Thursday Notes 
The Raskob Parent Association Weekly Newsletter
September 5, 2013                                                                                          Volume 1   Issue 4 
RPA Activities & Announcements
Have you Seen This Document?
Parent Association Membership Form
If you've seen this form, that probably means you are one of the first 30 families to turn it into the Raskob Parents Association and we thank you. If you haven't seen it yet, please download the form, fill it out and bring it to Back To School Night next week or leave it with Marlen in the front office. RPA dues help fund everything from classroom supplies to play ground equipment for all students. Our goal this year is to collect RPA dues from 100% of Raskob Families. You can write a check or charge it to a credit card (form link below). Suggested donation is $50, but no amount is too small. Let's Make 100% Happen!

School Activities & Annoucements

Wednesday, September 11
6:00 - 7:30 PM
Light refreshments

Why is BTSN Important? It Gives you:

An opportunity to meet your child's teachers

A chance to see the classrooms

The time to learn what your child will be taught this year

A day-in-life perspective of your child's school day

The opportunity to build community

6:00 - Meet in your child's classroom or advisory
7:00 - All school assembly on the yard

Questions: Contact Marlen.

Workshop: Girls Leadership Institute
Seventh and eighth grade girls are invited to join the Girls Leadership Institute for a four week workshop at Montessori Family School in El Cerrito beginning September 24. For more information check out their flyer.
In This Issue
Quick Links

 2013-2014 Parent Roster

School Notes

Important Dates

Sept. 11

Back to School Night
6:00-7:30 PM
Oct. 2
Raskob Parent Association Meeting
8:30-9:30 AM
California Room
No School - Staff Development Day


Living well with attention deficit.

Provides individuals with print disabilities to equal and timely access to print materials.
The Center focuses on helping people with disabilities gain access to computers and technology.
A website founded by the authors of the book with the same title dedicated to "Unleashing the power of the dyslexic mind."

Pact Tween Club
Serving adopted children of color by providing not only adoptive placement but life long educationsupport, and community for adoptees and their families on matters of adoption and race.
A coalition of parents, educators and students working to provide education and information that empower and bring academic and life success to students with learning and attention differences.
Listing of Workshops, Speakers and Events

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