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1 Taking Responsibility for Our School’s Future Friends of Mayer Meeting August 10, 2011

2 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

3 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

4 Financial Reporting Maureen Riordan

5 Friends of Mayer Spending

6 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

7 Friends of Mayer Fundraising *$1,793 gift card worth $2,151 with 20% discount on purchases; $2,734 for books purchased off wish list and donated

8 Friends of Mayer Year End Fundraising Comparisons

9 Where Does the Fundraising Money Go?  Based on a CPS requirement, Farah and Katie sign an agreement noting where the money raised from each fundraiser will be allocated: Pledge Drive = Teacher Positions Walkathon = FOM Annual Expenses (i.e., copier, field trips, student awards, sports team fees, etc.) Barnes & Noble Bookfair = Books/Nooks for Classrooms Other Fundraisers = FOM Discretionary $$ (i.e., Give Back Programs, FriendRaisers, Sheffield Garden Walk, etc.)

10 Spending Allocation As of June 30, our fiscal year end, we raised over:  $152,000 from the Pledge Drive  $73,000 from the Walkathon Combined with CPS Discretionary money, we helped fund teaching positions:  3 Classroom Teachers  An Assistant Principal  An EL1 Assistant  An Office Clerk  A Response to Intervention (RTI) Specialist  Technology Support Services  Instructional Materials/Supplies We also paid for:  Field trip buses  Small tokens of appreciation for our teachers and staff including two report card pick-up lunches and the holiday cookie supplies  Referees for games for our sports teams  Rental and upkeep of the copy machines  Office and art supplies  Student of the month breakfasts and honor student awards

11 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

12 Fundraising Goals FUNDRAISING GOAL of $400K….WHY? If we use year as a baseline:  FOM gave $200,000  FOM gave $60,000 from previous year  Expect CPS budget to decrease at least $50,000 due to lower number of free and reduced lunch students  We need to raise $310,000 to just get us back to the same baseline Wish List:  Another EL1 Assistant ($40K)  Air Conditioning  Other ½ of Art Teacher  More RTI Spending  More Technology Support

13 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

14 14 Pledge Drive Plan Tracy More Amy Sprenger

15 Data From Pledge Drive $102,147 $33,113 $10,863

16 Participation Percentages by Grade Grade Total Percentage for Entire Grade Percentages by Classroom For Actually Gave EC66%96%, 76%, 65%, 58%, 58%, 57%, 55%, 43% ELI36%57%, 42%, 33%, 31%, 14%, 7% 4 th grade15%17%, 13% 5 th grade10%10%, 9% 6 th grade8%10%, 5% 7 th grade5%5%, 5% 8 th grade4%4%, 4%

17 Breakdown of Pledges vs. Received by June 30

18 Survey Feedback  Highest dissatisfaction of pledge drive is not knowing how money will be spent  Received great feedback in response to Farah’s recent stating exactly how the money was spent  60% of survey respondents want names and amounts to remain confidential  Will start this year by emphasizing classroom competitions

19 Findings  Need to encourage/remind families that suggested giving amount is per student  Need to increase participation (stress giving at any dollar amount)

20 What Is New This Year?  Asking FOM board and LSC to pledge early so we can promote 100% participation from the two boards at Open House  PHONE-A-THON:  Dinner & Dial before October 12 th FOM meeting  All Board Members must attend  Promoting classroom competitions:  Tiered Approach  Extra recess/Homework Passes – 75% participation  Popsicle Party - 100% participation OR Teacher Experience?  Using room parents more to add personal touch  Teachers promoting giving at Open House

21 Pledge Drive Communication Plan Ask FOM and LSC boards to pledge before 9/21 Open HouseAug 8 LSC & Aug 10 FOM New Parent Orientation (introduction to FOM – focus on volunteering and fundraising, mention walkathon and emphasize pledge drive) Mon, 8/29/11 First letter in backpacks and ed via FOMMon, 9/19 Open House (reinforcement of pledge drive starting – letter on Monday, announce everyone from FOM and LSC boards have pledged) Wed, 9/21 FOM blast update regarding progressMon, 9/26 Room parent update regarding progressFri, 9/30 Second letter in backpacks and ed via FOMMon, 10/3 Update to room parents - focus on individual room percentageThurs, 10/6 FOM blast regarding progressTues, 10/11 FOM Meeting – FOM Board Phone-A-Thon & Celebration of success to dateWed, 10/12 Third letter in backpacks and ed via FOMMon, 10/17 reminder to drop off check when at school for report card pick-upMon, 11/14 reminder to drop off check when at school for report card pick-upMon 4/16/12 Individual reminders to those who have pledged for final paymentsWed, 5/30 Weekly room parent sOngoing Monthly parent newslettersOngoing Acknowledge donors/thank you notesOngoing

22 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

23 Board Covenant Pam Lookatch

24 Board Covenant  Each Board Member must read & sign FOM Board Agreement tonight  Responsibility Summary:  Support mission, image & fundraising initiatives of FOM throughout school  Remain informed of school-wide and FOM programs  Serve/Chair one Fundraising initiative and one Outreach initiative during term  Be an active participant on Board and Committee assignments  Set up a structured Communication Plan for your committee’s events/initiatives

25 Board Covenant  Time Commitment:  Attend 11 Monthly FOM Meetings  Must attend 9 out of 11 meetings per year  May not miss 2 consecutive meetings  Be an FOM Board Representative  Attend Mandatory Events (i.e., New Parent Orientation, Open House, Friendraisers)  Sign up to represent the Board a minimum of two additional times per year (i.e., School Tours, Community Nights, School- wide Programs)

26 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

27 Fundraising Options Carol Deely & Pam Lookatch

28 Fundraising Options –Up For Vote  PLEDGE DRIVE—ALREADY APPROVED REMAINING FUNDRAISERS TO BE VOTED ON:  Walkathon  Barnes & Noble Bookfair  Sheffield Garden Walk NEW FUNDRAISERS TO BE VOTED ON:  Series of Socials with online auction component  Online Stand-Alone Auction  Cookbook  Halloween Costume Sale

29 $ 1,793 Gift Card (compared to $1,509 in 2009) $ % Educator Discount $ 2,151 Total Value at List Price Barnes & Noble Book Fair Sunday November 13 th - 31 teachers filled out wish lists (compared to 27 last year) books were donated during the fair (compared to 118 books in 2009) books donated were worth about $2,734 (compared to $1,416 in 2009) - $1,368 worth of books remain on wish list which leaves a remainder of $783, given to Lartarsha to buy ebooks for the Nooks - Total value of promotion (value of donated books plus value of gift card) = $4,885 Some Statistics Regarding Donated Books:

30 2012 Sheffield Garden Walk  Thanks to Vicki & Mark Duhon & the 2011 SGW Committee for an amazingly successful event!  2011 total raised = $2,359  $2,890 in sales less $531 in cost of goods  Mayer was asked to handle food concessions in the Kids Corner for  Fundraising Goal of $3,000

31 NEW! Series of Socials (Friends & Fundraisers)  Survey results show that parents want more opportunities to socialize  FOM is the vehicle to make that happen  Events will be 75% social with a fundraising component for those who want to participate  Three Adults Only Parties plus one Family Event  Estimated total amount raised = $41,000 31

32 The Social Line Up  Meet & Mingle with Mayer at Lake Shore Sports Fitness Rooftop - Friday, Sept. 30 th  $15/person, beer/wine and light appetizers  Invite Mayer teachers/staff to meet & mingle with parents  Parking spot & more in silent auction (est. $ raised = $3000)  Emerald City Comes to Mayer - Sunday, January 22 th 2012  $75/family for show, classroom art projects & teacher experiences in silent auction (est. $ raised = $5000)  Stay for a family spaghetti dinner and cake walk – $12 for Ages 11 and up & $6 Ages 3-10  March Madness Party – Location TBD on March 22, 23 or 24 th  $35/person, all inclusive evening at a sports bar  Silent auction with early items gathered from Walkathon Solicitation, BB pool, Sports tickets (est. $ raised = $3000)  The Big Bash: ”Good Bye for the Summer!” – Location TBD on Friday, June 1 st  $ 65/person, possible live auction, paddle raise for any budget shortfalls, large raffle items from Walkathon & summer parties in silent auction, iPad 3 instant raffle (est. $ raised = $30,000) 32

33 Online Auction  Easy to administer using  Site sends alerts to registered users regarding:  Status of auction items  Last chance bidding as auction comes to a close  Users have two ways to purchase items:  “Buy it now” price = face value of the item  A true eBay style auction including: Minimum initial bid price Specific bidding increments Auction close date  Used in conjunction with fundraising activities at Mayer social events to enhance auction & fundraising potential before/after event or as a stand-alone year-round auction “Buy it now” option prior to End of Year event to sell higher valued gift certificates Auction style to sell remaining items, experiences or party spots after events throughout the year  Inclusive of everyone, not only available to those who attend events

34 Healthy Cookbook Fundraiser  Letter to families asking for favorite breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner ideas. Will include a sample of the ideal way people can submit via as well as filling out back of form.  Focus on healthy, quick, and yummy recipes  Planning to have a pre-order option (with deals) to encourage people to order. Need to be sensitive to timing of other fundraising/Walkathon so not asking for too much money at once  Targeting Cookbook sales to be in FEB

35 FOM Halloween Costume Fundraiser  175+ costumes have been donated.  Dry cleaned by Cleaning Club & ready to be organized & sold.  Sell before or after school - one to two days a week  Starting the week of September 19 th through the week of October 24  At Fall Community Night on October 27 th  Costumes Prices:  Full costumes sell for $10-$15  Costume parts (capes, masks, crowns, wands, etc.) sell for $5.

36 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

37 Fundraising Options –Up For Vote  PLEDGE DRIVE—ALREADY APPROVED REMAINING FUNDRAISERS TO BE VOTED ON:  Walkathon  Barnes & Noble Bookfair  Sheffield Garden Walk NEW FUNDRAISERS TO BE VOTED ON:  Series of Socials with online auction component  Online Stand-Alone Auction  Cookbook  Halloween Costume Sale

38 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

39 Proposed Budget

40 FOM Current Financial State  Balance in FOM Bank Account = $20,291  Money left over after $200,000 given to Katie based on fundraising efforts  Spending Proposal to vote on tonight:  Sound System for Gymnasium  Air Conditioning

41 Spending Proposal #1 – Sound System in Gymnasium  Necessary for hosting all-school events (New Parent Orientation, Open House, Walkathon Pep Rally, etc.)  Discounted Price = $5,000—Regular Cost would be $10K+  Jon & Alice Singer donating $2,500  Need to approve $2,500 from current FOM balance left over from last year  Long term investment  Vote tonight to purchase & have installed by New Parent Orientation (8/29)

42 Spending Proposal #2 – Air Conditioning  Air Conditioning installed thru Phased-in Approach (TBD by Katie/Administration)  Cost Structure:  $1725 MAX per classroom  $4000 from Kith & Kin parking lot money— already approved by LSC  $10,000 matching contribution has already been donated  Send out request for donations (not in lieu of pledge drive or walkathon contributions, but in addition to)  Vote on $5000 of FOM money to allocate towards A/C slush fund

43 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

44 44 Back-To-School Events Carol Deely

45 Fall Friendraisers  Back-to-School Friendraiser Picnic  Saturday, September 10 th  11:30-2:30pm  Trebes Park  Bring a blanket & lunch  Meet new families & visit with old friends

46 Fall Friendraisers  Meet & Mingle with Mayer Friendraiser  Friday, September 30 th  7:00 – 10:00pm  Lakeshore Sport & Fitness Rooftop  Childcare Available for a fee  $15/person Admission Charge  Cash Bar  Small Silent Auction including a monthly Mayer Parking Spot

47 Fall Friendraisers  Buddy Program:  5 New Families & 10 Existing Families signed up for Buddy Program  Receive your buddy family’s information by 8/30  Contact buddy family to meet at one of the Fall Friendraisers or the Back-to-School events  Act as their liaison to the school by answering their questions & introducing them to others  Contact Stephanie to join at

48 Give Back Programs  Programs set up to help schools raise money by using products and services that families would be using anyways.  Need to market to every new and existing family to capitalize on these programs.  Goal this year - to ensure that we are making every dollar available to us from retailers & FOM’s corporate partners.

49 Give Back Programs (cont)  Sign up your card to give back to Mayer:  Target RED Card – 5% back to users + 1% back to Mayer  eScrip – 1-4% back to Mayer with your Dominick’s Fresh Values card  Between 8/10-9/13 – Mayer receives 10% back  At checkout, let them know you want your purchase to count towards Mayer’s give back:  Office Depot – 5% back to Mayer  Red Balloon – 3% back to Mayer

50 Give Back Programs (cont)  Lakeshore Sports & Fitness:  Donates $10 per month for each new Mayer family that joins for as long as they remain members  Online retailers giving back:  Mayer will receive 15% back from every costume purchased with a specific promo code at  Mayer will receive a % back from purchases made at multiple retailers through elementary-school.aspx elementary-school.aspx

51 Box Tops 4 Education Fall 2011 Summary: Introduce and Promote BT4E to current and new families and students by a series of handouts, s and facebook postings. Goal: Increase the number of online supporters to 100. Raise the percentage of ‘marketplace’ shoppers.

52 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

53 53 FOM Board Representation Pam Lookatch

54 FOM Board Representation Sign Up  Back-to-School Activities  Meet & Greet - Friday, 8/26 Meet new families at table promoting FOM and Give Back Programs Mingle at school-wide picnic Volunteers needed 8:30am-12pm  New Parent Orientation – Monday, 8/29 Mandatory attendance for Board Members Meet new families at table promoting FOM and Give Back Programs Volunteers needed 5:30pm-7pm to sit at table

55 FOM Board Representation Sign Up  School Tours  Attend program in library prior to tour  Take parents on tour of school  Answer perspective parents’ questions  Volunteers needed 9:45am-11am October 13 November 30 December 22 February 23 March 22 April 26 May 24

56 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

57 FOM Parent Newsletter  First Newsletter of the year will come out on September 21 st for Open House.  Deadlines are scheduled sooner than the rest of the month’s of the year:  Article ideas/Space Holding Requests by 08/31/11  Articles Submitted by 09/07/11  Design/Photo’s Taken – 09/08 – 09/13/11  Proofing – 09/14 – 09/19/11  Hardcopies at school 09/21/11 (in AM)  Please use the address when submitting articles to the  Further instruction on how to communicate FOM information in the school’s many communication vehicles will be sent out following this meeting and reviewed at our September FOM meeting.

58 Agenda IntroductionsFarah Denahan6:30-6:40 Financial ReportMaureen Riordan6:40-6:45 Celebrate Success of Farah Denahan6:45-6:50 Fundraising GoalsFarah Denahan6:50-7:00 Pledge DriveTracy More/Amy S.7:00-7:15 Board CovenantPam Lookatch7:15-7:30 Fundraising Options Carol Deely/Pam Lookatch 7:30-7:45 VOTE on FundraisersFarah Denahan7:45-7:50 Budget Proposal/VOTEFarah Denahan7:50-8:00 Back-to-School EventsCarol Deely8:00-8:15 FOM Board RepresentationPam Lookatch8:15-8:20 Parent NewsletterDebbie Hilander8:20-8:25 All Other BusinessFarah Denahan8:25-8:30

59 FOM Meeting Dates  Wednesday, August 10  TUESDAY, September 13  Wednesday, October 12  TUESDAY, November 15  Wednesday, December 14  Wednesday, January 18  Wednesday, February 15  Wednesday, March 14  Wednesday, April 25  THURSDAY, May 17  Wednesday, June 6 All meeting times are 6:30 PM, in the school library, except as noted

60 Other Business  Trebes Park Renovation Update –  Initial CPD Budget Meeting was successful – thanks to everyone who was there in Mayer gear!  Trebes Park proposal was forwarded to next round of budget meetings which will be held – September 22 nd at 6pm (Warren park – 6602 N. Western)  Please come out again in your Mayer gear to show support for playground improvements for all our Mayer students.

61 Next FOM Meeting  Tuesday, September 13 6:30pm  2 nd Floor School Library See you there!


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