January 17, 2020
pta executive board nominations open
The following are brief descriptions of the various roles and responsibilities on the PTA Board.
The following positions are considered the PTA Executive Board.
VP Leadership - Shadows the President to prepare for the following year of service, attends all HPTC meetings at Central Office, assists with summer registration, Back to School lunch for teachers/staff, Soup lunch in January for teachers/students, coordinates Bridge to Berry for 5th grade students
VP Financial (two) - Coordinates all fundraisers: Leave a Legacy, Back to School Bingo, Movie Night
VP Membership - Keeps membership records, coordinates both Fall and Kindergarten registration with help of administration, and creates carpool tags
VP Programs (two) - Coordinates Room Coordinators for teachers, Parent Night teacher meals, Newcomer’s Coffee in Fall, Teacher Appreciation Week, Stock the Classroom
VP Student Programs - Helps library coordinate Young Author's Week and book fairs, Bus Safety in fall, Red Ribbon Week, Field Day, Senior Walk
Treasurer - Responsible for PTA funds and budget, annual audit
Assistant Treasurer - Assist Treasurer
Recording Secretary - Records minutes of meetings and oversees office supplies
The following positions are appointed positions. These positions will be appointed by the President at a later date. These are not a part of the elected slate, per the PTA bylaws.
Corresponding Secretary - Manages PTA bulletin board, Sunshine Committee: notes, flowers, cards on behalf of the board
Parliamentarian - Advises on parliamentary procedure, Chairman of Nominating Committee, and Lost and Found
Communications Director - Manages Marquee information/calendar and Social Media postings
Volunteer Coordinators - Compiles volunteer list and recruits volunteers for front office, book fair and related PTA activities, helps administration with set up and volunteers for hearing and vision screening and school pictures.
Please submit information on those interested in serving on the 2020-2021 PTA Board by 2/08/2020.
Pre-Registration for Pre-K has begun! We hope to be awarded two classroom grants next year.
Blue Out Day for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation was a huge success! We raised $1,124.83 for JDRF. Thank you!
Family Math Night is Coming! All students who attend will earn 5 HOUSE Points!
Celebrating Our School Resource Officer
Fifth graders showed their love, respect, and appreciation for our amazing Officer Katie by presenting her with essays they had written and with roses. Congratulations to Maggie P. and Will J. whose essays were chosen to represent our school at the district level for this very valuable writing competition that honors our school SROs.
Congratulations to Chloe S. and James August B. for writing firefighter poems that will be sent to represent Greystone at the district level.
Birthday Book Club
Congratulations to these students for demonstrating joy during the month of December!
Erin's Law Information
MARK YOUR CALENDARS WITH THESE IMPORTANT DATES!
January 18th - Spirit Day at Master Scarsella's World Class Tae Kwon Do - 1:00 pm
January 18th - Jumpin' Jags perform at Lakeshore Foundation - 2:00 pm
January 20th - No School for MLK, Jr. Day
January 21st - Hoover Board of Education Community Meeting 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm - @Riverchase Landing
January 22nd - 3rd and 5th Grades Scantron Reading
January 23rd - 3rd and 5th Grades Scantron Math
January 23rd - PTA Board meeting - 10:00 am
January 24th - Kindergarten to Wee Folks Theater - 8:30 am
January 24th - Family Math Night - 5:30 - 7:00 pm
January 30th - City Leaders Breakfast - 9:00 am
February 1st - Hoover City Schools GEMS event @ Rocky Ridge - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
February 1st - Gingerbread Man Run - 2:00 pm
Digital Citizenship Parenting Tip for January
Did you know you can help our school by participating in the Box Tops for Education program?
congratulations lions! Our 1st semester champions!!
Our Greystone Motto
Learn - Lead - Leave a Legacy
Our Greystone Mission
As a school community, we empower learners, inspire leaders, and encourage all children to reach their potential.
Our Greystone Vision
Empowering a generation of learners and leaders to leave a legacy.