Auction item teasers!

Just a peak at some of the cool items you’ll find at the auction.

Stay tuned for more!

 

 

Please join us for the 3rd Annual King School Auction

King Auction May 31

Please join us for the 3rd Annual King School Auction

This year we invite you to The King School Masquerade Ball.
Please save the date of May 31st 2014 and join us at the Village Ballroom.

We need your donations and your help to make this auction a success. Do you have a connection with a business in the community? Are you a mechanic, carpenter, house painter, landscape designer? You could donate some of your time as a specialist. Are you a chef? You could host a cooking party for 1 lucky bidder and their 4 friends. These are all great ideas! Do you own a restaurant? How about a gift certificate or a bottle of wine donation? How about a case of wine? No donation is too small or too big and the value of your donation is 100% tax deductible.

Please stay tuned here at the PTA blog or join our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/groups/kingpta

Thank you in advance to everyone that is able to help make this event a success.

Sincerely,

Jaime Cale and Sung Kokko
2014 Auction Committee Co-Chairs

auction@kingpta.org

 

January Meeting Agenda

01-10-2013, 5:30-7:00pm

Old Business Asuntos pendientes:

5:30: Auction Committee formation, Auction Planning—Michelle Hodges
formación Subasta Comité, Subasta de Planificación-Michelle Hodges

Standing Reports Informes permanentes :

6:15: Principal’s Report and discussion of status of Enrollment Balancing process
Reporte de la Directora y la discusión de la situación del proceso de inscripción de equilibrio

6:30: Site Council Report
Consejo Local Informe

6:40: Treasurer’s Report
Informe del Tesorero

New Business Nuevo Negocio :

6:45 Fundraising for theater productions and program—Jennie Brown
recaudación de fondos para obras de teatro y programas— Jennie Brown

7:00 end
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Enrollment Balancing, Backpack Benefit, Auction Planning: PTA Update–Week of November 13th

Hello All!

A busy week this is!

Tonight, Tuesday November 13th, is the Cross-Cluster Enrollment Balancing meeting at Jefferson High School Middle College. This is the first opportunity for parents from all schools in the Jefferson Cluster to meet and discuss the issues and how we work together for the betterment of ALL of our schools. 5:30-8:00pm. Some parents are meeting early at 5:00 outside to talk before the meeting—join us!

Cross-cluster Meeting Agenda
Jefferson Enrollment Balancing Information Packet
Feedback Form

Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14th, is Noho’s Hawaiian Cafe Benefit for the Northeast Portland Backpack Lunch Program. The cafe is located on Fremont Street at 46th Avenue Northeast and is open from 11 am to 9 pm. Come for lunch or dinner and 20% of your meal’s cost will benefit our weekend food program for kids at risk of hunger on Saturdays and Sundays when their school lunch program isn’t available. We hope you can come!

NoHo’s Benefit Flyer

Thursday, November 15th, is the first King School Auction Committee meeting of the year. We are meeting at the school in the parent room at 5:00pm. If you would like to join or help in any way, either come on Thursday or email us!

Friday, November 16th is our weekly Parent Coffee at 8:40 am in the PTA office/Parent Room. Want to know what’s going on? How to get involved? Or, just meet and socialize with other parents—come on in, even if you only have a few minutes.

Also: Support King’s art program! This is a way to raise funds for creating a ceramics program in the broader art department curriculum. Only $798.90 to go! Click on the link to donate toward the purchase of materials: http://www.dickblick.com/ara/lists/2575/home

Keep up to date by checking the King School calendar at: www.kingpta.org/calendar

King PTA receives support of local foundations

The King School PTA was the recipient this spring of a generous gift from the Mary McKinney and Flay Ezell Fund. The Ezell Fund is a charitable fund established by the late Mary McKinney Ezell and Flay Ezell. Mary and Flay were proud Oregonians and longtime residents of Northeast Portland until their deaths in 1998 and 2002, respectfully. The fund’s giving reflects their love for the community they were a part of, and their hope that the community would grow and thrive into the future. The funds focus on: cared for and caring children, strong families, opportunities for all citizens to succeed, and recognition of the importance of animals in people lives. These were truly at the core of what Mary and Flay believed in.

Kathleen McKinney Wentworth has been a SMART reader at King School for seven years, supporting our students to develop a love of reading. The gift of $1000, matched by a gift of $1000 from the Wentworth Foundation will be used for general operational support and will be crucial to the PTA’s mission of inclusion of our whole school community. Providing interpretation services, dinner, and childcare at all PTA meetings has been a crucial component of our success. With the boundary change discussions and other crucial issues for King coming this year, these services will be needed more than ever.

Donation Letter