Tassajara Hills Elementary School

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Learn More About PTA Programs

Scroll down to see the different activities that the PTA supports all day and every day!

 

Art Docents - Meet the Masters & Clay

Art Docent Program

The Art Docent Program is a year-round program that offers students exposure to fine arts and opportunities to experiment with a variety of art media. The program consists of two ...more

Breakfast Book Club

Breakfast Book Club takes place from January through April and usually meets the first Wednesday of each month before school. Students read assigned books (a different one for each grade), and ...more

Copy Center

Volunteers complete copy jobs needed for the teachers according to the job order form teachers fill out. Volunteer hours are to be determined and you can sign up as often as once a week or every ...more

Diversity & Lang. Liaisons

The Diversity and Language Liaisons Chair assists in promoting diversity education and tolerance, as well as encouraging diverse parent involvement to represent all student populations, at Tassajara ...more

Fall Carnival

The Fall Carnival is the PTA's primary fundraising event and will take place on Saturday, October 20, 2018. The Carnival Chairs organize and lead a team of volunteers to plan and operate the Fall ...more

Family Fun Events

The PTA will be hosting a Family Fun Event on Thursday, September 13, 2018. This year's event will be a Family Movie Night. Members of the Movie Night committee plan the movie, arrange for the ...more

Health & Wellness

The Health & Wellness Committee Chair meets with the district-level Health & Wellness committee to share ideas about promoting healthy habits at school. Areas of focus include nutrition ...more

Hospitality

The Hospitality Chair plans and hosts special events for the PTA and school families such as morning coffees. Our first event will be the First Days of School Coffee on Monday, August 13 from 8:20am ...more

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement is a program designed to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy by becoming financially literate, workforce ready, and armed with an entrepreneurial ...more

Legislation

The Legislation Chair advocates for issues that affect students and teachers at the District, State, and National levels. The San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs Legislative Advocacy Committee receives, ...more

Lost and Found

Volunteers organize items that have been left behind at school and collected in the lost & found bins in the MPR. They fold the items and put them on display for pick up days and arrange for the ...more

Multi-Cultural Night

Multi-Cultural Night is a wonderful, free family fun event where families can visit booths representing various countries, sample foods from all over the world, and enjoy a variety of cultural ...more

Parent & Community Concerns

The goal of the PTA Parent & Community Concerns (PCC) Chair is to offer parent education events and information throughout the school year to help you navigate the road ahead. Some events are offered ...more

Red Ribbon Week

Volunteers in this area help with planning events and activities for the school during Red Ribbon Week (usually in late October) to increase students' awareness of the importance of making healthy ...more

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Reflections

Reflections is a nation-wide arts appreciation and recognition program for students sponsored by National PTA. The theme for the 2018-2019 school year is "Heroes Around Me." It takes place in the ...more

Room Parents

Room Parents work with the teacher and parents to arrange class parties, collect donations, field trips, schedule volunteer times, and assist with other classroom projects as needed. They also help coordinate events for Staff Appreciation Week in May. For more detailed information, please contact Room Parent Coordinator Sara Gregory.

Safety

This committee assists the school SITE council in meeting the safety needs of our students. Activities include maintaining emergency bags in each classroom, providing window shades in case of ...more

Science Night

Science Night is an annual PTA event in which we contract a local science museum to come to our school and bring the science to us!

Last year, the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose hosted the ...more

Sister School

The Sister School program provides support to our partner school in a disadvantaged area of Contra Costa County through donation drives and arranges delivery of items to the school. Currently, our ...more

Soul Shoppe

Soul Shoppe is our PTA sponsored program focused on building character and creating safe schools. Last Spring, Tassajara Hills students learned about the "clean up" apology. As part of Soul Shoppe, ...more

Special Needs

The goal of the PTA Special Needs Committee is to: (1) provide information and support to parents and staff so they can help children with special needs succeed; and (2) help ALL children and adults ...more

SRV Run for Education

The Run for Education (formerly “Primo’s Run”) has been a tradition in the San Ramon Valley for 35 years. Our 10k, 5k Timed, 5k Fun Run Walk, Mini Run, and this year's Friendship Run, are the primary ...more

Staff Relations Committee

Staff relations volunteers assist with planning and executing four luncheons for teachers and school staff throughout the school year. Interested in volunteering as the Staff Relations Chair? Please ...more

STEM Club

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“Science – Technology – Engineering – Math”

STEM Club is a club started by a group of parents interested in promoting STEM education as an extracurricular activity for our students at Tassajara Hills ...more

Stride for Pride

Looking for a fun way to volunteer but can't commit to every week? Or maybe you can commit and are looking for something new? Stride for pride is our school's running program. The kids run laps and ...more

Vision & Hearing Screening

Volunteers on this committee assist the nurse to organize and schedule the vision and hearing screenings at THE in Fall 2018. Interested in helping? Please contact Eugenia Chern.

Yearbook

Help capture memories for our children by volunteering for Yearbook! The Yearbook committee assists with taking photos of school events, and designing pages for the yearbook. We are in need of ...more

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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