to be successful. If you would like to help, please click on the link or image below for more information on the positions and to place your name on the ballot. Let’s make this upcoming school year the best yet for SCS!
Join us tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 11th at Chipotle from 4-8pm!
3800 N. Roxboro Rd, Durham, NC
You have to order between 4-8pm for your purchase to count towards our fundraiser.
Please remember to let the cashier know you are there to support the SCS PTSA fundraiser.
Show the flyer on your phone!
If you order online please use our unique code – ZDG43GM
Thank you for your support!!
If you are unable to click on the image above, please copy and paste the URL link below into your web browser.
Thank you so much!
~ The SCS PTSA
|North Carolina PTA Update for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Raleigh, NC (March 12, 2020): In response to the coronavirus COVID-19, Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency.
The worldwide outbreak of illness caused by coronavirus, which includes cases in North Carolina, has created concerns among families regarding potential risks their children may face at school.
Fortunately, school districts across the state are developing important information, valuable resources and procedures for how schools should handle the coronavirus, and are informing and educating school communities about how to respond in the event that students or families are forced to confront the disease directly.
North Carolina Parent Teacher Association (NCPTA) encourages councils, local unit PTAs and families to work closely with their school officials to learn about preventative measures being implemented in their local communities.
NCPTA is North Carolina’s oldest and largest volunteer organization advocating for the education, health, safety, and success of all children and youth while building strong families and communities.
The health, safety, and well-being of the children and their families across North Carolina is our main priority, so we have provided the following valuable resources to help parents stay informed:
All the Best,
Harold Dixon, President
|Contact: Mari Urness Pokornowski, Executive Director
North Carolina PTA
Phone (919) 787-0534
Fax (919) 787-0569
3501 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, NC 27612