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Parents/Community Meet-up at Caboose Photos

Thank you parents, teachers and friends for coming out on this rainy day.

The PTA is planning a community meetup for adults at Caboose Commons on Sunday June 9th at 6pm to socialize and celebrate the end of the school year. We would like to invite each of you to join us! Drop in for a quick hello or stay and linger if you have the time. We look forward to seeing you there!

UPDATE: PTA 2019-20 Leadership Positions

The PTA held their last meeting of the year on May 9th in the library and elected the following new PTA leaders. Congratulations and thank you to these volunteers!

President – La Guardia Myers
President Elect – vacant
Vice President – MaryBeth PalmerTreasurer – Eric WilliamsonSecretary – Soma KalbStaff Liaison – Allyson Norris
Fundraising – Barbara HayesWebsite – Lon WilliamsonSocial Media – Andi PageRoom Parent Coordinator – Kurt D’MelloBefore and After School Enrichment Program Coordinator – Christy JeffersonBox Tops Co-Coordinator – Michelle Orban & Mike Ornyas
Fall Festival Coordinator – vacant

There are two remaining open positions (President Elect and Fall Festival Coordinator). Please consider one of these positions.  Details can be found here:

Edukit School Supply Kits available for purchase now!

The deadline to order your school supply kits and get FREE shipping is 6/30! Go to to order today!

We also have an exciting opportunity to support deserving students in need from our school community this year.  When placing your order, you can select a donation amount to be included in your total! Visit today!

Rain Garden Project Update

We are moving forward with our Rain Garden project this spring!  We are planting around the rear storm drain on April 30 with the assistance of Fairfax County Stormwater and their R3 Program (Revitalize, Restore, Replant). They are providing the native plants and will be on site to work with the 5th graders who will be doing the actual planting.  Friends of Accotink Creek will also be conducting a watershed educational session in the schoolyard that day as well!

More details on the Rain Garden Project page.