Curious-on-Hudson Steam Enrichment Program – Registration Starts on 12/16

The Tuckahoe PTA is proud to offer the Winter Session of the Curious-on-Hudson after-school STEAM enrichment program.

DETAILS

  • Classes for students in Grades K thru 5 will be held at William E. Cottle Elementary;
  • Classes begin the week of January 6, 2020;
  • Online registration opens on Monday 12/16 @ 12pm on a first-come, first-served basis;
  • The fee for the courses is $200 for 8 weeks.

Click Here for Full Course Descriptions

Click Here to Register

Click Here for a printable flyer

Wreath and Poinsettia Order Pick-Up Info

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Wreath and poinsettia order pick-up will take place on Tuesday, December 3rd.

They will be available in the Cottle cafeteria from 3 to 6PM.

Parents are asked to sign in through the front entrance.

You can not pick them up on the car line to receive them when you get your child. You must park your car and walk in.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Jo-Ann Denning at (914)- 261-2185.

Sincerely,

The Fifth Grade Room Representatives

Cottle Holiday Boutique Schedule

Cottle Holiday Boutique

Wednesday and Thursday, December 4th & 5th, 2019

BOUTIQUE SCHEDULE


Wednesday, Dec. 4thThursday, Dec. 5th
9:00am1-Miggins5-Goracy
9:25amK-KitchellK-Roelle
9:50am3-Scrivo4-Crotty
10:15am3-Donovan5-Guiffra
10:40amK-Cozzali4-Bietsch
11:05am4-Dapolito2-Gangemi
11:30am4-Gherardi5-Fusco
11:55am1-Cassara1-Naclerio
12:20pm5-VicarioSeiler, Koski
12:45pm3-ChianeseK-LaLonde
1:10pm3-Coleman1-Bevan
1:35pm3-Gray2-Ferrara
2:00pm2-Frusciante4-Burke
2:20pm2-VolpeJacobs, Fritz
2:35pmDeSimone2-Castro

Please click here for schedule and printable shopping list!

Foundation Aid Formula Recap & Video

On October 28, 2019, the Eastchester PTA Council and Tuckahoe PTA hosted a community forum at the Eastchester Middle School to discuss the Foundation Aid Formula, and the inequitable distribution of funds allocated by the State of New York to our school districts, including Eastchester and Tuckahoe.  Shelley Mayer, New York State Senator for the 37th District and Chair of the Committee on Education, as well as Amy Paulin, New York State Assemblywoman, 88th Assembly District, were guests for this event.  Ms. Mayer and Ms. Paulin put the issue into historical context and explained the formula, but more importantly discussed ways in which parents, community and school leaders, and PTAs can advocate for equitable funding.  Tara Zegers, President of the Tuckahoe PTA, presented information regarding Tuckahoe.  We encourage you to watch the video of the event and learn how you can be a meaningful part of this discussion to support the students of Tuckahoe.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO