How did the PTA support the Beacon Park School community during 2020-2021?
During the 2020-2021 school year Beacon Park PTA provided a number of COVID safe, whole school events that helped bring a sense of normalcy to an unusual year. PTA also supported Beacon Park School teachers so that they could provide the best possible care for every child.
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Passed out a packet of Pirate's Booty to every single child enrolled in Beacon Park School and organized teachers to read to students each night via zoom for the duration of the event. Created a story walk at the school for students and families to do together.
Created a scavenger hunt in Pavilion, Beacon, and Novel parks for all Beacon Park School families to take part in.
Along with the help of teachers and some wonderfully generous Beacon Park School families the PTA hosted a drive through trunk or treat and handed out goodie bags to all Beacon Park students.
Provided 8th grade with a lunch during their practice promotion and purchased yard signs for every 8th grader at Beacon Park to proudly display in their front yard.
Hosted a magical show (which included several members of staff) for all students to watch from the comfort of their own homes.
Provided a stipend for every teacher in the school to help them purchase classroom supplies and end of year gifts for their students.
The Beacon Park PTA showed every member of staff how much they are appreciated by organizing catered lunches and a week of themed treats. This event would not have been possible without the support of so many generous Beacon Park School families who donated items for this week.
Gave popsicles (IVA) and Kona Ice (in-person) to every K-5th student during the last week of school.
Purchased sound equipment and a reusable balloon arch for use during the 8th grade promotion and all other events going forward.
Supported the art teacher with the purchase of art supplies to be used across all K-5th classrooms.
Supplied goodies and paper chain links to celebrate the day. Provided all students on campus with an individual piece of chalk to create designs and write on the black top before school, during recess and lunch to give them another activity to do when the playground was closed.
End of the year activity
Teachers made the best of this year, and while each individual class could not throw a party, PTA supported a teacher field day relay race for all students on campus to watch during the last week of school.
Spirit wear, dine-outs, end of year lunch for 6th and 7th grades, and assisting ASB with walk to school day.