|8-||3rd Dribbling Hawks, Briarhill 6:30pm|
|13-||5th Dribbling Hawks- Marcus 7:30pm|
|15-||Spirit Day @ ChickFilA|
|20-||4th Dribbling Hawks-Briarhill 6:30pm|
|25-||Spirit Day-CycleBar 2-3pm|
|27-||5th Music Program 7pm|
|1-||Spirit Night @ Chick-fil-a|
|2-||Fairness Day- Wear Orange|
|9-||3rd grade to Symphony|
|28-||1st grade- Grapevine Aquarium|
|29-||Early Release- 11:45am|
|Spirit Day @ Altitude|
Here are some of the many enjoyable activities and events you can volunteer for through Heritage PTA. You can sign up on the Heritage PTA Volunteer Form or contact the chairperson listed below each description.
- Room Representative
- Outdoor Classroom/Garden Parent
- 5th Grade Memories
- Family Fitness Day
- Watch DOGS
- Birthday Book Club
- Book Fair
- Hawkfest and Silent Auction
- Teacher Appreciation
The Heritage Hospitality committee provides an appreciation luncheon for the teachers and staff each month, which includes a fun theme at each luncheon and a coordinating menu to go with that month’s theme. As a Hospitality committee volunteer, you will receive notification of our monthly menu and the items that are needed for that month’s luncheon. If available to help out that month, you’ll have the opportunity to sign up for the item(s) that are needed for the monthly luncheon – PARTICIPATION EVERY MONTH IS NOT REQUIRED, although appreciated if you are able to do so! To make it as easy as possible for our volunteers, we offer curbside drop-off the morning of the luncheon.
The teachers and staff of Heritage Elementary give so much of themselves to our children, so please show your appreciation by volunteering and participating in the Heritage Hospitality committee!! To help with Hospitality, sign up here or contact Penny Gooding and Amanda Miller.
No experience needed! Whether you have 1 hour a year, 1 hour a week or anything in between, you can help!
Heritage is fortunate to have a unique learning environment just outside its doors. It includes vegetable beds, a butterfly garden, memorial rose garden and strawberry bed, herb garden, and our award winning Texas Our Heritage (TOH) native habitat. And you can be a part of it!
We need volunteers. You do not have to know how to garden to volunteer - activities are provided for you. There are many different levels of volunteers with varying time commitments - classroom volunteers to work with classes periodically throughout the year, grade level coordinators to communicate with the classroom volunteers, and volunteers to help with special events such as ladybug release and festivals.
We also have our TOH Garden Club! Join the club and learn about native gardening from our Master Naturalists volunteers. You will also be able to help maintain a small portion of TOH on your own time. To help, sign up here. For more information, contact Melissa Handley, Rachel Swan and Natasha Decker
Room Representatives work closely with the teacher and Grade Level Coordinator (GLC) to coordinate events and activities throughout the year. Also, Room Reps communicate with parents regarding class parties, organize parents volunteers, and keep parents up to date on all school functions.
Help coordinate activities and events for teacher appreciation week so we can let our teachers and staff at Heritage know how much we appreciate them! To sign up, click here. For more information, contact: Tricia Hoffmann