- Fall and Valentine's Day Party Bins and Supplies
- Grandma Rose Convocation for Bullying
- Kindergarten Field Trip to Stuckey Farms
- 5th Grade Field Trip to the Challenger Simulator
- Classroom Allocations for Teachers
- Subscriptions for Students
- Back to School Night Ice Cream Social
- Luncheon for the Start of School
- Field and Track Day
- Kindergarten and 5th Grade Graduation and Parties
- Math & Spell Bowls
- Teacher and Staff Appreciation
Thank you so much for supporting this year's Towne Meadow Dance Party! The program was a huge success, and we know your kids had so much fun!
Towne Meadow's Dance party took place on September 24, 2021.
Our students collect donations from friends and family to help our school grow. The funds raised go towards paying for student field trips, classroom enhancements, teacher grants and supplies, staff appreciation, and larger projects for TME.
After a week of fundraising, we celebrate our success during our school Dance Party. Supporters from all over the world can support our school by giving pledges toward the number of minutes students will dance on the day of the event.
Check back for more information.
Please check out all the volunteer opportunities over on the Carnival Volunteer page. Carnvial cannot be successful without the help of our wonderful TME community!
This fun annual event is almost here! Have dinner and dessert, play games, get a prize, enjoy entertainment with family and friends - all while raising money for the Towne Meadow Elementary PTO.
Join us at the Coyote Carnival on May 6th from 5-8 PM.
Games, Prizes, Food, DJ, Sweet Shop, Raffle, Face Painter, Photo Area, and Online Silent Auction.
Boxtops for Education - Collect and send in boxtops from hundreds of items. Each boxtop earns 10 cents, and this amount is given to TME in the form of a check. A yearly Grade Level competition challenges each grade to see who can send in the most box tops. The winning grade level receives an EXTRA recess! You can send in your box tops separately or on a Collection Sheet. Be sure to write your child’s grade on each sheet. Give the completed sheets and/or box tops to your child’s teacher or turn them into the box top container in the mailroom.
Learn more about Box Tops here.
If you have any questions, please contact Britt Hutchison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shop at Kroger and earn money for TME. Enroll your Kroger plus card online at www.krogercommunityrewards.comand the store gives a percent of the total spent to Towne Meadow. You can get a Kroger plus card at the store or register for a digital card online. Once you create an online account, follow the instructions to register your card. You will be able to select “enroll” under the community rewards section in your account information. You can type in Towne Meadow or use the TME code:39220.
Shop at Shutterfly or Tiny Prints and 8% of your purchase will be donated to TME! This is an extremely easy way to raise additional funds for our school on products that many people are ordering anyway, especially this time of year. TME will earn a commission when customers click thru the TME website and purchase products. Our webpage is http://tme.shutterflystorefront.com
Use AmazonSmile when you shop to earn money for TME. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know and already use. Same products, same prices, same service. However, when using the smile.amazon.com link, Amazon will donate .5% of the price of your eligible purchases to Towne Meadow. To set up your account, simply go to smile.amazon.comand select TOWNE MEADOW PTO in the "pick your charitable organization" box. Be sure to bookmark the smile.amazon.comsite and use it in place of the regular Amazon website every time you make an Amazon purchase. It’s that easy and super-fast.
Coca-Cola is starting a new school reward program. Collect Coke codes (printed inside the caps or inside the cases). Each code earns money that is directly donated to TME. Head to us.coca-cola.com/give/schools/ to get started with Coca-Cola Give. You’ll donate by creating an account or signing in and choosing your local school. Follow the instructions to enter the code and it will be automatically donated. Any Coca-Cola beverage that has a product code under its cap or printed on its paper packaging is eligible to be used for donation. You can also bring in your caps and/or packaging with the codes and place it in the boxtop box in the teacher’s mailroom.