GCA PTSO Newsletter
A Message from your PTSO President!
The wait is over! The GCA PTSO Cookbook is ready for purchase.
Our Georgia Cyber Academy teachers, staff, parents, learning coaches, and students contributed recipes for this cookbook. It is a combination of Appetizers, Desserts, Main Dishes, Casseroles, Side Dishes, Dips, and easy to read Conversion Tables. The recipes range from easy to make snacks, to delicious main dishes that we are sure you will enjoy making for your family.
Thank you to everyone who helped with this project.
Click the link below to purchase your very own copy of "GCA Cooks". http://www.thebookpatch.com/BookStore/gca-ptso-cookbook/26ec473a-fb5d-47e2-8255-fac0bc0473df?isbn=9781682732601
GCA PTSO Gave Back!!!
When I asked the student, "How did you Give Back to your community?" she responded, "
We volunteer at elderly homes all around Georgia. WE not only help take care of the elders, we help them survive ! What we do is we help clean up their house, help them feel comfortable, help them eat ( including cooking), and of course help them get around and about everywhere. Sometimes we just go shopping for them !"
We would like to thank the Orris family along with everyone who Gave Back during our drive.
Congratulations to the PTSO's First Scholrship Recipitent!
Remember to be keeping an eye out. We will be offering one more Full CNA Scholarship before the end of the year.
Georgia Cyber Academy PTSO Leadership and Development Scholarship
We are inviting you to participate in the Georgia Cyber Academy PTSO Leadership and Development Scholarship.
The Georgia Cyber Academy Leadership and Development Scholarship was established by the PTSO in recognition of the dedication of Georgia Cyber Academy students who choose to further their personal leadership and development through higher education for future prosperity.
We are asking for any and all donations for this scholarship. Donations can be made at the link below. PTSO will match all donations dollar for dollar up to $500 total. Please help us help a student reach their goals.
Information on how to apply will be announced soon.
Every month Lowe’s and Home Depot have clinics for kids. These are completely FREE and are held nationally, so you don’t have to go to the one in your city/region. Home Depot is the first Saturday of every month. Kids get an apron, a pin, and a certificate, plus they get to keep the project they make. Registration is HIGHLY recommended as some areas fill up faster than others. You can see the schedule here: www.workshops.homedepot.com/workshops/kids-workshops
Lowe’s holds their kids’ clinics on the second Saturday of every month. Kids get an apron, safety goggles, and a certificate, plus they get to keep the project they make. Registration is HIGHLY recommended as some areas fill up faster than others. You can check the schedule here: www.lowes.com/buildandgrow
January 14, 2016: Skits R Us! For teens in grades 6-12 – Gwinnett County Library, Snellville Branch 5:00-6:00
January 19, 2016: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Party! For kids in grades 3-5 – Gwinnett County Library, Snellville Branch 5:00-6:00
January 25, 2016: Fayetteville FUN BOWL – 124 N 85 Pkwy, Fayetteville - $1 each game per person $3.99 shoe rental – All Day beginning at Noon
January 28, 2016: Wii Gaming for Teens – Gwinnett County Library, Snellville Branch 4:30-5:30 – Grades 6-12 Marianna has set-up a MONTHLY ongoing Indoor Rock-Climbing event for the 1st Wednesday of every month. Check the Facebook page or Parent-Led Calendar for more information.