Calling all Parents of JLS 6th Grade-Bound students!
Come volunteer with next year’s JLS PTA!
There are just as many opportunities to be a part of your child’s JLS experience as there were at Palo Verde, and the JLS PTA welcomes whatever level of time and talents you can contribute.
Volunteering on the PTA will accelerate your familiarity with the campus, staff, and fellow parents; there’s no better or faster way to become a part of the JLS community. And we have a lot of fun!
Current “hot” jobs still open:
Jump Start Day and First Day assistance (forms, PE uniforms, etc)
6th Grade Parent Networks co-chairs
6th Grade Panther Camp co-chairs
Community Service Day chaperones
Science Fair, Book Fair helpers
Co-chairs for Back-To-School Pizza Dinner (September 2016)
Co-chairs for Many Faces Potluck (May 2017)
Special Education Inclusion Rep
Health and Wellness Rep
Ways and Means chair
to see a full list of the open positions on the JLS PTA committees and events, and fill out the form to indicate any interests you may have. This is not a commitment! We will contact you with more information which will help you decide if you would like to join us.
Click here for job descriptions of most of the PTA jobs.
Help Kids in Grades K-4 with Reading or Math – You Could Change a Life
Please join other parents volunteering with All Students Matter in grades K-4 in east Menlo Park and East Palo Alto schools. You’ll work in the same classroom once a week, building a relationship with the teacher and students, and be able to see the progress achieved. The students are always eager to work with you and you’ll have real impact in a community where over 80% of students are performing below grade level in reading and math. Sign up now to start in September – we provide training and coordinate everything. To learn more or to sign up, please visit our web site at www.allstudentsmatter.org
or contact Keri Tully at email@example.com
Silicon Valley Boychoir Auditions
Thurs/Fri, May 19-20 by appointment, Palo Alto
Auditions for the 2016-2017 season are held at the choir’s rehearsal location near downtown Palo Alto (600 Homer Ave). Open to 2nd-5th grade boys in the fall. High school and middle school boys with experience may audition for upper levels. SVB provides a personalized approach to teaching singing, music theory, and sight-singing, and provides flexible scheduling for busy families. In addition to their own winter and spring concerts, SVB has performed for local events including performances with West Bay Opera, Schola Cantorum of Mountain View, and singing the national anthem at sporting events.
Coding for Kids
Sun, Jun 12, 10 AM – 12 PM, Mitchell Park Library, 3700 Middlefield Rd., Palo Alto
An introduction to coding using visual programming languages. Sundays through July 3. Open to kids in grades 2-6.
Wacky Wednesday: Magician Pete G.
Wed, Jun 15, 3:30 PM, Rinconada Library, 1213 Newell Rd., Palo Alto
Magician Pete G. will be performing amazing magic tricks.
UC Berkeley BELL Lab Study
The BELL lab at UC Berkeley has fun and engaging studies for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) aged 6 to 12 years old at the UC Berkeley Campus. These studies will help researchers to better understand how children with ASD engage in inference and generalization, with the end goal of informing education for the ASD population. For more information: babylab.berkeley.edu