Many of you contribute in other ways like volunteering, buying gift wrap and helping in the classrooms, and we are striving for 100% Highland’s SMART fund participation so even a small amount makes a difference.
You can also maximize your contribution with an employer corporate match. Together, with everyone's help, we can continue to support important Highlands Elementary programs.
Round Table will donate 20% of your bill to the Highlands SMART Fund
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PROJECT WEE CARE @ HIGHLANDS
Project Wee Care will be kicking off it's first collection of the school year this week, September 19th - October 4th!
Project Wee Care is a program that is brought to local schools through the Samaritan House with the help of students, parents, and staff. This program teaches young children about the meaning of giving and helping others in need by allowing them an opportunity to give donations of goods. We will have 4 collections over the course of the school year. We hope that you will consider allowing your student this wonderful growing opportunity while helping those who are less fortunate.
Our first first collection for PWC, Highlands will be providing baby items for families in need. We are requesting donations of: BABY ITEMS - Diapers, wipes, formula, and baby food.
If you are able, please have your student deliver donations to the BLUE Wee Care/Samaritan House bins located in the hallways around school.
Thank you for your generosity!
Let's earn more FREE MONEY for Highland’s using the Box Tops program!!!
Have you seen the pink “Box Tops For Education” labels on various products such as Ziploc bags, General Mills cereals, Kleenex tissues, and Gogurt?
Each one is worth $.10 for our school! There are hundreds of participating products, many of which you probably already have in your home.
How do I get started?
Clip your box tops.
Drop them off in the BoxTops box in the office.
Earn money for Highlands!
MEASURE X CITIZENS' BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (CBOC)
Linked here is a document that has information on becoming a member of the Measure X Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC). The CBOC members would serve a two year term, and would meet at a minimum 4 times a year, and attend site visits of the Measure X and L projects. Please upload to your school’s website, or let your school community know, via PTA meetings, that we are in need of volunteers. We are especially interested in members of your PTA of business owners join the CBOC.
The CBOC members cannot be anybody currently employed by the San Mateo Foster City School District, and it must fill the statutory “categories” of members. The categories are the following:
- Active in a business organization representing the business community located within the district
- Active in a senior citizens' organization
- Active in a bona fide taxpayers' organization
- The parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the district
- A parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the district and active in a parent-teacher organization, such as the PTA or school site council
- At large community member – resident of San Mateo or Foster City
If you know of anybody that would be interested in joining the CBOC, please have them contact Corey Fong (email@example.com) or myself via e-mail so we can send them an application/questionnaire to fill out. The applications are due at the DO no later than 4:30 PM, October 5.