WHAT WE DO
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WITH YOUR SUPPORT, THE EASTON PTO HAS ACCOMPLISHED A LOT!
Your membership dues and fundraiser support make it all possible.
Your generous volunteer time helps make it happen.
Here are some of the initiatives funded in recent years.
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Extra Curricular Activities
Traditionally fund new programs and support ongoing programs at both schools. Provided a $10,000 grant for the 2018-19 school year to ensure extra curricular programs could run at HKMS. Fully funded all HKMS extra curriculars for 2019-20 school year.
Funding for Specials
Supplemental funding for new electronics, musical instruments, art initiatives and sports equipment.
Custom designed clothing and gear with school branding to enhance a sense of community.
A tri-district special education committee for grades K to 12. Helps students and families who rely on additional support measures. Learn more HERE.
A great food & fun event, featuring the SSES vs. HKMS staff softball game, that coincides with the budget referendum, as part of our "Get Out The Vote" initiative.
A great way to promote school spirit and student purchasing autonomy.
Bring in experts to discuss topics that concern our community.
Sponsor an interactive experience for 4th-grade students complementing a K-5 diversity education initiative
Provides classroom volunteers to aid teachers throughout the year.
Shelf Elf Program
Volunteer aids for the media center.
HKMS Ski Club
Our most popular student group activity! A great community-building series of trips for HKMS students.
Go Green Fashion Show
A hands-on initiative to increase students’ environmental awareness.
Second Grade Play
An engaging arts initiative, where each 2nd grader is given a chance to shine
In-House Field Trips
Interactive learning experiences on school grounds.
Educational trips to places like Pond Farm, performances at Sacred Heart University, Sturbridge Village and the Discovery Museum.
An immersive, hands-on book shopping experience for students.
After-school class on computer coding for students in grades 4-8.
Giving students the opportunity to donate, as a community, to local food pantries.
Funding to install additional cameras to keep HKMS safe. (2019)
Water Bottle Filling Station
Funding to install a water bottle filling station at SSES (2019)
Coordinated fundraising to repave and update the HKMS basketball court (2019)
ONLINE SAFETY AND AWARENESS
Presentation by Easton Police Detective Kent Lyman
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