Any Maxwell parents out there have any fundraising experience or enjoy planning activities? Maxwell PTA is looking for great parents to help any way they can in these areas during the 2015-2016 school year! You do not have to be a stay at home parent, but if you are and are interested in helping by making phone calls to gain information for the upcoming year that is also greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your enthusiasm!! (See available positions)
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Maxwell's Lost IS Found!
Lost and Found tip - As the temperatures drop more and more coats and ending up in the Lost and Found bin. PTA looks through them to check for names so the items may be returned to their owners. I know our worlds are already busy, but taking a moment to mark your child's coat, lunchbox and other personal items could ensure they are not donated or gone forever! Thanks parents!
The Lost & Found bin is located at the back of the school under the PTA Bulletin board. For those of you who are interested, Maxwell Elementary PTA donates the items not claimed by students to the Lexington Woman's Club. The Lexington Woman's Club provides gently used clothing to more than 1,000 Fayette County school children annually. For more information on claiming, collecting and donating items, contact email@example.com.
Collection dates: March 27, 2015, April 30, 2015 and May 22, 2015
Congratulations to the following Maxwell students for their accomplishments in the PTA Reflections art competition!
We are so proud of their creativity and dedication.
A big thank you to the students who entered the competition and to their supportive parents, families and teachers. To see the winners, click here.
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Check out this NY Times article from October 3rd!
Thank you Maxwell for helping us say Adios Hunger! Maxwell students collected 335.5 total pounds of food to feed Lexington families. Here's how the classes finished!
As promised a special surprise will be announced shortly for the winning grade levels!