Monday: Hats off to Dr. Seuss! Wear your favorite hat.
Tuesday: Crazy Fox in Sox! Show off your crazy or mismatched socks.
Wednesday: Thing On and Thing Two says... Wear lots of stripes today.
Thursday: Cozy Up With a Good Book! Wear comfy pajamas or sweatpants.
Friday: Reading is Fun! Wear a Tuscan shirt or blue & gold
In addition Ms. Popp is looking to have every class have guest readers on Wednesday. Classes that have library that day will participate in library while some Kindergarten and 2nd Grade classes will have CHS students come into the classrooms and read to the students. We will need additional guest readers, so be on the look out for an email about that soon.
Camp sessions are full and not taking any more campers at this time. I will take 5 names for a waiting list and campers will be notified in May if there are any openings.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the the list.
For the 8th year, the Tuscan P.T.A. is sponsoring Tuscan Summer Art
Session I: June 27 – July 8
Session II: July 11 -22
Classes are approximately 12 students and meet every day of the week.
Ms. Petronzi and an assistant teacher along with 4 counselors and several interns insure a funfilled, creative summer experience in art for each child.
Tuscan Summer Art is exclusively for students of Tuscan School, grades KG through 5th. (Even if they just graduated 5th).
In addition to the following classes, we have a tradition of some fun activities such as Bar-b-que Breakfast, Counselor Improv, Ice Cream Sundae Wednesday, Pie in the Face Race, and of course, Color Wars!
To reserve a space and for more information, dowload the flyer here
and mail it to -
Tuscan Summer Art at 23 Rutgers Street, Maplewood, NJ 07040 along with a 50% deposit.
Please make out your check to: Petronzi Art & Design, LLC.
Please check off the session and the class or classes you wish to take.
Students that attend for a full day will have a supervised lunch. Also, students who take both Ceramics and Printmaking classes may stay for lunch. Cost is per session and includes all materials.
Any questions contact: email@example.com
Open PTA meeting - Monday, February 1, 9am, Tuscan Auditorium
Drop Off, Pick Up and Parking Safety Procedures
Please review this letter from Principal Majeed regarding safety procedures at Tuscan.
Sign up to volunteer at the Teacher Appreciation Breakfast!
This year Tuscan will hold our teacher appreciation breakfast on February 19. Please sign up to donate time or items to this event to make sure our teachers know how much we appreciate their time, talent and efforts.
Ways to support the Tuscan Spring Thing, March 12.
Donate to the Wine Pull - Not sure how to contribute to the success of Tuscan's Annual Spring Thing? We are seeking donations for the wine pull, a very popular table last year.
How does it work? With each ticket purchased at the wine pull, the ticket holder will receive a bottle of wine selected at random valued between $15-$75. Everyone goes home a winner!
While you're at the wine store this week, consider picking up your favorite bottle of wine ($15-$50/$75) and dropping it off with committee member Jennifer Melone (8 Hubert Place, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Donate an auction item - Have other goods/services/items to donate? A pair of tickets from your season tickets? A round of golf? A skill you have that might help others? Most of our donations come from Tuscan parents and they help make this event a roaring success. Make your donation by filling out the form here!
100th Day of School Food Drive Coming Up. February 17 will be the 100th day of school and we will continue a Tuscan tradition of a food drive to benefit local food banks. Classes will be challenged to collect 100 food items each. Questions can be directed to kindergarten teacher, Claire St.Clair who runs this program each year. email@example.com
Question or comment for our PTA? Send us an email.