Thank you Volunteers
It has been a wonderful year. The PTA would like to thank all of the volunteers who have contributed to the community. The year started with the back to school packets being assembled, and will finish with the 8th grade promotion party. So many events in between, so many hours given to our school. Thank you.
Some helpful information you should know about all the Jordan publications:
The Jordan PTA website is where you will find general information about Jordan PTA and read important articles relevant to programs at Jordan from the PTA President, Board and Committee Chairs. It will include interesting articles from our community partners such as PTAC, Sixth District, Project Cornerstone, ACS and YCS, to name a few. Unfortunately, our new website isn’t a closed system. To safeguard parent information, you will find information about the Board or Chair position to contact for questions, but you won’t find emails or email links. To locate the person you are trying to reach, go to About Us PTA Executive Board or PTA Committee Leaders and use your Jordan Directory to find the proper person’s contact information.
The Jordan PTA Weekly eNews will continue to be the publication we use to notify parents about Jordan PTA day-to-day operations including the PTA Calendar of events and meetings, how to volunteer and sign up for events, and information about community events and news relevant to Jordan students. This is a closed system that is reconciled annually to ensure only Jordan parents are included.
The Jordan Weekly is a publication owned and distributed by Jordan Middle School. It is a wonderful tool to learn about events happening at school. To ensure we don’t duplicate information in our publications, the Jordan Weekly will focus on the happenings at school while the Jordan PTA eNews will focus on Jordan PTA news such as PTA sponsored events or volunteer needs.
We would like to thank two parents, current Jordan PTA VP of Communications, Archana Banwasi, and past Jordan PTA VP of Communications, Jill Asher, for creating the Jordan PTA website. Their hard work is recognized and appreciated by the Jordan Community.