The PTA invites all parents to our June PTA meeting this Thursday, June 2 at 9:00 am. This meeting will be at Canadian Academy. Thank you for wearing masks and monitoring your health.
Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) actively works to strengthen the bond and partnership between the school and the parents for the benefit of the students at Canadian Academy.
The PTA has been a part of the school community since 1920. Our PTA proudly helps foster community spirit and create opportunities for social and fundraising events, and provide venues for the expression of views on matters of general interest to parents, faculty and students.
PTA meetings are open to all members of our parent community. All parents of CA students as well as all faculty, are members and are encouraged to attend meetings and be actively involved in the many events that support our school community. Meetings are generally held on the 1st Thursday of each month. Please drop in and get involved!
The PTA supports our Artist in Residence program, hosts our International Food and Fun Fair and elementary Halloween party, supports the Booster Club and our Parent Partner organization, as well as financially supports lasting gifts and the Outstanding Graduate award.
The April PTA meeting agenda has been set. All parents are invited to attend our online meeting on Thursday, April 7, at 9:00 am.
Be sure to circle Saturday, April 16 on your calendar to join in the fun of our International Food and Fun Fair, sponsored by the PTA.
Our PTA is pleased to announce Teacher Appreciation Week with several activities in which your child can participate, showing their support of all their teachers. Thank you, PTA!
Our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) continues to meet monthly in order to further strengthen the bond between parents and the school for the benefit of our students. We encourage all parents to join these meetings and to be actively involved.
We always welcome extra hands to make these activities come to life. These opportunities are fabulous ways to meet other parents and be a positive influence in the school community.