Seeking Communications Chair for 2020-2021
At a time where there is so much noise, it’s the Communications Chair that cuts through it all with news our IMS families and staff need the most.    Can you post on Facebook, maintain websites and recognize how great it is to get good and timely information?  Do you enjoy being or would like to be a part of our PTSA? We are looking for our Communications Chair and need someone who has these strengths. You can clock some volunteer hours for your company while supporting your local community. Do you think it’s too much work? You can split ... read full article
Author:
Kate Gordon 
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3/30/2020-4/13/2020

Resources During School Closures
Grab & Go Lunches Meals can be pre-ordered from 2 pm the previous day until 8 am, the day of pick-up. Our local pick-up location is at Inglewood Middle School. Order meals here Pantry Packs Pantry Packs recipients can find updates to the weekend food pack program at  https://www.lwsf.org/pantrypacks.html  during the school closure. Secondary School Technology Requests (6-12) The district is working on obtaining and distributing laptops and wifi hotspots for the students in our district that do not have these options at home. This  survey is being used to help determine the need for technology in our community.   ... read full article
Author:
Kate Gordon 
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3/17/2020-4/24/2020

Do You Receive the Knightly News?
You'll receive our weekly email, The Knightly News, straight to your inbox to get information about upcoming events at Inglewood Middle School. It's the best way to stay up to date on all things Inglewood! ... read full article
Author:
Kate Gordon 
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10/30/2019-11/13/2025

What's the Difference Between PTSA and ASB?
PTSA versus ASB What's the difference and  why do they both want money? Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) A national organization  that enables parents to represent, help and communicate more closely with their school and the school system as a whole. A non-profit organization  run by parent volunteers. PTSA is the largest child advocacy organization in the country, advocating for ALL children with legislature striving to better their lives. Activities and programs  include August Back to Business days, emergency preparedness, parent education, Reflections art competition, student directory, teacher/staff appreciation, drama production, and grants to the school for programs and materials ... read full article
Author:
Kate Gordon 
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10/17/2019-6/30/2020
Seeking Communications Chair for 2020-2021Kate Gordon3/30/20204/13/2020
Seeking Communications Chair for 2020-2021
At a time where there is so much noise, it’s the Communications Chair that cuts through it all with news our IMS families and staff need the most.    Can you post on Facebook, maintain websites and recognize how great it is to get good and timely information?  Do you enjoy being or would like to be a part of our PTSA? We are looking for our Communications Chair and need someone who has these strengths. You can clock some volunteer hours for your company while supporting your local community. Do you think it’s too much work? You can split ... read full article
Resources During School ClosuresKate Gordon3/17/20204/24/2020
Resources During School Closures
Grab & Go Lunches Meals can be pre-ordered from 2 pm the previous day until 8 am, the day of pick-up. Our local pick-up location is at Inglewood Middle School. Order meals here Pantry Packs Pantry Packs recipients can find updates to the weekend food pack program at  https://www.lwsf.org/pantrypacks.html  during the school closure. Secondary School Technology Requests (6-12) The district is working on obtaining and distributing laptops and wifi hotspots for the students in our district that do not have these options at home. This  survey is being used to help determine the need for technology in our community.   ... read full article
Upcoming EventsKate Gordon1/19/20203/1/2020
Upcoming Events
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EventsKate Gordon1/15/20201/15/2020
Events
January Monday, Jan. 20th Martin Luther King Jr. Day- No School   Tuesday, Jan. 21st Screenagers: Next Chapter 6-8 pm; Timberline Middle School   Wednesday, Jan. 22nd Super Sitter Class 12:55-5:55 pm, Inglewood Parenting Toolbox for the Teenage Years 7-9 pm; EHS Performing Arts Center   February Tuesday, Feb. 4th PTSA Membership Meeting 6-7 pm; Inglewood Library   ... read full article
How Do You Spell Fun?Kate Gordon12/9/20191/15/2020
How Do You Spell Fun?
Spelling Bee is back! Registration is now open for the Spelling Bee being held on February 5th, 2020. This event is open to all grades. Email our Spelling Bee coordinator at  spellingbee@inglewoodptsa.org for more information and to receive a study list. The winner will go on to represent our school at the Seattle Spelling Bee and will have a chance to go on to the National Scripps Spelling Bee! Cost is free for PTSA members and $15 for non-PTSA members.   ... read full article
Do You Receive the Knightly News?Kate Gordon10/30/201911/13/2025
Do You Receive the Knightly News?
You'll receive our weekly email, The Knightly News, straight to your inbox to get information about upcoming events at Inglewood Middle School. It's the best way to stay up to date on all things Inglewood! ... read full article
What's the Difference Between PTSA and ASB?Kate Gordon10/17/20196/30/2020
What's the Difference Between PTSA and ASB?
PTSA versus ASB What's the difference and  why do they both want money? Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) A national organization  that enables parents to represent, help and communicate more closely with their school and the school system as a whole. A non-profit organization  run by parent volunteers. PTSA is the largest child advocacy organization in the country, advocating for ALL children with legislature striving to better their lives. Activities and programs  include August Back to Business days, emergency preparedness, parent education, Reflections art competition, student directory, teacher/staff appreciation, drama production, and grants to the school for programs and materials ... read full article