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Meetings are at JME on the third Tuesday of the month (excluding Dec. & July). 


Meet in the JME staff lounge @ 6:30pm


September 20

October 18

November 15

January 17

February 21

March 21

April 18

May 16

June 20

PTA  BOARD 2016-2017

President:  Janet Siebenrock                                        

Principal:  Kathleen Frazer            

Vice President, Membership:  Adelina Huerta

Vice President, Fundraising: Kim Murphy

Secretary:  Amber Kelly                                     

Treasurer:  Ron Skrehot

Auditor: Sheanine Sausedo

Parliamentarian:  Gaby Ortega    

Historian:  Deirdre Shaughnessy

Programs Committee Chairperson: Colin Barnard

Room Parent Committee Chairperson: Eibleis Melendez

Teacher Representative:  Robin Robinson 

Enrichment Classes Committee Chairperson: Trina Macone

John Muir PTA


John Muir Elementary


December 2017


There are many exciting things in store for John Muir Elementary. If you would like to be a part of the planning process, please join us at our next PTA meeting:


Thursday January 17th, 2018 at 6pm in the Teacher's Lounge





Character Counts: This Month Our Character Focus is 


Show how important Responsibility is to you by wearing

GREEN Each Wednesday in December


Upcoming Events:


Otis Spunkmeyer Cookie Orders will be available for pick up on December 12th between 2pm and 4pm in the Multipurpose Room (please keep in mind that we do not have refrigerated storage for ALL orders must be picked up on December 12th



Kindergarten Christmas Holiday Performance will be on Thursday December 21st at 8:30am in the Multipurpose Room and will last approximately 45 minutes



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Support John Muir

Elementary PTA when buying on!

Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Just visit and select the organization of your choice to support before shopping.


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Don't forget! 10% off at Sports Basement, and 10% of profits back to John Muir Elementary.

Even during summer break! Are you a Basementeer? Sign up in-store!

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Thank you JME families!!! We reached our Box Top Goal of $1000.00 last year, earning $1040.00!

Keep turning in Box Tops for this year!

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Introducing Raley's Extra Credit: 

Here's how it works: 

•  First, you'll need to be a member of our Something Extra rewards program. Rewards for you, and for your school! 

•  Next, sign into your Something Extra account on the right side of the screen. 

•  Click the green "Get Started" button. 

•  Select your organization(s) and designate a scrip percentage for each. 

That's it. Just use your Something Extra account every time you shop at Raley's, Bel Air, and Nob Hill Foods and you're on your way to receiving Extra Credit!

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Through the Shares program, 

FoodMaxxLucky and Save Mart

supermarkets donate a portion of

their profit back to community-

based, non-profit organizations in

their neighborhood. Our goal is to

strengthen and nourish our

communities—from food banks

to schools, scouts to seniors.