Every year, the Council hosts a luncheon to thank our presidents and principals for their support of PTA. The relationship between a PTA president and their principal is essential to PTA’s success. With them working as a team, so much can be accomplished.
The McKamy MS Band Honor Wind Ensemble performed for us and did an outstanding job! Thank you to their director, Russell Cote, and McKamy MS principal, Peter Taggart, for making it happen. Amber Fulton from Friends of Texas Public Schools was our speaker and did a wonderful job of reminding us of why we need to stand up for public education.
Thank you so much to all who were able to attend. To those who weren’t able, we missed you and hope to see you next year. Thank you for all that you do.
October’s regular meeting is this Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 9:30am. Please join us at the Bolin Admin Center located at 1565 West Main St., Lewisville, on the corner of Main and Garden Ridge.
The Vendor Fair will be open before and after the meeting from 8:30am-9:30am and 11:00am-12:00pm. Your PTA’s program and fundraising chairs are welcome along with any other board member that might be interested.
Our presentation will be about LISD’s Choices: Safe and Drug Free Schools and the services that they provide, free of charge, to both parents and students.
We are selling Council t-shirts this year for $15. If you have one, please wear it, if not please wear your spirit wear. We will be selling the LISD Council t-shirts for $15.
Presidents and principals are always welcome. We look forward to seeing you!
Congratulations to THREE LISD bands for placing in the Bands of America Denton Regional competition! Hebron HS Band took first place, Marcus HS band second, and Flower Mound HS Band third. It’s an LISD sweep!
Hebron High School Band
Marcus High School Band
Flower Mound High School Band
Congratulations to Creekside Elementary School PTA! In the Texas PTA Connection Day prize drawing their PTA won a Back the Future prize package valued at over $1800! Check out their Facebook page.
942 PTAs pledge 227,746 members!
Texas PTA Winners for the Prize Drawings
“Museum in the Classroom” package from Dinosaur George valued at over $3,500:
- Independence Elementary School PTA in Keller!
T-shirts/spirit-wear of their choosing from Gandy Ink valued at $2,500
- Haggard Middle School PTA in Plano!
back the future prize package valued at over $1,800
- Creekside Elementary School PTA in Lewisville
- Covington Middle School PTA in Austin
- Stephen F. Austin High School PTA in Austin
Have you checked out the Texas PTA website lately? No, you should – it’s awesome!
LISD Council of PTAs cordially invites you
Back The Future PTA Rally
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Lewisville High School’s Leo C. Stuver auditorium.
The 2014-2015 School year is shaping up to be a big year for Texas PTA. With our combined passion for education, our LISD Community will be making a tremendous impact during this year’s Legislative Session!
Join as as we welcome Dr. Stephen Waddell, LISD Superintendent, who will share the State of the District. You will also have an opportunity to hear and speak to our local State Representatives.
As parents and community leaders, we play an important part in making Texas and our District a better place for children. Please forward this to your entire board and PTA members (and non Members!). We want to give them an opportunity to hear the State of our District as well as provide them the chance to speak to our elected officials.
We will have a Breakfast Networking Session from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. and the Council meeting will begin promptly at 9:30. Chairs from different Committees will be on hand to answer questions regarding Programs for the 2014-2015 school year.
Thank you for your continued leadership and service! The students of LISD appreciate all that you do!
Click here to respond to the Evite and let us know by September 8th. We hope to see you there!
LISD Council of PTAs Board
Walk/Bike to school is Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Visit the Environmental Awareness page for tips on how to encourage your school to be environmentally conscientious and walk or bike to school.