Welcome JLMS PTSA!
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Get ready and save the date for our 10th annual round up!
Friday, April 7
Our school's Red Ribbon photo entry!
Photo Credit: Our very own Longhorn, Gianna Ginesin, was the inspiration for this photo and the wise owl portraits, red ribbons and YOLO in the banner are a compilation of art work made by students and families of our school of JLMS.
PTSA supports Red Ribbon Week and the Campaign
Parents: Pledge to talk to your kids about the dangers of drug use.
Longhorns: You Only Live Once so take the pledge: Say no to drugs and stay drug free!
Photo credit: The above banner, donated by the PTSA to the school, is a compilation of art work made by students and families of JLMS.
Inflatable Fun Run- October 14
THANK YOU to these businesses who donated to our inflatable run!!!
Beef O' Brady's
900 Degrees Woodfired Pizza
Play It Again Sports
Buffalo Wild Wings
Auntie Ems Pretzel
Punch Boxing For Fitness
B Creative Painting Studio
Pulse Salon and Spa (Sabiya, Alberto)
Family Spirit Event
Thanks to Pinot’s Palette and our JLMS families, $150 was raised on our school’s first family spirit event of the year!
Congratulations to the Madison family, our grand raffle prize winner and the runner-up winner, the Francois family.
Please remember to take a moment to join the PTSA for this year. Students will get discounts throughout the year at our events if they become members! Please remember to register your PTA unique ID (found on your PTA card) at http://PTA.org/activate to get even more discounts from the national PTA.
This year, we want to keep everyone informed, so please subscribe to our PTSA E-News.
Volunteers for 2016-2017
If you want to volunteer at school during the 2016-2017 school year, you must apply (or reapply) each school year (after June 30) and be approved by Pasco County! Avoid the rush and apply online now!
ABC Program applications for Struggling Families
The Pasco County School District supports struggling families in difficult economic times through its Assist, Believe, and Care (ABC) Program. If your family is in need, contact the school to find out more information on how you can get some assistance which can help your child's success in the classroom.