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May 23, 2022

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May 27 - 5th Grade Celebration 9:30a

May 27 - Last Day of School - 1:40p Dismissal

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Hamburger Day Thank You!

A HUGE thank you to Christine Jereza and Melissa LaCoy for organizing and for all of the parent volunteers that were able to spend some time with us today!
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Spirit Days End of Year Countdown

We will be doing a number of spirit days to celebrate the time we have left this school year:
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Device Collection for Unregistered Students 5/25

Any students that are not registered for the 2022-2023 school year will have their devices collected on Wednesday, May 25.


If you have already registered for the 2022-2023 school year, your student(s) will hang on to their devices for the summer.


If you still need to register, you can do that by following the link below.

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Last Day of School - 1:40pm Dismissal

May 27 has been finalized as the last day of the 2021-2022 school year. It will be a 1:40p early dismissal day.


Report Cards will be emailed to families on the last day of school. MAP and Aimsweb assessment reports will be send home with students the last week of school.

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22-23 School Supplies Available for Purchase

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Week of May 23
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**Menu items subject to change due to availability and supply chain disruptions. A meal will always be available for every student who would like one.**
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Superdawg Dine & Share


Enjoy an evening at the “Drive-In”!

Indian Grove PTC’s next Dine-Out Fundraiser

Monday, May 16th thru Sunday, May 22nd



Dine out any day (or everyday) of the week to support our school!

Superdawg Drive-In is donating 20% of the group’s sales during this time period to our school! Make as many copies of this printed flyer as you’d like. Photo copies will be accepted – so share with your family, friends and neighbors!

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PTC Board and Committee Openings for 2022- 2023 School Year

Are you looking for a way to volunteer and get involved at Indian Grove?


The Indian Grove PTC gives parents and teachers the opportunity to work together to supplement and enrich the educational experience for our students. With the return to in-person events again this spring, we will be looking for volunteers to help create a fun experience for the students and to support our teachers and staff.


We'll be looking for PTC Board Members, Committee heads and volunteers for upcoming events. There will be several opportunities to volunteer your time this spring and next school year. We'd love to have you join us!


For the 2022 - 2023 school year, we have these PTC Board and Committee Openings:


PTC Vice President (2022-2023 School year)

  • Assists the president(s) and carries out duties in his or her absence

  • Coordinates, recruits and motivates the Committee heads and updating the Committee head spreadsheet.

  • Organizes Effie Tsoronis Award and Volunteer appreciation.


PTC Secretary (2022-2023 School year):

  • Keeps all records of the PTC, including minutes, agendas, and bylaws.

  • Handles the PTC email communications and correspondence.

  • During PTC meetings:

  • Takes attendance, presents the draft minutes of the previous meeting, making any corrections.

  • Ensure approved minutes are included in the PTC's permanent record.

  • Takes minutes, including counting and recording any votes


Committee Heads needed for 2022-2023 school year:


Breakfast with Buddies - May 2023.

This committee head will organize a special breakfast with your favorite relatives. Communicate the event, take orders, purchase the food and beverage, organize volunteers, and set up the cafeteria the morning of the event. This event is held on two consecutive mornings before school in May.


Thank you,

Your Indian Grove PTC

Indian Grove Parent-Teacher Council

Our mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
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