Passive Fundraising is an easy way to make a BIG difference for our school! SMS participates in, and definitely benefits from the following programs...
Just Shop, Swipe and Earn at Kroger!
The Kroger Community Rewards program allows SMS to receive a cash donation based on the percentage of your purchases once you link your Kroger Plus Card to our account: Sashabaw Middle School PTSA. It's free and easy to set up. EVERYONE must enroll or re-enroll for this program each spring. SMS Account Number: 90019
Can't remember your login or do you use your phone number at the checkout? Feel free to contact Kroger directly and they'll assist: 877-576-7587.
Box Tops for education
The Box Tops for Education program is an easy way to support our school. Simply clip Box Top coupons – worth 10 cents each – from hundreds of products, and have your student drop them off in the Main Office. For more information, go to www.btfe.com.
Thank you for the submissions! More info coming soon!
Submissions Due to Carolyn Savoie (science) by
Friday Dec. 8th!
PTA believes all children deserve a quality arts education and encourages students to pursue artistic expression through participation in its annual arts Reflections Program. The program offers students the opportunity to create works of art for fun and recognition. Students in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create and submit works of art in six areas:
- Dance Choreography,
- Film Production,
- Musical Composition,
- Photography, and
- Visual Arts (includes art forms such as drawing, painting, print making, and collage).
For more than 40 years, the program has encouraged millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas to create works of art. The Reflections Program was started in 1969 by then Colorado PTA President Mary Lou Anderson.
The PTA at Sashabaw Middle School will strive to provide activities where students feel safe, have fun, learn to deal with issues facing pre-teens while making friendships and building team skills they will use throughout their school career and everyday lives.