Join your friends and classmates for the second annual 7th grade Friday Fun Night with games and pizza.
RSVP by Wednesday, November 2.
All Cottle students are invited to the PTA Cottle Halloween party on Friday, October 28th. There will be music, mazes, laser tag, magic, face painting, crafts, a sensory friendly room, refreshments and more!
Our fifth grade will also be hosting a bake sale to raise funds for their class trip. Bring cash and your sweet tooth!
One of the highlights of the night will be our annual pumpkin display showcasing all our talented Cottle artists! Pumpkins can be painted or carved. Prizes will be awarded for the following categories:
Scariest, funniest, most creative, most Cottle spirit
For more information on the pumpkin contest and to participate click here
Tickets & more details will be sent home the week of the party to all students. Each grade has been assigned a designated time slot to attend the party, but the time slots can be flexible if families have children in multiple grades or time constraints.
Important! Due to space constraints this event is for Cottle students only. All students must be chaperoned. Adults can chaperone up to four children. No more than one chaperone per child will be permitted.
The suggested donation for tickets is $10 per person. To purchase tickets click here
as an alternative you can send cash or checks (made out to “tuckahoe PTA”) to school in an envelope marked “PTA Halloween party”
This annual Cottle tradition is not possible without your help! There are many ways to help and it is a great way to meet others in the Cottle community.
To volunteer click here
Sign up to volunteer for Middle School Activities
- Friday Fun Night (November 2022)
- Taste of Tuckahoe (April 2023)
- Color Wars (May/June 2023)
- Eighth Grade Graduation (June 2023)
Don’t worry! Signing up does not mean you are committed to helping with ALL activities listed above! We’re just putting together a list of parents/guardians who are willing to be contacted to lend a hand. Dates for all events will be provided soon.
We are also acutely aware of the mortifying embarrassment a MS child may have if their parent/guardian is present during a school activity. If this is you, please consider volunteering for a different grade—your help would mean everything to us!