Summer Office Hours 8 -1 Monday through Thursday
Open House Monday, August 21 1:00-3:00 p.m.
School Begins Tuesday, August 22 for Grades 1-6 at 9:00 until 3:15
Maple Ridge PTA is excited to have online registration and payment through VENMO for our memberships and shirts this year. The shirts are 6.00 each and will be navy blue with gold writing. Follow our Maple Ridge PTA and Maple Ridge Elementary facebook pages for a special discount! If you pay using the VENMO app please include your students full name and shirt size in the notes. If you would like the $1 discount for following us on facebook or instagram, please include your username in the notes. Also, we need YOU to join our PTA. The cost is 6.00 a person/ 12.00 a couple or 24.00 a family. We use these memberships to keep our programs running and they give us a voice on behalf of our kids on capital hill in Utah and Washington DC. PLEASE JOIN TODAY!
Please make a note of each membership in the notes section so we can get you your freebies! If you are unable to register online no biggie! We will still have a booth at school on August 1st with all of our shirts and registration goodies; as well as one more opportunity to get shirts and pick up preorder shirts during Open House on the 21st. We look forward to seeing you. We appreciate your contributions to our PTA!
Click the Registration link on the left to guide you through all the steps that need to be completed:
This link will be live from now until July 31st. If you complete all the steps on the online registration you will not need to come in to the school on August 1 for our Walk-In Registration. Teacher assignments will be made available to you through SIS for those that have completed online registration.
Walk-in Registration will be held August 1st from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. This will still, however, be online.
This registration is only for those who:
“Open House” will be held on August 21st from for all parents and their students.
At that time you will find the following:
Recently, second graders showcased their learning of animals with their Animal Exhibit. Each student did a report and visual display on an animal they learned about. Classes from around the school walked through the classrooms while the second graders talked about what they learned.