October 28, 2014
While we didn’t quite meet our goal of 200 PTA members, the kids (and staff) have been so excited about having a pajama day that we just couldn’t bear to break their hearts. Therefore, Monday, November 3rd* will be a Pajama Day!
Just a quick reminder that for safety reasons, no footie pajamas, slippers, robes or stuffed animals.
Thank you to everyone who joined the PTA. As an all-volunteer organization, your support shows us that you appreciate everything that we do for Damascus Elementary School and the students.
*Pajama day was originally scheduled for October 28th but we changed the date to avoid conflicting with Red Ribbon spirit week.
October 28, 2014
1:45 p.m. Parents may arrive to help their children with their costumes.
2:15 p.m. Parade starts by the gym entrance and ends in front of the school entrance.
2:30-3:15 p.m. Classroom parties
August 24, 2014
Support DES teachers and staff –
The PTA provides funding for classroom resources and staff appreciation events to support our teachers and staff!
August 13, 2014
Please help us in welcoming new members of our Damascus family – we are thrilled that they are joining us!
Bree Barrick – Third Grade Teacher
Jenny Blakely – Third Grade Teacher
Brad Warner – Fifth Grade Teacher
Robb Wainwright – Reading Specialist
Marcella Williams – General Education Paraeducator
Kathleen Drosdzal – School Community Based Paraeducator
July 31, 2014
I hope everyone is having a wonderful, relaxing summer. I know that school is the farthest thing from everyone’s minds right now. Believe me, I’m right with you, but I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself and the PTA board and share a little bit about ourselves. My name is Laurie Murtaugh and this is my second year as PTA president. I have a 5th grader and 1st grader at DES and a 7th grader at Baker Middle School.