Author: PTO COMMUNICATIONS

Karbach Fall Social

Karbach Fall Social

Please join us for a fun get together for friends and family of CVHS. Non-alcoholic options are also available. For more information including how to purchase tickets, visit http://vanguardian.org/events/fall-social/

September PTO Meeting

September PTO Meeting

It was great seeing so many new and returning families at open house.  The year is off to a great start and we hope we can count on the same crowd at each PTO general meeting.  We noted the input from parents in our summer survey showed meeting time and...

Welcome Back Rhinos

Welcome Back Rhinos

Welcome Back! As we start a new school year, your PTO board is ready to execute on BIG plans we made during our summer planning session. We have been brainstorming new ideas to emphasize the FUN in FUNdraising! Our new VP of Fundraising, Mark Levine, has some great ideas to...

So long, and thanks for the fish!

So long, and thanks for the fish!

Last missive from the 14-15 President: So long, and thanks for the fish! Though this is a well-read group- just in case you did not get the reference, Google Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, and if is still makes no sense, you have some summer reading to do. It has been...

What are you doing for Spring Break?

What are you doing for Spring Break?

March! Spring Beak! YAY! How will you spend your spring break? I will be spending mine touring colleges…”yay?” As you read that last sentence, if you are a senior parent and “the decision” has been made, you felt a bit guilty at the overwhelming surge of joy you felt as...

“The Dog Stays in the Picture”

“The Dog Stays in the Picture”

The General Meeting on February 19th featured Susan Morse, author of “The Dog Stays in the Picture: How My Rescued Greyhound Helped me Cope with my Empty Nest.” Her talk, reading and subsequent Q and A were very well received. Lucky attendees snapped up a copy of the book along...

All You Need is (Unconditional) Love

All You Need is (Unconditional) Love

Over the holiday I was visiting with another parent of two G/T teens. One is off to college now, and one is still in high school. She shared with me that for her older child she was always going on about about getting homework done, getting college prep/apps/essays done, etc....