April 25, 2022
BRAVO, MICHELLE PETERSEN AND ECHO HAMILTON! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CHAIRING THE COMMITTEE AND FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK. THE HOEDOWN WAS A HUGE SUCCESS AND SO MUCH FUN!!!
Thank you Alamo families for supporting the Spring Carnival and Hoedown! We hope everyone enjoyed the festivities! A huge kudos to the following people who helped make this such a successful family event: Echo Hamilton- event co-planner extraordinaire; Jennifer Lucchese- amazing cakewalk organizer even with a root canal; Tim Petersen- lights, lights, lights and more lights plus hay baler and parking lot attendant; Priscilla and Jon Khuns- dynamic duo; Travis Haymore- helping everywhere in his overalls; Tanya Krueger- for taking on the craft table projects and pie eating contest Bar Minze- website; Kelly Bowes- google sheets and will call packet guru; Erin Brooks- anywhere and everywhere help was needed day of and leading up to the event; Meghan Gaab- for stuffing over 350 giveaway bags; Hilarie Bako- prize booth set up (even though her family was sick and unable to attend she saw the project through and it looked fantastic); Nicole Delatorre- on site sales; Michelle Parkinson- night of was always where we needed her to be; Diane Seigel- signage; Monina Salazar and all staff for their faith and patience; Bonnie Bros for making sure the sprinklers were turned off and the lights were on; Shawna Mayer, Karen Zanatti and Natalie Breece- will call; Katharine Rudd, Dana Van Egdom, Melissa Mann, Lauren Krompier, Tessa Del Rio, Rachel Miegel, Bridget WIlliams, Rueyli Muhlfelder, Maral Soltani, Massuda Atta, Jerry Lee and Greg Bottini for all the day of set up help, Allison & Jeff Ross, Jeremy Krompier, Justin Brooks, Pete Ensrud, Kevin Walsh and Eddy Chan for clean up crew and a shout out to all parents who donated cakes and drinks; Mrs. Angle for the wonderful chimes and instrumental music. To all the parents that gave their time to make this event as I may have missed a few, THANK YOU. I hope you all see why Alamo School is so special.
The Earth day clean-up event on April 24, led by the fabulous Devyn Ahern, was another successful event at Alamo School. The school looked FANTASTIC when the kids and parents got through with it!. A huge thank you to Devyn, Pete Ensrud, Tanya Krueger, Nicole Rocca,, Tim Petersen, Alamo Cub Scouts Pack 53, Alamo 5th grade Brownie Troop and all the families who came out to show their love to Alamo School. Together we picked up a ton of trash, weeded garden beds, hosed down the amphitheater, and learned about Earth day, composting and recycling! A special shout out as well to Meghan Gaab who helped me clean out the PTA and Ed Fund trailer. I appreciate you girl!
Thank you to this amazing community- Michelle Petersen
April 25 CAASPP Continues this week
April 26 Hippy Club Meeting at lunch
April 26 School Site Council Virtual Meeting, 3:00 PM - AGENDA
April 27 PTA General Association Meeting, Virtual 6:30 PM
April 29 LAST DAY TO CHECK LOST AND FOUND (Unclaimed items will be donated)
April 30 Care Parent Network Workshop: Sibshop (see information below)
April 30 - May 8 Sports Basement Giveback Week
May 4 District String Festival, SRVHS 7:00 PM
May 4 PRISM Club Meeting at lunch
May 10 Hippy Club Meeting at lunch
May 10 Family Reading Night, Library 6:30 PM
May 11 Kindergarten Music Concert, 10:30 AM
May 16-20 CogAT Administered, Gr 2
May 17 Alamo Instrumental Music Concert, MPR 6:00 PM
May 18 PRISM Club Meeting at lunch
May 19 Open House, 6:00 PM-7:00 PM
May 20 Gr 1-2 Music Concert, 12:50 PM
May 24 Hippy Club Meeting at lunch
May 26 Gr 3-5 Music Concert, Time TBD
May 30 Memorial Day, NO SCHOOL
June 1 Field Day
June 2 Step Up Ceremony
June 2 Last Day of School, Minimum Day Dismissal K 10:30, 1-5 12:00
June 15-July 13 District Summer School (no school 6/20 & 7/4)
August 10 First Day of School (date changed)
Kudos to the PTA on an amazing Hoedown! It was so great seeing everyone together again.
Bocce, Bubbles and BBQ: Don’t miss out on “Bocce, Bubbles and BBQ”! Tickets are on sale now through May 8th, so get your friends together or come prepared to meet new people. You can read more about this event, purchase tickets and also preview the auction catalog here.
There is lots of information on this site, so if you have any additional questions, be sure to read the FAQ page. Attending this evening is the only way you can bid on a complete set of braces from Majeroni Orthodontics, 10 Disney Park hopper tickets, a Napa wine lovers package and VIP parking for the year in the upper lot, among other amazing items.
Want to play bocce, but don’t yet have a team? Still holding onto that bottle of wine you meant to donate? Email Echo at email@example.com and she can coordinate with you! More questions? View our FAQ page!
Sports Basement: It’s almost here! Gear up for summer with the Sports Basement giveback week April 30-May 8th! View this flyer for 20% off at Sports Basement, sign up to become a basementeer and give back to the Ed Fund with each purchase - not just this week but the whole year!
Volunteers for next year’s board positions: Do you have experience in graphic design? Are you organized and enjoy event planning? Would you be able to write emails seeking donations and organize items received? We need someone to fill our graphic designer and auction committee roles for next year! These important events cannot take place without volunteers to run these programs. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to hear about what positions are available or fill out our Google form to indicate your interest. Thank you for your consideration.
Amazon Wish Lists: Don’t forget to check out our Amazon Wish List for items our teachers would like in their classrooms.
Many thanks to our corporate sponsors who pledged their support to Alamo’s live auction fundraiser. Over the next several weeks we will be highlighting them in the Mustang News and on our social media channels!
We appreciate Jill Fusari’s Mustang Premier sponsorship of our events this year! A dynamic and dedicated real estate professional, Jill Fusari has been representing buyers and sellers across Alamo, Danville, Walnut Creek, San Ramon and beyond for the past 14 years. Always ready to help her clients achieve their real estate goals, Jill’s years of training and education have allowed her to focus her efforts on creating effective, personalized plans of action for each and every client in order to make the real estate process effortless and enjoyable from start to finish.
Budget update: We are getting close to the end of the year, but haven’t yet reached our budget goals! See here for an updated breakdown of the Ed Fund’s revenue and expenses for the 2021-2022 school year. We hope to meet or exceed our goals with the final results of Bocce, Bubbles and BBQ on May 21st!
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Ed Fund President
April 27, 6:30pm via Zoom: PTA General Association meeting. Please join us for our last general association meeting of the school year. We will be electing our slate for the 2022/23 year and will be hearing from the SRVCPTA Council on the Raise the Base campaign: The State of California provides funding for every student, from Siskiyou to San Diego, in an equal amount, based on grade level. The collective sum that our school district receives for all of our students, is known as the ‘base grant.’ This is the ‘base’ that the PTA would like to raise. Although other California school districts receive additional funding for socioeconomic reasons, San Ramon Valley Unified receives very little over the base amount. In fact, we are the 4th lowest funded unified school district per student in California. So, while raising the base helps all of California’s children, it especially helps our own kids get more of what we need. Pre Registration is required. Register HERE
Michelle Petersen and Nicole Rocca
Alamo Elementary PTA
2nd Grade Play: The Weather Show and Friendly Neighborhood Helpers
4th Grade Play: Gold Dust or Bust
5th Grade Panoramic Picture Order
Care Parent Network Workshop
The siblings of special needs kids are super special. This is an excellent way to build community when most of their immediate friends can't fully understand the emotional impact of being a special needs sibling.