Thornburg PTO News
BOX TOPS - The PTO collects Box Tops to help earn for our school. Box Tops can be found on all kinds of products around your house, however, they will be phasing out the actual kind you can clip on products and going digital. Please send any clipped ones you have in with your student in a bag or envelope and be sure to put your child’s Homeroom teacher’s name, SO THAT YOUR CHILD’S CLASS GETS CREDIT. For the new ones, just take a picture of all your grocery store receipts and scan it into the Box Tops Application on your device. It will automatically credit them to you. Just be sure to put in your child’s grade level and Homeroom Teacher’s name.E-MAIL LIST - If you would like to get information e-mailed to you whenever we have a need for volunteer opportunities or donations, of if you would like to read our Meeting Minutes after our monthly meetings, please make sure you have filled out one of our Volunteer Forms. If you have not, but would like to be added to the list, please send an e-mail to email@example.com and ask to be included. Also, please MAKE SURE TO CHECK YOUR JUNK FOLDER for these e-mails as they seem to filter in there.FACEBOOK - Remember to look for us on Facebook by searching “Thornburg Middle School PTO”. Please LIKE and FOLLOW us to get updates/pictures/news on upcoming events. You may also see our latest information about upcoming Spirit Nights and volunteer opportunities here.SPIRIT WEAR - You can find information on our available Spirit Wear here. You can either indicate on the form what you would like and send it to school with your child, or you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information. If sending a check in with your order form, please make it payable to TMS PTO and put your child’s name in the Memo section of the check.VOLUNTEERS OPPORTUNITIES - Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like information on how to help. We always need your help and are happy to pair you with someone else who is a veteran with the PTO if you would like. Remember, it takes a village!