During morning drop off this week Grand View parents and students in orange vests will be helping make drop off quicker and safer. Please remember to pull forward when dropping off and park only in designated parking areas. Let’s start the day off smiling!
PTA MEETING 3/2 – SIGN UP BY MONDAY FOR FOOD & CHILD ACTIVITY After Open House there will be a PTA General Meeting in the Cafeteria beginning at 6:45pm. Please sign up here if you plan to attend and want your child to enjoy dinner and an activity while you attend the meeting. Principal Nancy Doyle will provide an update on our school, and there will updates from GVPTA, MBUSD, and MBX Summer Camps.
All parents and community members are invited to hear the eight candidates for the three open Manhattan Beach City Council seats speak at the PTA Sponsored City Council Forum on Friday, February 24 starting at 9 am. The Forum will be held in the Mira Costa High School Small Theater, and Paul Silva will be moderating. Come find out how the candidates will support education, economic development and more in our city. For more details on the Manhattan Beach City Council candidates and how to vote on March 7, please visit the Manhattan Beach City website.
Wednesday, February 1 from 6:30-8:30 Please join us for a festive evening to find out about volunteer opportunities for this year and next year! You can learn more about Young At Art, Yearbook, Growing Great, Shades of Green, Parent Party, PTA Board Positions, Gator Run, Run Club, Room Parent Coordinator, School/Garden Club, Spring Fair, Book Fair, Family Fun and Movie Night! Please refer to the 1/22 Gazette for more details on this evening which will be generously hosted by Amanda Zaumeyer and thoughtfully organized by Jen Cram, VP of Volunteers.
Wednesday, 1/18 from 6:30 – 8 pm in the Grand View Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Bell Ave. Grand View PTA invites all neighbors, parents, students & teachers to attend a Grand View PTA Safety meeting. Featuring the Grand View Safety Committee, Manhattan Beach Police Department & Neighborhood Watch, who will all give a Community Safety Update and share what we can do to make our community safer. Food & prizes will also be provided to those folks who attend. Supplies will be limited, so make sure to show up early!