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  1. General PTO Meeting August 23, 2011 6:00 pm “Helping to Grow the Kids in Our Community” Long Creek Elementary School

  2. Agenda Meet the Executive Board PTO Structure Committee Leads Our Commitment Proposed 2011-2012 Budget Fall Programs & Activities Jump Start Your Involvement Join Us

  3. Meet the Executive Board Melody A. McClanahan VP, Operations Rhonda E. McNutt VP, Engagement Kimberly Cope McCrary President Tamisha H. Jones VP, Communications/ Secretary Dacian Mate VP, Finance/Treasurer

  4. PTO Structure

  5. Committee Leads

  6. Our Commitment

  7. Proposed 2011-12 Budget

  8. Proposed 2011-12 Budget

  9. Proposed 2011-12 Budget

  10. Fall Programs & Activities

  11. Jump Start Your Involvement • Stop by the PTO table to learn more about us • Purchase School Spirit Shirts • Short sleeve available tonight • Place orders for long sleeve, tie-dye and sweat shirts • Complete the PTO Information Form • Register your rewards cards and shop at Food Lion & Harris Teeter • Collect and send in Box Tops and Labels for Education

  12. Join Us • Board meetings (all are welcome) • Thursdays at 6:00 pm in the media center • September 1 • October 6 • November 3 • General meeting • Thursday, December 1, Time TBD • For more information visit us on the web • http://longcreekpto.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/Home • or contact Kimberly Cope McCrary at • kimberlymccrary@bellsouth.net

  13. Thanks for playing your part in “Helping to Grow the Kids in Our Community”