Throughout the school year our PTA hosts many events and programs. These can sometimes take a lot of volunteers to execute. If you are interested in volunteering please let us know.
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The Reflections Program is a National PTA and WSPTA cultural arts competition. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works. There are 6 categories under which students can enter. For more information, visit Reflections Program.
Birthday Book Club
Celebrate your child’s birthday by donating a book to the Cedar Wood Library in his/her name. Thank you for supporting the Cedar Wood Library! For more information from our librarian and how to join, visit Birthday Book Club.
Mrs. Reese and your Running Club Team are excited to be back on the track this year. This is a FREE activity and is open to everyone. Runners track their miles and earn charms to hang on a shoelace necklace. For more information or to get this year’s gear, visit Running Club.
PTA is once again providing our student directory to every household! In order for your student to be included you will need to complete a waiver either online in Member Planet (our convenient online shop and sign-up site) or you can print/fill out the paper Friendship Directory Waiver and send to school in a sealed envelope labled “PTA” to school with your student. (Due October 15th)
Kids love art! Art Docents are volunteers that visit the classroom to introduce children to the wonders of art appreciation. This program currently offers many fun and easy projects online. For more information, visit the Art Docents Program.
Before & After School Programs
After School programs is a selection of PTA supported programs offered to students at Cedar Wood. For more information about dates, times and costs, visit Before & After School Enrichment.
This program is back! Watch DOGS are dads and other father figures who spend a full day at Cedar Wood helping in the classroom, playing at recess, and squeezing into tiny tables at lunch. For more information visit Watch DOGS.back to top