The Peach Pit
GCA PTSO Newsletter - December 2017
The Georgia Cyber Academy PTSO is a non-profit organization which is organized and operated for the charitable and educational purpose of assisting Georgia Cyber Academy in providing the best education possible to the children enrolled at the school.
To implement that purpose, the PTSO:
Provides family activities that build community within the school.
Provides learning opportunities through events and programs.
Provides funding for items not included in the school budget.
Holds various fundraisers in accordance with Georgia Cyber Academy’s policies to fund the above activities.
Membership and Meeting Dates
Becoming a GCA PTSO member is easy! Click HERE then select the Membership icon. For only $5 per school term you will receive access to special programs, have voting rights, and so much more. For GCA PTSO founding members, check your email for renewal instructions. GCA PTSO Members meet 4 times per year to provide progress reports, vote on new initiatives, and provide activity reports please join us:
GCA PTSO Meeting Dates for the 2017-2018 school year:
November 30, 2017
February 22, 2018
April 26, 2018
All meetings are accessed via the Coach Cafe icon on the GCA PTSO webpage, all meetings will be held at 7:00 PM Est. If you are unable to attend the archive of the meeting will be placed on the Archive page of the GCA PTSO website the next business day.
Regional Events Calendar
How GCA Families Gave Back
Friday November 17th we will go to the Harris County Community Center and bag food for the less fortunate. This will be our 3rd year doing this. We have so much fun!
Jerusalem House on November 11 will the church.
Helping the homeless
We will pick up trash at our local park and also teaching Sunday School this Sunday to our youth!
Volunteer with a foundation that focuses on providing support/resources to underprivileged youth and their families in Atlanta, GA.
Middle SchoolI am volunteering at my daughter's elementary school to help collect shoes, jackets and food for families in need.
Sponsoring a family for Christmas
Recently packed six shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. I will also be volunteering at the Pregnancy Resource Center of Gwinnett through my church on December 9th.
We are fostering a child for a long period of time.
After we got back from Agirama, Tori helped two different 80 year old ladies do their grocery shopping and carried their groceries to the car and then did the same for me, her 60 year old grandma and helped put all the groceries away.