FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
6:00 - 8:00 pm
The International Potluck Dinner is a fun evening that brings
together the entire Fiske community to share their favorite dishes. “Potluck” means that each family is asked to bring a dish to share
10-15 people. Bring an appetizer, main course, salad or dessertfrom your favorite cuisine. Pizza and take-out are welcome.
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INSPIRE! Fiske PTO plays a vital role in supporting and enriching our students' academic curriculum and social development opportunities. Your contribution will help us provide programs and support in the areas of the PTO's Five Cs:
Curriculum Enrichment, Classroom enrichment, Campus needs, Community building, and Communications.
INVOLVE! The investment of your time in the classroom and on campus with the PTO is meaningful. Our community events and activities work on parents' power - so please join us in volunteering your time to support your child's enrichment at Fiske.
INVEST! The cost of providing our programs is approximately $144 per child. Contributions of any amount are greatly appreciated. We encourage those who can to include an extra contribution to help sponsor the cost of additional students.
$140 will be spent on each student this year by the Fiske PTO. That's $68,000 on Classroom and School Resources, Community Events, and Curriculum Enrichment programs that improve every Fiske student's academic experience.
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HELP LIGHT UP LINCOLN FIELD!
Check out the funny video on lightuplincoln.org to see what happens when kids don't have lighted fields to play on. This is a community-led project to install permanent lights on field #2 at Lincoln Park in order to increase field capacity in Lexington.
The project is being funded 100% by private donations. The effort is trying to get the bulk of the funds raised this spring so that the lights could be installed this summer. Upon completion, the lights will be donated to the Town for the benefit of the entire community. If interested in learning more, visit lightuplincoln.org. Thank you, from Friends of Lincoln Field Lights.