Apr
19

President’s Message

Happy Spring!  The Oradell PTA is pleased to welcome you to our website, where you can find the latest and greatest in PTA news, programs and sign ups.  Just scroll below to see links to open sign ups and announcements of current programs and activities.

As we close the 2014-2015 school year, please consider volunteering to chair or assist one of our many committees for next year.  With 41 active committees, there’s always a chance to participate and make a contribution to your child’s experience at OPS.  If you are interested in chairing a committee, please scroll below to check out the list of available positions.  Our goal is to fill the committee chair positions for the 2015-2016 school year this spring.  Or you can simply click the “volunteer” tab above and select programs or events which fit with your schedule and interests.  It is because of the strong volunteer efforts of our parents and the dedication of our teachers that the Oradell PTA is able to sponsor so many wonderful programs and activities.

Please join us at our next PTA meeting on Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the OPS auditorium.  If you have any questions or ideas you would like to share, please feel free to contact me at jenlarson141@gmail.com.

 
Jennifer Larson
PTA President

Jun
01

Thanks To Our 2015 Memory Book Sponsors!

Many thanks to the institutions and businesses in our area who supported the OPS Memory Book. The Oradell PTA is delighted to share with you the list of supporters!

May
15

Class Parent/Class Coordinator Application

If you would like to be a Class Parent or Class Coordinator next year, please print, fill out and return this application by June 25, 2015:

 Class-Parent-Application-2015-2016

Parents/Guardians of either gender and those that are new to OPS are encouraged to apply.

 **Please note, Class Parents and Class Coordinators MUST be members of the Oradell PTA for the 2015-2016 school year.

Contact Fran Kelleher or Suzanne Cook with any questions.

Apr
30

Membership/Directory for 2015-2016

Please join the Oradell PTA for the 2016-2016 school year.  

Joining now guarantees inclusion in the Oradell PTA Membership Directory.

For complete information and online registration, click here: https://cwsclients.wufoo.com/forms/zf012kd1g3qoif

Apr
04

Available Committee Chair Positions

Please see the list of available committee chair positions for 2015-2016: https://cwsclients.wufoo.com/forms/xke9xv21djxtvx/

Here is a brief description of every PTA committee: PTA-Committee-Descriptions-updated-3.14

Dec
21

No Fuss Lunch

The Oradell PTA is pleased to introduce a new lunch program to OPS! 

NO FUSS LUNCH

will be offered to all students in Grades K-6 and OPS teachers & staff 

Tuesdays and Thursdays 

Full information is available here: NoFussLunch

No Fuss Lunch Flyer: NoFussFlyer

Ready to order?  Click here: https://www.nofusslunch.com

 

 

May
24

Kindergarten/New Family Mentoring

Kindergarten Mentoring is a PTA program available to new Kindergarten parents or any parent new to the school. The purpose of the program is to help you through your first year at OPS. We can assign you a mentor whom you can call with any questions relating to Kindergarten, PTA related topics or general OPS information.

 

If you are interested in having a mentor please contact:

Carly Byrnes – Carlybyrnes@gmail.com

or

Lauren Aimi – lauren.cat@verizon.net 

Apr
03

Special Needs Committee

Please contact the Special Needs Committee for questions regarding ANY special needs you may have (ex: allergies, academic struggles, physical challenges, social and emotional needs, the needs of the gifted & talented, etc…).  Additionally, this would be the place for anyone who feels that they can offer their own experience and wants to be on our MENTOR list to say, “it’s okay to contact me if someone has a question about…. ”  We will be a liaison between the person with the question and the right resource for getting their questions answered.

 

***Please click READ MORE to contact the Special Needs Committee**

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