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Arts & Enrichment
Throughout the school year this committee arranges for in-school performances that are related to the curriculum and are age appropriate.
In conjunction with Scholastic Publications, this committee holds an in-school book fair that provides a great selection of books for students to purchase. Each class is allotted separate times to select books. Volunteers are needed to set-up the displays, help students with their purchase, restock shelves, and break down the displays at the end of the book fair.
Jeanne Dunn and Kim DeCaro
Organize bulletin board in school lobby with PAC Events/ Activities.
From October to January we collect coats. The bin is in the school lobby. We donate the coats to Anton’s who will clean the coats and distribute them through human service providers like The Wish Project
Children Helping Children
Every year we sponsor the MSPCC, an organization located in Lowell which provides parenting educational services to teen parents who have children ages zero to three.
Pennies for Patients
Every year we collect change to donate to this organization which makes a difference in the lives of people battling cancer.
Pull Tab Collection for Shriners Hospital
The North Street PAC is collecting pull tabs or “pop-tops” from beverages to donate to the Shriners Hospitals for Children during the entire school year: Send to school in a plastic bag and have your child put them in the mailbox labeled Pull Tabs for Shriners Hospital outside the office.
The North Street School will collect food to donate to the Tewksbury Food Pantry.
Family Dine Out Nights
A coordinator contacts local restaurants to sponsor at least one dine-out night(s) per month. Flyers are prepared with coordination of restaurants, gets approval from Principal, copies are made and distributed to students.
Fourth Grade Committee
This committee organizes and runs all send-off activities held for the fourth grade students who are leaving North Street School. Past activities include a field day and banquet.
An annual tradition at North Street School, this committee hosts a weekend holiday breakfast for all North Street students and their families. Volunteers are needed to set-up, make & serve breakfast,and clean up afterwards. Santa makes a special visit on this day!
Food Coordinator: OPEN
Decorations Coordinator: OPEN
Craft Coordinator: OPEN
Holiday Workshop (“Kids Go Shopping”)
This committee is responsible for running North Street’s popular “Kids Go Shopping” days. Volunteers are always needed to take inventory on the items to be sold, set up and take down item displays, and assist the children with their purchases.(Children learn important lessons about budgeting their money during this event.)
Ice Cream Social
This annual event allows our North Street community an evening to socialize. Parent volunteers are needed to set-up, scoop ice cream, and clean up after the event.
The committee performs tasks such as weeding, planting, and decorating. Annual Fall and Spring Clean Up days are scheduled to improve the school grounds, and the school community is invited to participate. Volunteers are needed to assist this effort. North Street School welcomes any voluntary professional services that the Tewksbury community may offer too!
Library Card Drive
Responsible for the Dewing School to have a library drive at the town library.
Mother’s Day Plant Sale
Small flowers and plants are bought at a discount from local nursery to sell to children for their mothers, grandmothers, etc.
Publicity/ Public Relations
This committee is responsible for all media and public relations efforts.
Work with committee members to paint, decorate for holidays or special events, etc.
Coordinate with office staff to acknowledge illness, births, etc. by PAC
Teacher Appreciation Luncheon
Committee forms to plan out Luncheon – theme is voted upon, decorations and food is planned around theme and volunteers are needed to both prepare/deliver food as well as serve food to teachers and staff members.
Event with discounted tickets, for kids to skate at Roller Kingdom usually held during the winter.
This is a three month long run “at home” math program for the students. Volunteers are needed to copy and collate the monthly math packets that are distributed to the children via their teachers. Volunteers are also needed to help plan and run an “at school” awards ceremony for all those students who have completed the program. This program truly promotes an enthusiasm for math and fosters a “can do” attitude in each child.