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Executive Board - 2013-2014
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Executive Board:

Christine Poplawski
Maria Hunt
1st Vice President:
Theresa Matzer-Alleva
2nd Vice President:
Patty Stauder
Recording Secretary:
Amy Brown
Corresponding Secretary:
Christine Santospirito
Maria Merlo
Teacher Representative:
Mrs. Bacheller
Mr. Cunha

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March 31, 2014
7pm, GP Room
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Membership is always open. Download a membership form and join today!

Dates to Remember, 2013-2014

Spring Pictures

There will be a Spring Picture day on Wednesday, March 26 during the school day. These photos are informal and all students will be photographed. Proofs will then be sent home and parent can choose order them or return them. Students may also bring props to be used during the photo shoot. Please make sure that any prop is appropriate for the school environment. All props are the responsibility of the student to bring to the photo shoot and then bring home.

PTA Membership drive is underway. The cost is $10 for a single membership, $15 for a double membership. Proceeds go back to help Your PTA bring such events as: The Circus, The Back to School Gathering, every Arts in Education Show, Field Day and much more. Your PTA needs your support to continue to bring these services into the school. You can download a membership form on the RJL PTA Website here.


Did you know there’s an easy way to help us raise money for our school—for books, band uniforms, reading programs and anything else that can use extra funding? It’s called Take Charge of Education®, and it’s helping our school right now.

Here’s how it works: Visit 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.* Learn more at or stop in a Target store to apply.

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. If you’re already participating, thank you! Check out our school’s progress anytime at

The money raised will go towards in-school assemblies to help make up for the loss of school trips

BEAT THE WINTER BLUES with the RJL PTA's Annual Plant Sale

Spring is right around the corner (according to the calendar) and what better way to welcome it with thinking about your spring planting plans. RJ Lockhart’s Annual Plant Sale will be held May 8-9th. Our pre-order sale is taking place now. Our prices are on par with local garden centers, but our profits benefit the children of RJ Lockhart! Sample pictures of the plants can be found on the here . Please return your order form with payment in full by March 21st to the PTA mailbox.

Class Shirts

This year RJ Lockhart PTA is offering 2013-2014 Class Shirts. These shirts will be worn for Field Day!!!

Grades K (yellow), 1 (blue), 2 (red), 3 (purple) 4 (green) and 5 (orange) will need to purchase tye-dyed shirt or wear a solid shirt matching the grade’s class color. RJL Class Shirts 2013-2014 cost $8.00 each. The PTA is offering these shirts at cost – it is not a fundraiser. Parents are also welcome to purchase shirts.

The 6th grade will be wearing their “Class of 2014” shirts.

It is recommended that class parents purchase a shirt to be worn at Field Day

This is will be the ONLY Class shirt order for the school year.

Orders are due by March 24, 2014. Download an order form here.

School Store

Our school store will be open every Tuesday during lunch periods. The school store is open for all students in Grades 1-6. This is an easy way to replace your child’s school supplies, or just treat them to something fun! View the price list here.

Box Top$ for Education

Once again our school will participate in the Box Top$ for Education program. This program earns cash for our school.

Please clip the Box Top logos from participating products and send them to school with your child(ren) either an envelope or a zip lock bag. Please remember to have your child’s name and teacher’s name written on the bags or envelopes for your class to receive credit for them.

We will be running beginning a contest beginning now through January 8.

Our first contest winners are:

1st place with 1,049 box tops is Mrs. Cirella's class
2nd place with 1,038 box tops is Mrs. Kennedy's class
3rd place with 823 box tops is Mrs. Mondshein's class

Each class above will receive book fair vouchers for the book fair in January.

The Mission of the PTA

To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children;
To assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children;
To encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.

The Purpose of the PTA

To promote the welfare of the children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship.
To raise the standards of home life.
To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth.
To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently the education of children and youth.
To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social and spiritual education.

About RJ Lockhart
The Raymond J. Lockhart School is an integral part of the community. Students are invited to discover, invent, experiment, and dream in our child-centered classrooms. Technology is infused throughout the curriculum and there is a strong emphasis on literacy and reading. New York State Standards are evident throughout the school. Our children also participate in a character education program that was carefully developed by our site-based team. Children participate in recycling efforts, feeding the hungry, and developing a core of respect for themselves, each other, and the environment.

In addition to our core curriculum, students receive specialized instruction in physical education, art, music, library, and technology. Extracurricular clubs for drama, music, journalism, and more are also offered. It is our goal to give our students a love of learning and the thirst for knowledge.

The future belongs to those that believe in the beauty of their dreams.”—Eleanor Roosevelt

199 Pittsburgh Avenue  •  Massapequa, NY 11758
phone: 516-308-5400

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