• 2021-2022 Heritage Heights PTA Leadership
     

    Randy Cialone – President

    Darren Nye – Vice President / Picture Coordinator

    Colleen Bessell - Treasurer

    Katie Mikos - Membership

    Deena Nye – Secretary

    Andrea Clark - Fundraising Chair

    Leanne Zlotek - Teacher Representative

    Lindsey Perry - Teacher Representative

    Lisa Hitzges - Staff Appreciation Chair

      Are you a member?  It's easy to join.  Get involved!

    All meetings begin at 6:30pm in the Heritage Heights library and all are welcomed to attend!

     

    Get Involved- Consider Volunteering
    Click here to view and print a volunteer application
     

     School Activities and Family Events

    Remember to check your child's take home folder for daily paperwork and flyers being sent home

     Minutes from Past PTA Meetings

    A Message from the President

    When our kids see us involved, it boosts their sense of family pride, and they feel like a bigger part of the Heritage Heights community.

    I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all of the new and returning students, parents, and staff to the 2020-2021 school year at Heritage Heights Elementary.  I hope you had a restful and enjoyable summer.

    With COVID-19 this will prove to be a challenging year, we will need a community wide effort to get everyone through this school year successfully and healthy.

    Our PTA is a 100% volunteer run organization here to support the faculty, staff, parents, and most importantly, our students here at Heritage Heights. Over the years, the PTA has become one of the strongest voices in the educational process that directly supports our children and school. This year will be no different, and with all of you we just can’t miss. Over the summer your PTA Executive Board has been busy developing the details for a very productive and exciting year aimed at enhancing the educational environment for all of our students.  I highly encourage each and every family to become involved in your children’s education on some level and take advantage of all that our GREAT SCHOOL has to offer.

    With that said, please support us by:

    • Purchasing a PTA membership for $5.00.
    • Helping in the classroom or at home.
    • Helping out at school events or with committees - some are during the day and most are during the evening.
    • Volunteering to chair a committee and join our board.
    • Supporting our fundraising efforts so we can continue to offer our great field trips, educational assemblies, awesome art program, and more!

    You can keep up with school happenings by using the school directory, visiting this website, and through our emails and flyers.  If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact me at r.cialone@verizon.net.

    I look forward to meeting, working with, and learning from all of you in the coming year! Together we will make this our best year yet!

    Randy Cialone, President, Heritage Heights PTA

     Parent Volunteers Make A Difference

    The goal of the Heritage Heights Elementary School Volunteer Program is to enable interested parents and other citizens from the community to assist teachers and others school personnel, in helping children to fully develop their skills, their potential as individuals and in their mastery of subject matter.

    We have the best volunteer program anywhere.  Each year over 90 parents and friends serve as volunteers annually.  Volunteer applications are sent out in September. Parents and special friends can volunteer to assist in school, on field trips and at home.

    As per the Sweet Home district policy, a volunteer application has to be complete for each volunteer. This includes room parents and chaperones on field trips. We want to encourage parents and other citizens from the community to assist teachers and other school personnel in helping children reach their potential.  Interested volunteers should call the school office. All volunteers to our school must sign in at the office before going to any other part of the building. Click here to view and print a volunteer application

    Get involved- become a volunteer at our school.

     PTA News

    Head Lice Questions

    From time to time parents have asked about head lice and how we deal with it our school.

    Head lice is very common in children. It has been estimated that up to one in every 10 children in school acquires head lice at some time. Anyone can get head lice and an infestation has nothing to do with cleanliness or parenting skills.

    Our school is no different then any other school in America when it comes to these pesky creatures. While from time to time we do discover students with lice, we do not consider this a persistent problem nor are numerous children infected. If a child has lice it is addressed immediately with families. Children with live lice are sent home with clear direction on how to address the problem. We know that anyone who comes in close contact with someone who already has head lice, or even their contaminated clothing and other belongings, is at risk for acquiring head lice. As a precaution, we often check other students within the class just to insure others are not also infected. to learn move about head lice, what do look for if you think you child might be infected, and ways to treat it, I encourage you to click here.

     

    When Parent's Participate, Children Succeed
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