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2014-2015 PTA Budget Adopted

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Thank you to all the dedicated and hardworking parents who raised funds for Lafayette this year. Due to your great efforts, key programs to support academic success, enrich student life, and create community will continue. Please give a special thanks to the Lafayette Administration and the PTA Budget Committee for their time to craft the budget. A copy of the budget is available to download on the PTA’s website. If you would like to volunteer for the next budget committee or if you have any questions or comments, please contact Taeya Lauer.

The PTA’s 2014-15 Budget Committee:

Taeya Lauer
Angela Corvino
Chris Weinmann
Katy Wallum
Ann Limbaugh
Kiran Robertson
Olga Fisher
Paul DeFonzo
Mark Ellerbrook
Mark Hogan

 

Urgent! Take the Budget Survey

There have only been 65 survey responses so far and MORE ARE NEEDED. Help set the budget for the 2014-2015 school year by taking the 2014-2015 Lafayette Elementary School PTA Budget Survey. This survey closes at midnight on Sunday, March 16th and time is running out.

Please note when ranking options in the survey, the questions will reorder themselves according to your choices. It can be a little confusing at first, but once you notice that the questions are actually moving (the numbers don’t move) it makes sense.

Thank you,
The PTA Budget Committee

Action Request: Take the Budget Survey!

You can help set the budget for the 2014-2015 school year by taking the 2014-2015 Lafayette Elementary School PTA Budget Survey.  This survey will be open until Sunday, March 16th at midnight.  Complete this survey as soon as possible and have a voice in funding the programs at your school. 100% parent participation is achievable!

Please note when ranking options in the survey, the questions will reorder themselves according to your choices. It can be a little confusing at first, but once you notice that the questions are actually moving (the numbers don’t move) it makes sense.

Thank you,
The PTA Budget Committee

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