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Welcome our New Sligo PTSA Officers for 2018-2019

At our General Meeting on May 8, 2018, we elected our slate of officers for the 2018-2019 school year: Elected Officers: Rachel Cornwell, President Pat Coleman, VP for Administration Emily Kirby, VP for Fundraising Carolyn Mozden, VP for Membership Leticia Barr, VP for Communications Dona Gentile, Secretary Heather Lair, Treasurer Other Officers: Tamara Overby, NAACP Parent … Continue reading

PTSA awards $2,435 in staff mini-grants!

This fall, Sligo staff submitted mini-grant proposals to the PTSA for things that are not covered in the school budget.  Thanks to our membership dues and successful fundraisers (especially Fitness Fun Day), the PTSA was able to award grants for the following: 2 cameras for Digital Art and Photography Ceramic tiles for Mosaic art Food … Continue reading

Como Hablo Con Mi Hijo/a Sobre? Dec. 12, 6:30-8:30

La adolescencia puede ser una etapa difícil para jóvenes y padres. Hablaremos de cómo podemos como padres construir una relación positiva con nuestros adolescentes. La PTSA (Asociación de Padres Maestros Estudiantes) de Sligo Middle School le invita a una presentación interactiva dirigida en español por la Dra. Claudia Campos,Psicóloga Clínica, reconocida en el área por sus … Continue reading

Volunteer for Fitness Fun Day

Greetings Sligo Parents! For the third year in a row, Sligo Middle School PTSA is organizing a Fitness Fun Day to be held Wednesday, November 15, during the school day. This is the school’s largest fundraiser, and our goal this year is to raise $20,000 to support the school. To make this event possibe, we … Continue reading

Travel Opportunity: Peru 2019

Dear Sligo Parents and Guardians, Ms. Monroe and I are sponsoring a trip to Peru in June of 2019.  If you are interested in having your child attend the trip, please let us know and we will send you information about this exciting opportunity. Spaces are limited. We only have 27 slots. If you reserve your child’s … Continue reading