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Jog-A-Thon: DATE CHANGE

 Jog-A-Thon will now be held on Tuesday, 10/24.

Because of forecasted thunderstorms we need to change the date of Jog-A-Thon to ensure student safety.

The running times remain unchanged.

Jog-A-Thon Schedule:

9:00-9:40 4th Grade

9:40-10:20 3rd Grade & SRC (Mrs. Eckrode)

10:20-11:00 1st Grade & SRC (Mrs. Hefty)

11:00-11:40 5th Grade

12:00-12:40 Kindergarten

12:40-1:20 2nd Grade

Questions? Please contact Charity Dart at charitydart@gmail.com or Jennifer Collett at vpfundraising@terralindaptc.org with any Jog-A-Thon questions.

Quick snippets on what’s ahead at Terra Linda!

Upcoming Events:

  • Running Club: Every Tues. & Thur. during lunch recess
  • OBOB informational mtg: Oct. 20 (afterschool – 4:15pm)
  • Jog-A-Thon: Oct. 20
  • Scholastic Book Fair: Oct. 26-31
  • Passport Club: Oct. 26
  • Coding Club: Oct. 27
  • Dance & Glow: Oct. 27
  • PTC Meeting: Nov. 1 (7pm)

Current Needs:

Volunteers are needed for Jog-A-Thon, Book Fair, Read to Me, Running Club, Passport Club, Library Helper, and Classroom Opportunities.  For more information and to sign up, click here.

Work Party

Seeking additional volunteers every Friday morning, after the bell rings, Work Party meets in the lobby for a couple of hours.  We make books from stories the kids have written, cut out laminated bulletin board decorations, make copies of math worksheets and much more.  So much, that we’ve not been able to finish it all for the last several weeks.  Feel free to bring your coffee, we also get to chat while we work.  You do not need to commit to coming every week. Sign up with myvolunteer page.  Contact Amy Waugh awaugh@comcast.net with any questions.

PTC Club and Event Happenings:

We have an exciting few weeks ahead!

PTC Meeting

Mark your calendars for our next PTC meeting on Wednesday, November 1st 6:30-8:00 p.m.

ATTN: 4th & 5th Grade families:

We will review the BSD Option Schools for middle school and have a panel discussion with representatives from each school.

Jog-A-Thon

We are sure you have heard the news from your student that when we reach our school goal of earning $30,000, we get to Silly String Mrs. Batsell and Mr. Young!

And although that sounds like every child’s dream come true, you may have thought to yourself “Why should I does this? How does this benefit my child?”

The answer is simple. The money raised at the Jog-A-Thon will benefit every Terra Linda student, every single day.

The PTC can buy more books for classrooms and the library. It can continue to support teachers as they strive to make their classrooms as enriching and engaging as possible. Students may find a passion through participation in Passport Club, Running Club, Art Literacy, or the Science Fair. The Terra Linda community will be strengthened with fun events like the Fall Dance, Bingo Night, and Movie Night.

Jog-A-Thon helps fund all of these wonderful things and many more. Please give what you are able to and spread the word to family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors and help make this year’s Jog-A-Thon a huge success. The kids can’t wait to use the Silly String!

For more instructions on how to raise funds, how to use Pledgestar and the running schedule of your child, check out our Jog-A-Thon page.

Running Club

Running ClubOn Halloween we will be holding a special event where every runner will earn a pumpkin token to add to their chain.  Look for special events every month!

Running Club is held on Tuesday and Thursday during lunch recess.  Every student at Terra Linda is member and can choose to participate.  Runners can earn awards for reaching milestones, such as a wristband for completing their first mile and a token and chain when they finish a 5k (3 miles).

We are always looking for more volunteers.  As a volunteer you can pass out mileage cards, mark laps, and give high fives!
Questions:  RunningClub@terralindaptc.org

OBOB

OBOBLove to read?  Want to discover new books?

Oregon Battle of the Books will be holding an informational meeting for students and parents on Friday, October 20.  The meeting will be held in the library, after school and end at 4:15pm.

OBOB is a reading competition for third, fourth, and fifth grade students of all reading abilities.  Students create teams of four members and read sixteen books.

There will be monthly school wide meetings October-February and a final competition in late February.

Several OBOB books are currently on sale through Audible for only $4.00.  This is a great opportunity to purchase an audio version of the book at a fantastic price.  Books include:  The Red Pencil, Esperanza Rising, Masterpiece, and Dash

More information, including the book list, can be found here:
http://www.oregonbattleofthebooks.org/

Questions:  OBOB@terralindaptc.org

Coding ClubCoding Club

Coding Club will be returning to the computer lab on Friday, October 27 in the computer lab.  Meetings will take place once a month.  Applications will be sent home with 4th and 5th grade students next week.

The focus for Coding Club this year will be building a website.

Coding Club introduces basic coding skills to twenty fourth and fifth grade students.  These workshops are taught by volunteer IT professionals.

Questions:  TerraLindaCodingClub@gmail.com

Scholastic Book Fair

Fall Book Fair is coming soon!

Thursday, October 26 – Tuesday 31, the Fair will be in the school library:

Before school 8:10am – 8:30am
Lunch time 10:45am – 12:30pm
After school 3:05pm – 3:30pm

It is also open during Fall Dance on Friday, October 27th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm and Wednesday morning, November 1st from 8:10am to 8:30am

Look for the book fair flyer in Thursday folders on 10/19.

The Book Fair is a wonderful opportunity to share your love of reading with your whole class by donating a book to your student’s classroom. Teachers have chosen books they would like to have in their classroom and set them aside behind the cashier.

VOLUNTEERS: If you can spare an hour of your time to help at the Fair, please sign up at myvolunteerpage.com or contact Pam at terralindabookfair@gmail.com with questions.

Passport

QUIZ TIME!! What country in South America borders every other country but two? Where do kangaroos live? Where was pizza born? Which country measures its success by “gross national happiness?”

Study this month’s passport countries to find out! Online study maps found here. Password (case sensitive): HelloWorld.

We will see you on October 26th to check your skills!  Here are the remaining check days:

Oct 26     Jan 25      April 26
Nov 16     Feb 22     May 24
Dec 14     Mar 22     June 7 (2nd chance day)

Thank you to all who participated in the first PTC Passport check day of the 2017/18 school year! It was fun, encouraging, and the bell was ringing!!

Dance and Glow

Get ready to GLOW!!! Mark your calendar for our fall dance, Dance and Glow, on October 27th from 6:30-8pm at Terra Linda. Wear your whites or glow in the dark clothes and come ready to rock out with your friends to our awesome DJ!  Every child will receive a glow stick and a cookie.  It’s gonna be GLOWTASTIC!

U.S World Class Taekwondo Association, Character Kids program

When you sign up your child for this 3 week class, 100% of the proceeds go to Terra Linda.  It’s really a win-win for everyone!

The three week class includes:
1. Focus and Confidence
2. Discipline and Respect
3. BULLY PREVENTION

For more information, check out this: US World Class flyer . You may also sign up here.

Did you know?

  • We raised close to $500 from our last Dining for Dollars at Laughing Planet!  Thank you to Laughing Planet and everyone who dined.
  • Looking for last week’s PTC Meeting Minutes?
  • You can find us on Facebook for the latest updates, too.

 

 

This week we’d like to continue our series on Terra Linda Volunteer Profiles.  If you missed our last volunteer interview with Becky Seppala, you can read it here.

 

Today, I’d like to introduce to you, Lori Miller.

She is a mom of three.  Josie (George Fox University), Josh (Sunset High School) and Gracie (5th grade at TL). She has volunteered at Terra Linda more years than we can tally!  For the past 6 years, Lori has lead the charge to keep the Passport Club an exciting and challenging enrichment program for our students.

Thank you for your commitment to the Terra Linda community!  Please take a few minutes to learn more about Passport Club

 An Interview With A Volunteer

A Q&A with Lori Miller – Passport Club

Lori Miller – Passport Club Volunteer Coordinator

Can you tell us a little bit about Passport Club?

I volunteer for Passport Club, which is an enrichment activity funded by the Terra Linda PTC and fully run by volunteers.  It is a fun international geography program where students learn all of the countries of the world through memorization and review over several years.  Each child that participates receives a Passport; once a month we hold a Passport Club check day where students can earn stamps to glue in their passport.  Time is given during the school day for the students to be quizzed.  Students and parents are encouraged to study at home to prepare for Passport Club.

What do you do as a volunteer for Passport Club?

Officially, I am the Volunteer Coordinator for PTC Passport Club, which essentially means I’m the point person, however, Passport Club is a team effort all of the way!!  I recruit, train, and communicate with all volunteers, and recruit and communicate with our leadership team.  This year, we are excited to have a leadership team of seven! I also schedule the classroom timeslots for check day and work with teachers and staff to ensure it all runs smoothly!  

As with any activity, PTC Passport has several parts to it.  One very important part is we have someone in charge of doing all of our photocopying – hundreds of copies every month!  We have a dad who leaves work early one Wednesday each month to set up all of our tables and chairs so when we arrive early Thursday morning, we are ready to go!  Another volunteer keeps our record book so we are prepared at year end to give out achievement awards to students.  On our once-a-month Passport check days, we have a minimum 16 volunteers who show up to quiz students. Some volunteers no longer have students at Terra Linda. It is really cool to see it all come together.  As always, it is a privilege to be a part of TL and the greater community!

Do you utilize PTC funds to organize Passport Club?

We purchase 300 new passports every summer for the new school year.  We also give away lots of stickers and use many glue sticks!

How does Terra Linda benefit from Passport Club?

One of my favorite things about PTC Passport Club is the opportunity for students to have another adult – not their parent or teacher – encourage and cheer them on.  On a Passport check day, the student will interact with one adult who will quiz their knowledge, another who will get them stamps for their passport, and another to whom they will turn in their passport.  Each of these adults takes the opportunity to encourage the students and say, “wow, I see you worked really hard this month” or, “no worries, next month you get another try – I know with a few minutes preparation you can beat your current level”!  We do a lot of celebrating on Passport check days and it’s very special to the kids.  

Can you share a personal experience you’ve had while heading Passport Club?

I started volunteering for PTC Passport Club when our youngest was in preschool and I had time to slip in for 2 hours as a checker.  When my daughter started kindergarten at TL, I decided to choose one area to dive in and volunteer, and I took over as Volunteer Coordinator. I have committed to this wonderful role for 6 years, and this year will be my final year.  Passport Club has been very special to me, in particular because it has given me the opportunity to meet so many students and be a giant encouragement to them!

If someone is interested in helping out, what is the time commitment? 

If you are looking for your place to volunteer, PTC Passport Club is really great because of our flexibility.  Passport Club is a once-a-month commitment for anywhere from 45 minutes to 3 hours – you decide.  If one month you get called into a work meeting, no worries, come the next month. It is also great because you can see your own child during the check day!

Please join us for our next PTC Meeting this Wednesday, 10/4, at 7:00pm in the Terra Linda Library!

We’re changing the format of the PTC meetings a little bit. We’d like to send out the agenda and updates ahead of time, so everyone can see the topics. The updates will not be discussed, in the meeting, unless parents/staff have questions. We’re hoping this will help streamline the meetings and keep them to an hour. It should also free up some time to have guest speakers.

You can check out the PTC Meeting Agenda here:

Terra Linda PTC Meeting Agenda October 4 2017

At this month’s meeting, we’re excited to have Kristy Edmunds and Christy Batsell as our guest speakers…

 

Growing Our Readers

Last spring, Reading Specialist Kristy Edmunds trained volunteers how to read with first graders by explaining what skills and strategies students needed at each reading level.  All the parents said, “I wish I would have known this sooner for our own children!”

Kristy Edmunds and Christy Batsell will share this same information, but expanded to all grade levels. Learn how students move up in reading levels from Kindergarten “Read to Me” through 5th grade “Orange” and beyond. Hear how our teachers support students in this progression and take home some strategies to use with your own children.

 

2017-18 PTC Board

Tamara​ ​Peters​ ​-​ ​President

Jenn​ ​Collett​ ​-​ ​VP​ ​of​ ​Fundraising

Rick​ ​Collett​ ​-​ ​Volunteer​ ​Coordinator

Brain​ ​Baldwin​ ​-​ ​Treasurer

Michele​ ​Fordice​ ​-​ ​Communications​ ​Coordinator

Kristine​ ​Baker​ ​-​ ​Secretary

What is the PTC Blast? Quick snippets on what’s ahead at Terra Linda!

Upcoming Events:

  • Running Club: Every Tuesday & Thursday during lunch recess
  • PTC Meeting: Oct. 4 (7pm)
  • OBOB informational mtg (date/location: TBD)
  • Jog-A-Thon: Oct. 20 (More information coming home TODAY)
  • Scholastic Book Fair: Oct. 24-27
  • Passport Club: Oct. 26
  • Fall Dance: Oct. 27

Current Needs:

To sign up, click on the title links below.

Read to Me: 2nd Grade
Monday – Friday, ongoing, 8:30 – 9am
Volunteers will have time to listen to and help two students read.

Read to Me: Kindergarten
Monday – Friday, ongoing, multiple shift per day
Volunteers will have time to read to two students. The link above will take you to Opportunities. Scroll down to “Read to Me: Kindergarten” to sign up.

Tooth Taxi
Monday (Oct. 2) – Friday (Oct. 6) – times TBD
New this year! The Tooth Taxi is a 38 foot state-of-the-art dental office on wheels that visits schools throughout Oregon to provide free dental care and oral health education to uninsured and underserved children.
We need two volunteers on the first day and one on the other days.  We do not have appointment times yet, but if you know you will be available on one of the days, please click on the link above and then click Sign Up.  We will contact you when we know the appointment times.

Running Club – new times
Help students get out and run on the new track on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:45 – 11:45am and 11:45 – 12:30pm.
10:45-11:45am (Kindergarten/ First Grade/ Second Grade)
11:45-12:30pm (Fifth Grade/ Fourth Grade)

Library Volunteers Do you want to help re-shelf books and help students check out books? There are many shifts available with flexible options!

Passport Club Are you interested in quizzing students on their geography facts?  It’s a great way to meet students and it’s only one day a month with flexible shifts.

PTC Club and Event Happenings:

Jog-A-Thon Committee

Yesterday, the Jog-A-Thon committee hosted a Pep Rally!  There was cheering, dancing and a lot excitement in that gym.  Not only were these volunteers excited but so was their hair.

When the students heard that if they reach their fundraising goal of $30,000, Mrs. Batsell and Mr. Young would be silly stringed in front of the whole school the entire crowd of students roared with excitment!

Let’s do this TIGERS!!

PTC Meetings: If you are a parent or guardian of a student at Terra Linda, you are officially a member of the PTC. Mark your calendar to attend the next PTC meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 4. Your input is valued and appreciated!

Jog-A-Thon:  Our 3rd Annual Terra Linda Jog-A-Thon is fast approaching. Packets containing all pertinent information are coming home with students today. Jog-A-Thon is Terra Linda’s biggest fundraiser of the year. The money we raise together helps buy books for our library and classrooms, supports classroom enrichment, funds fun community-building events, and so much more. Thank you in advance for your support!

We would like to thank your 2017 Jog-A-Thon corporate sponsors:

  • World of Smiles
  • Pet Barn
  • Summit Dental
  • Interior Stone Concepts
  • Cedar Mill Veterinary Clinic
  • Walker Road Chiropractic
  • Cedar Mill Chiropractic
  • ProFocus Technology Professionals
  • Hi5 Dental
  • OrthoDirect
  • Cedar Park Family Dental Care
  • Keller Williams Realty – Margaret “Peggy” Cantwell
  • Keller Williams Realty – Karina Stark
  • Willamette HVAC
  • Jamba Juice
  • Subway
  • Foot Traffic

Running ClubRunning Club:  Running Club took to the track the second week of school with 163 students participating on the first day.  Seven students ran more than a mile and all together Running Club logged 71 miles!
Running Club is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch recess.  Every student at Terra Linda is a member and can choose to participate at any time.  Runners can earn awards for reaching milestones, such as a wristband for completing their first mile and a token and chain when they finish a 5k (3 miles).
We are always looking for more volunteers.  As a volunteer you can pass out mileage cards, mark laps, and give high fives!
Questions:  RunningClub@terralindaptc.org

OBOBOBOB:  Love to read?  Want to discover new books?  OBOB is a reading competition for third-fifth grade students.  Students create teams of four members and read sixteen books.
There will be monthly school wide meetings from October to February and a final competition in late February.  More information, including the book list, can be found here:
http://www.oregonbattleofthebooks.org/
Questions:  OBOB@terralindaptc.org

Coding Club:  Coding Club Coding Club will be returning to the computer lab this October.  Details such as dates and how you can join this club will be coming soon.
Coding Club introduces basic coding skills to twenty fourth and fifth grade students.  These workshops are taught by volunteer IT professionals.
Questions:  CodingClub@terralindaptc.org

Did you know?

  • PTC funds over 37 enrichment programs and events.  WOW!  Completely run by volunteers.
  • You can see an updated  PTC Budget at anytime.
  • You can find us on Facebook for the latest updates!

 

What is the PTC Blast? Quick snippets on what’s ahead at Terra Linda!

Upcoming Events:

  • Volunteer Orientation: TONIGHT in the cafeteria (5:45pm)
  • Curriculum Night: TONIGHT (6:30pm)
  • Dining for Dollars: Sept. 26 (11am-9pm)
  • Passport Club: Sept. 28
  • Running Club: Every Tuesday & Thursday during lunch recess
  • PTC Meeting: Oct. 4 (7pm)
  • Jog-A-Thon: Oct. 20 (More information coming home soon)

Current Needs:

To sign up for the activities below, head to http://myvolunteerpage.com

  • Lunch Helpers: Now through Friday, September 22 (11:10 – 11:40am each day). It takes a while for the 1st-grade and Kindergarten students to settle into the routine, and many need help opening items in their lunches and reminders to eat quickly.
  • Read to Me (Kindergarten): Volunteer for a 30-minute shift to read picture books to Kindergarten students. Must be trained first. Contact Kristine Edmunds to setup a short training session or ask any questions (kristine_edmunds@beaverton.k12.or.us).
  • Running Club: Help students get out and run on the new track on Tuesdays and Thursdays (11am-noon; noon-1pm).  
  • Library Volunteers: Do you want to help re-shelf books and help students check out books? There are many shifts available with flexible options!  For more info email Desiree Wolfe (desireemw@icloud.com).
  • Passport Club:  Interested in quizzing students on their geography facts?  It’s a great way to meet students and it’s only one day a month.  Email Lori Miller if you’re interested in helping on the passport team. passportclub@terralindaptc.org.

PTC Club and Event Happenings:

Dining for Dollars: The Cedar Mill Laughing Planet Cafe is very excited about hosting our first Dining for Dollars event of the year! They will graciously be donating 15% of the entire day’s sales to Terra Linda on Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 11am-9pm.  See you there!

PTC Meetings: If you are a parent or guardian of a student at Terra Linda, then you are officially a member of the PTC. Mark your calendar to attend the next PTC meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 4. Your input is valued and appreciated!

Passport Club: Look for maps coming home with students today if you haven’t already received them. Please help your kids study and encourage this global learning opprotunity.  You can find study guide and maps here too. 

Did you know?

  • In 2016-2017, we logged 4,336 volunteer hours at Terra Linda. That’s the equivilent of nearly 3 full-time positions! THANK YOU to all our committed volunteers who helped make that happen! You make Terra Linda great!
  • This past Tuesday 42% of Terra Linda students chose to participate in Running Club during their lunch recess. They ran a total of 71 miles IN ONE DAY! Way to go Tigers!
  • Each classroom has a calming corner. Ask your student about it!

Becky Seppala

There are so many ways to contribute your time and talent at Terra Linda Elementary.  We have parents, grandparents and community members that volunteer in many capacities.

This year, we want to highlight a few volunteers.  Our hope is that you will see that any amount of time and talent that you are able to contribute can make a huge impact in your community.

Becky Seppala is a mom of four children and a dentist. In her spare time, I imagine her hiding in a closet and binge watching reruns of 90210 on an iPad.

But let’s be honest, she’s probably unpacking their newly remodeled house, running kiddos to sports,  cleaning up Goldfish crackers all while bringing laughter to everyone who comes across her path.  We really aren’t sure how she does it all!

Thank you, for all that you have given to the PTC!

 

An Interview With A Volunteer // Q&A with : Becky Seppala

Can you tell us a little about the activity for which you volunteer?

“I am the Dining for Dollars committee chair; dining for dollars is a way of fundraising for Terra Linda by partnering with restaurants to plan dining events for our school and local community to receive a portion of the restaurant’s profit on a certain date.”

 

What you do as a volunteer for Dining for Dollars?

“My main responsibilities are to select restaurants, that our community enjoys attending, that are willing to partner with TL and support our financial needs. I plan with the restaurant management staff, and coordinate with the PTC Board, to schedule events throughout the year; some involve brief applications as well.  As an event approaches, I advertise within the school with posters, distribute fliers to students, and use social media to spread the word about attending the restaurant.  After the event, I collect the funds raised and turn them in to the PTC treasurer.”

 

How does Terra Linda benefit from Dining for Dollars?

“Not only does TL benefit from the money raised, but each of the four events throughout the year help to develop a stronger sense of community between TL families and staff as they spend time together outside of school, as well as build stronger relationships with local businesses.”

 

Can you share a fun experience you’ve had while heading up Dining for Dollars?

“This activity is a great example of a way to get involved at TL without having to just volunteer at the school during school hours.  I am able to work on coordinating events and advertising on my own time (my days off, evenings, weekends, etc).  There are so many businesses that are looking to support schools financially, and they make it very easy to take advantage of these opportunities for our kids! One night that stands out was the McMenamin’s friend and family night.  Following my son’s baseball game, most families from his team headed there for dinner.  We showed up to see the restaurant full of other TL families, and our team ended up all sitting together in the back.   It was so fun to get to know each other better in a relaxed, social setting, all while making money for TL by just eating dinner!  Our crew may have been a little rowdy, but it was rewarding when I went to meet the manager to obtain the funds raised; he had nothing but compliments for our school’s support, and couldn’t wait to invite us back after the amazing turnout we had!”

 

Do you utilize PTC funds to organize Dining for Dollars?

“PTC doesn’t have to fund any these events—families just get to go and support!”

 

Our next Dining for Dollars is Tuesday, Sept 26 at Laughing Planet.  For more info, click here.

Track: OFFICIALLY OPEN

 

Photo by David Cronk/Cedar Mill Living

WE BUILT IT, AND THEY RAN!

The Terra Linda track officially opened with fanfare last Thursday evening. The two-laned track was filled with runners, walkers, and hurdlers all eager to test out the new facility. Athletes young and old competed and the results are in; the clear winner is the Terra Linda community!

Photo by David Cronk/Cedar Mill Living

With the lead of Kelly Olson, 92% of Terra Linda students participated in Running Club last year.  Ivey Rich (now a 5th grader) was the only student to complete an entire marathon! Way to go, Ivey!

 

Please encourage your students to participate in Running Club this year.  They can participate on during their lunch time recess on Tuesday and Thursdays.  It should be a great experience for all!

A very special thanks to our community partners who came out to support the celebration and donated gifts to participants:

  • Costco
  • Washington County Sheriff
  • Foot Traffic
  • Muzuno
  • Jamba Juice
  • Play Fit Fun
  • World of Smiles
  • Ortho Direct
  • NextHome Realty – Natalie Olsen
  • Sunset Credit Union
  • Subway
  • Cedar Mill News/ Cedar Mill Historical Society
  • Team Uni
  • Subway
Photo by David Cronk/Cedar Mill Living

Photo by David Cronk/Cedar Mill Living

And thank you to the entire Track Committee for your commitment to bringing this incredible track to the Terra Linda Community!

SAVE THE DATE:  BACK N’ TRACK coming soon!

You’ve probably heard the exciting news, stopped over to see the construction progress, and are now anxiously awaiting the grand opening.

Well Terra Linda Tigers, get your running shoes ready because on August 31, the wait will be over.

The Terra Linda Track is officially opening!!!

Our new track features a ¼ mile loop of all-weather rubber surface that will keep us running year-round. No more soggy sneakers! In addition to the track, the adjacent BSD baseball field received upgraded fencing and a second new fence was added to separate the school area from the neighboring housing complex. The project also includes new landscaping and tree replanting.

This track is a gift for each and every one one of us and all are welcome to use the track. We hope it promotes lifelong health and physical activity! After Terra Linda’s back to school night, we invite you to join us at the Terra Linda Track Celebration and All – Comers Meet!

 

Back N’ Track Schedule:

4:30-5:30 Meet your Teacher, Drop off supplies

5:15-6:30 PTC-Sponsored Picnic and Activity Fair

** FREE HOT DOG DINNER and Pizza Schmizza & Grilled Cheese Grill food carts for purchase

 

 

 

6:00-7:30 Track Celebration

6:00 Ribbon Cutting followed by a Play-Fit-Fun warm-up session

6:30 All – Comers Meet on the track including races for: K-5 grades, middle and high schoolers, adults, and a family relay!  There will be turbo javelin throwing and training hurdle races inside the track loop

7:30 Celebration ends

 

Area groups including Foot Traffic, Mizuno, the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, Jamba Juice, and others will have information booths at the event and food carts will be available for a charge.

A special thank you to the many donors of the Terra Linda Community and the following sponsors: