6/8 to 6/12PTC Calendar Raffle Fundraiser
2015 Spring Calendar Raffle
The 2015 Spring Calendar Raffle is on! Its purpose is to help raise much needed funds to support the PTC-sponsored enrichment programs and to raffle off some fun items to our wonderful Hillside kids and families!
Raffle flyers went home with your student(s) on Monday 5/18. Remember to turn your tickets in before June 8th to have the best chance at winning a school day raffle prize.
For details about tickets, prizes and scheduled drawings please click here.
Committee Chair/ Volunteer Openings
Check Out: PTC News!
Click here for the latest PTC Meeting Minutes (03/11/2015 - Pending Approval).
Send in your Box Tops! Drop them off in the box near front desk. You can either clip them and place them in zip top plastic bags or glue them to the BTFE collection sheets and drop them into the box.
Help Hillside through Amazon Smile
Do you order items online? Think of ordering through Amazon Smile to benefit Hillside School!
Next time you shop on Amazon, please use the following link to log in to your account and be sure to designate Hillside School Parent Teacher Council Trust as the organization you would like to support. Once you've done that, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases back to the Hillside PTC each time you shop through Amazon Smile.
Hillside is now enrolled in the Stop & Shop A+ Rewards program. To register your Stop & Shop card please click here.
Did you know there's an easy way to help us raise money for our school? It's called Take Charge of Education, and it's helping our school right now. Have a Target REDcard? You can ensure it's working harder for you (and our school!).
Here's how it works: visit Target.com/tcoe or call 1-800-316-6142 to designate our school, then use your REDcard whenever you shop. When you use your REDcard (Target Credit Card, Target Debit Card or Target Visa Credit Card), Target will donate up to 1% of your purchases to the eligible K–12 school of your choice.
Grandparents, alumni, friends and neighbors are all welcome to participate in the program. The more people we involve, the harder the program works for our school.