T-Birds Serve is excited to partner with Something to Eat again for a feed the funnel party this semester.
T-Birds Serve Event
What: Something to Eat - Cone Zone Party
When: April 6, 9:30 - Noon
Whether you are 3 years old or 90+ years old, there is something you can do. You will stand shoulder to shoulder with your group and pour cups of rice, soy, vegetables, vitamins, and cheese into a bag and then weigh, seal, and box each bag as together we dream of each box going down the street to the local food pantry. Each meal you package will help the 1 in 5 children that struggle with food insecurity. Are you unsure of what being food insecure means? Don’t worry we will have an educational time where you can learn about this and other facts about hunger and poverty!
Join us for what is sure to be a FUN morning that will spark great conversation among your family!
MINIMUM DONATION OF $35 PER FAMILY (UP TO 4 PEOPLE) paid directly to Something to Eat. Please register by April 3rd.
If you have any questions or want to support T-Birds Serve in a bigger way, please contact Karen Badgett at 913-26-9342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s December already! Thank you to our whole community for your hard work and contributions over our first semester. We hope you can stop by Foo’s Fabulous Cafe at 95th and Mission on Tuesday, December 11th from 8:15-9:15 am for our PTA Member Appreciation meeting. Enjoy a made-to-order Foo’s coffee on us! We would love to see you there.
Heather McClure, PTA president
Please help the PTA thank our non-classroom teachers and staff by contributing to the non-classroom staff holiday fund to purchase gift cards. A suggested donation of $5 per family, or more if you wish, would be greatly appreciated! You may leave your donation in the office by Friday, December 7th.
Each year, the PTA wishes our Trailwood staff happy holidays by providing them with a box of delicious HOME BAKED cookies. Please help us make the staff feel special by baking 3 DOZEN of your favorite cookie. Cookies will be collected, packaged, and delivered to each staff member the morning of Thursday, December 13.
Volunteers will be out in the carpool lane on that morning to collect your baked goods.
Click here to sign up!
Legislative Update - January 8, 6:30 p.m.
Our legislative update from our state senators was a success so we are doing it again with our state House members, Rep. Stephanie Clayton and Rep. Jan Kessinger, on January 8 from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. A new session will be starting in Topeka the following week so there will be a lot to discuss when it comes to funding schools, taking care of our awesome teachers, school safety and more. You'll want to hear how our new governor and changes in the legislature, including the loss of a number of moderates in Johnson County, will affect the agenda. Mark your calendars and plan to come out! Child care is provided (as always). See you there!
This year's election is over and we saw extremely high turnout in area. Well done! Here are some of the most education-relevant results for the Trailwood area.
US Representative - Sharice Davids
KS Governor - Laura Kelly
State Representative - Stephanie Clayton (generally north of 99th St) and Jan Kessinger (generally south of 99th St)
Johnson County Chair - Ed Eilert
Johnson County Commission - Janee Hanzlick (Overland Park families) and Becky Fast (Prairie Village families)
Here are two articles that show how the election results could impact our school in the coming months and years:
Please fill out the form and drop it at my house (3517 West 97th Place) or email me your order. The t-shirts are at my house. Thanks for supporting Indian Woods PTA!
Jennifer Burns Jboresow@gmail.com