- $14,500 – Wetlands Festival (including expenses)
- $14,100 – Fun Run (including expenses)
- $2,260 – Square 1 Art
- $786 – Penny Wars
- $1,900 – Amazon Link Money
- $500 – Box Tops
- $2,600 – Restaurant Nights
- We had about 210 members join the PTA!
- Outdoor Classroom Coordinator – We funded over 100 hours of Ms. Christy's time this year (hours for May and June still to come!)
- We helped to fund many of the supplies for the lessons that Ms. Christy gives the kids – when you see photos on the twitter feed, many of the veggies, fruits etc are funded by the PTA!
- We funded landscaping crews to come clean up the Campbell grounds twice this year
- All Kindergarteners got to pick a book from the garden at the start of the year
- Two retirement gifts for retiring teachers were funded by the PTA
- The following Teacher Appreciation events were paid for by the PTA:
- Staff Breakfast (September)
- Olive Garden Lunch (October Conferences)
- Staff Breakfast (December)
- Teacher appreciation week which included activities every day!
- T-shirts for the Math Dice team
- Helped support Boys on the Move and Girls on the Run
- Helped with the Coat Drive/Holiday Drive at Campbell to offer winter wear and presents to those in need at the school
- Wellness Committee – We helped fund two Wellness activities for teachers this year.
- Donation to CCPTA fund – We made a donation to the County PTA who uses these funds to help even out the funding between all the schools in the county.
- We paid for the remaining books on the teachers wish lists after the book fair
- We were able to provide food, childcare and translation at all of our PTA meetings
- 5th Grade Promotion (coming up!)
- We funded the following for each grade level:
- Specials: Ukuleles for the music department, Classroom puppets and training for the Spanish Department, Supplies for the 5th Grade Musical
- Kindergarten – Lots of classroom supplies and a field trip to Discovery Theater
- 1st Grade – Field notebooks
- 2nd Grade – Field Trip to the farmers market including fruit and veggie purchases, purchase of bags and additional veggies for the showcase and some supplies for the Campbell Olympics
- 3rd Grade – Helped to fund the bus to Harpers Ferry for Field Trip
- 4th Grade – Funding the field trip to Great Falls
- 5th Grade – Helped to fund the bus to the National Aquarium in Baltimore
- Interlude – Funded many incentives and rewards and a calming herb garden
- And our biggest funding item of the year was the PA system upgrade!
- Project Discovery
- Family Game Night
- Campbell Spirit Wear Sales
- School Movie Night
- Budget Summary – This gives a look at our overall finances for the year. The money we started with at the beginning of the year is at the top of the document. You can see the amount in our budget for each category in the first column and the amount we've spent or made so far this year (7/1/2017 – 9/30/2017) in the column right next to it.
- Expenses – This form breaks out our expenses into more detail. Every time the PTA pays for something, it has to go into a very specific category in our approved budget. Once again, our budgeted amount is in the first column and next to it is the money that we have spent so far this school year in each category. This is where you can find all the detail to back up the summary.
- Income – This form shows every time the PTA receives money. Our budgeted amount is again in the first column with year to date actuals in the next.
- Many of the items in our budget are meant to offset each other. For example, you'll see income from spirit wear this month. This does not mean that we are making a lot of money from selling spirit wear. Next month, there will be an offsetting expense when we pay the vendor for the T-shirts.
- We funded around $25,000 in teacher requests, field trips, speakers, outdoor classroom upgrades, maintenance and more! Nathan will go into more detail at the meeting.
- Our Major Fundraising goal was $22,500 for the year. We ended up raising $11,500 over that total through the Wetlands Festival, Penny Wars, Fall Pledge Drive, the Fun Run and Square 1 Art.
- We raised $2,500 from Amazon purchases this year.
- We raised $899 from Box tops this year.
- We raised $2,800 from restaurant nights this year
|Ms. Johnson – Hard Case Pencil Holders for 3rd grade students next year||$50.00|
|Ms. Brown – Various expenses for the musical||$112.00|
|Ms. Brewer – Rug for Classroom (possibly for Ms. Kim as well)||$565.00|
|Ms. Brewer – Plastic Floor Cover for classroom (possibly for Ms. Kim as well)||$250.00|
|Ms. Norwood – As a follow-up to our screen printing work in the art room with our visiting artist, Veronica Barker-Barzel Kelly, I would like to take the third grade classes to visit the Torpedo Factory Art Center to tour the studios, including her space, and to see “Ms. V” give a demonstration using the Torpedo Factory printmaking presses. She suggested including printing a monoprint on the press using the students’ own stencils created back at Campbell. This trip would be the perfect tie to their classroom experience, as well as offer an opportunity to see living, working artists in our community.||$250.00|
|Ms. Oviedo – The special education team would like to request Touch Math the 1st grade Basic Program which includes kit 1, 2, and 3. This will be used as a classroom resource to support math instruction for students who are having difficulty mastering the math standards in the strands of number and number sense and computation and estimation from k-2 grades. Some standard addressed include counting and skip counting to 100, basic addition and subtraction, subtraction and addition with regrouping and ungrouping, 3 addend addition, word problem, and counting money. The printed basic program costs $799. The downloadable green edition is also available for about a $180 savings at $619.||$619.00|