Red Hill's Recycling Team has coordinated with Operation Warm Wishes and is excited to let all of Red Hill know how they can be a part of Red Hill giving back this Holiday Season.
All funds raised from Red Hill's November 16th and December 14th recycling drives will go toward buying toys for underprivileged children here in Tustin. Every Christmas, Operation Warm Wishes hosts an event called The Gift of Giving. They host a pancake breakfast, wash laundry for the homeless, give out gifts to children and more during the event.
We plan to present the donated toys to Operation Warm Wishes at the Flag Salute on Monday, December 17th. This will be a great way for students to see where their recycling dollars are going and how it will bring some joy to those in need this holiday season.
A student council member will be collecting cash donations in front of the office on Fridays until December 14th. Also, the collection boxes will continue to be in the office for clothing and canned goods with the last day of collections up until December 14th.
Questions? Please contact Sean Sanchez at email@example.com
Red Hill Spirit Wear is on SALE NOW!
Please Note: Orders can be placed anytime throughout the school year and will
be delivered within ten days of ordering to your child's classroom.
Questions? Contact Lauren McKee at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find a printable version of our calendar HERE.
Save Your Box Tops and Support RH!
The Box Tops for Education (BTFE) program helps Red Hill Elementary earn 10 cents for every Box Top you clip, and those dimes add up fast- each school can earn up to $20,000 per year!!
Use THIS collection sheet or even a Ziploc bag and turn the Box Tops in to the Red Hill front office or to your child's teacher. Include your child's name and teacher's name, and your student will be receiving a "Caught in the Act" for every 10 Box Tops turned in.
Thank you for supporting Red Hill Elementary!!
Don't Forget to Record Your Volunteer Hours!
Each year, the Red Hill PTA is required to report the number of volunteer hours that are completed by our school community
Volunteer hours are collected and reported to maintain the PTA's federal tax exemption status. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the PTA must receive one-third of its support from the general public. The recorded hours from volunteers are proof of this.
You can periodically record your volunteer hours online HERE!
If unable to use the online form, please stop by the front office and record the hours you have volunteered for Red Hill students, staff, and community! There is a clipboard labeled "Volunteer Hours" near the sign-in sheet on the counter in the front office.
Thank you for your support!
Questions? Contact Red Hill's Historian, Rachelle Neilson at email@example.com