Mukilteo Elementary PTSA 7.5.13












Working for the health, welfare, safety, education, care, and protection of children.

Mukilteo Elementary School PTSA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit unit, run completely by volunteers.
We sponsor many exciting and fun activities and events which support and encourage our students, their families, and our faculty and staff.
We are always looking for new members and willing volunteers. Please help your kids by helping us continue to make our school the best.
We invite you to donate a little of your time and talent to support Mukilteo Elementary School and the finest student body ever assembled.
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Our next meeting will be in September - see you then!


Current Volunteer Needs available for sign up on Sign Up Genius
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We're getting ready for an exciting new fundraiser this fall - a kindness campaign called Kindness Matters.  We picked this new fundraiser because being KIND matters!
This year we are partnering with Raise Craze – a program that will enable our kids to thank their donors by paying it forward with an act of kindness!!  ​For each donation that they receive, they will perform a simple act of kindness of their choice as a way to BE THANKFUL for the support they receive. 

We picked this fundraiser in an effort to get more of our students involved, while teaching the value
of gratitude and paying it forward in the community. We believe that this will not only shape the
character of our students, but will also allow everyone, regardless of their ability to raise money, to
participate.

Right now, we're seeking corporate sponsors for our Kindness Matters campaign.  We’d love your support in our quest to make Mukilteo Elementary School even better. You can make a donation in any amount and we are happy to provide perks for your business at the following levels.  Mukilteo serves 600+ students with over 1,300 parents and caregivers all eager to support local businesses that care about our school community.

For more information on becoming a corporate sponsor during our Kindness Matters campaign, please see this brochure.



Open Hour will be Tuesday, September 5th, from 11:00am-12:00pm

Come find your classroom, meet your teacher and drop off school supplies.
We'll also be hosting a meet the new principal event immediately following Open Hour, from 12:00-12:30pm.  
Hope to see you there!

 

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We use MySchoolAnywhere to send our emails, and provide a secure student directory.
Click here to sign up!

 

 

 








Support our PTSA by starting
your Amazon.com purchases here!


4-7% of your purchase total will be given back
to our PTSA - it's a Win-Win!

Earn money for Mukilteo Elementary when you do your online shopping!


Our PTSA has an affiliate account with Amazon that gives us a percentage of your purchase each time you start your shopping on Amazon by using our link:
http://tinyurl.com/Amazon4MEPTSA .
Please don’t confuse this with Amazon Smile!
Signing up for  Amazon Smile and designating our PTSA as your charity can give us .5% (half a percent!) of your total purchases- but using our affiliate link can earn us 4-7% of your purchases! On a $10 purchase, Amazon Smile would earn just 5 cents, whereas using our link would give back 40-70 cents. The more people we have purchasing each month, the higher percentage back we earn. There’s no need to sign up to participate this way either, you just have to remember start your Amazon shopping using the link above each time.  Share the link with your family and friends and ask them to help out our PTSA too.



 
 
 
Want to be involved with your child's school? 

Check out the opportunities for volunteering on our
Volunteers page!
 

Mukilteo Elementary PTSA Golden Acorn Honorees

2014:  Sonja Sackett           2016:  Amie Parker

 
   
   
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