Parent-Teacher Association (PTA)

Join the Cabrillo Elementary PTA!!!  It's just $10! 

What's going on at Cabrillo:

Bake Sales       Scholastic Book Fair
Bakes Sales & Nacho Sales & Western BBQs                                                              Scholastic Book Fair in Fall and Spring
 
Game Night     Field Trips
Family Game Night                                                                                                                                    Field Trips
 
Halloween--Principal Suarez 71st Annual Halloween Carnival
  Halloween Carnival (Principal Suarez and Max)                                                      Annual Halloween Carnival
 
Spaghetti Dinner    Mr. C at Bingo Night 2011
 Spaghetti Dinner, Auction & Bingo Night                                                                 Mr. C. is our expert Bingo Caller!!
 
 

This is what PTA is all about:

  • PTA addresses issues that are important to parents and public school administrators. We fight for full funding, quality teachers, and capabilities for schools to thrive. If your school or district does not have a PTA, now is the time. Membership is open to everyone.Your PTA is autonomous but supported by a national structure.It sets its own dues.
  • PTAs frequently coordinate production of a school newsletter and information fliers, keeping the entire school community informed of current events, issues, and accomplishments. Regular meetings allow PTAs to share information with members.
  • PTA organizes hard-working,dedicated volunteers. Parents are ready to help implement school improvement programs.
  • PTAs focus on what students need to be successful in their learning, including nutrition, health, school safety, physical fitness and general well-being. PTA works with schools to ensure that children succeed.
  • Involved parents understand the challenges schools face and become part of the solution. By developing a closer relationship with parents, student achievement improves, and the school develops a positive reputation in the community.
  • Involved parents understand the challenges schools face and become part of the solution. By developing a closer relationship with parents, student achievement improves, and the school develops a positive reputation in the community.


 
 
 

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