Thank you for staying home and staying safe! We continue to wish good health to all families in the Huron Community.
SCHEDULED MEAL DISTRIBUTION DATES THROUGH APRIL 24:
Link to Huron’s Homepage for Daily Bulletin and more: Ann Arbor Huron High School Home Page
Gift Card Sale Fundraiser - through the SCRIP program
Have gift cards emailed directly to your friends and relatives -
A great idea for sending gift cards to grads!
You can still take advantage of the gift card sale to earn money for the PTSO even though we aren’t at school. Gift cards can be emailed directly to you or to the gift card recipient and can arrive immediately, or on a selected delivery date. You pay the same price that you would pay buying them at the retailer, but through this program a percentage of the gift card cost is donated to the Huron PTSO.
Log on to the website shop.shopwithscrip.com and browse all the gift card selections.
Don’t forget to encourage relatives and friends to participate.
Happy Shopping and thanks for supporting Huron!
Contact the Scrip coordinator at email@example.com
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SENIORS -- #AASeniorsStrong
Huron High School, along with a generous donation from the PTSO, has purchased Graduation Yard Signs for EVERY 2020 HURON SENIOR. Details about contactless pick-up will be coming soon. Please do not buy a sign, as we are providing them for FREE for EVERY SENIOR.
THANK YOU TO ALL HURON TEACHERS AND STAFF
While the PTSO would have liked to provide our annual Teacher Appreciation Lunch this week, we were not able due to the school closure. Teachers, please know that we value and respect you, and appreciate all you are doing for our students during this challenging time. THANK YOU!
PTSO ELECTIONS & NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
The PTSO is calling for nominations for the Board for the '20-'21 school year. Please consider helping the PTSO in the coming year!
We have three officers "retiring" this year, so have a need to fill positions. Nominations are due by Tuesday, May 19, and the election will be held on Friday, May 22 (details to come). Nominations may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Officer job descriptions are as follows:
PTSO OFFICER JOB DESCRIPTIONS
Board of Directors - The business and affairs of the Huron PTSO shall be managed by a Board of Directors, which is the governing body of the corporation. The Board shall transact business between meetings in preparation for general meetings, prepare reports and recommendations to the membership, develop an annual budget, establish and oversee committees to conduct the work of the PTSO, and establish fundraising and other programs. The Board shall approve all expenses and funds requests.
President – The President shall preside at PTSO Board and general meetings, prepare agendas for PTSO meetings,serve as the official representative of the PTSO and primary contact for the principal, monitor the work of all officers and committees to ensure the purpose of the organization is served, retain all official records of the PTSO, sign contracts on the organization's behalf, and perform other such duties as may be necessary that are consistent with these by-laws and the PTSO’s Articles of Incorporation.
Vice President – The Vice President shall assist the President, chair meetings in the absence of the President, and perform other such duties as may be delegated.
Secretary – The Secretary shall keep a complete record of the proceedings of each Board and PTSO general meeting, present the minutes for approval, distribute minutes to membership via email and/or in hard copy at meetings, and perform other such duties as may be delegated.
Treasurer – The Treasurer shall serve as custodian of the PTSO’s finances, collect revenue, pay authorized expenses, report financial activity every month, present a monthly budget, prepare a beginning of the year and year-end financial report, facilitate an annual audit, submit annual tax and corporation paperwork, coordinate grant procedures and requests, hold all financial records, and perform other such duties as may be delegated by the Board of Directors.
AAPS FOOD SERVICE - MEAL DISTRIBUTIONS - PLEASE FOLLOW LINKS FOR FUTURE MEAL DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION
AAPS Food Service has provided meals to students to cover each day of this COVID-19 school closure. Food distribution continues today, Friday, May 8th at sixteen locations across the community. See the full list of locations and times. (same information appears below)
Food Distribution Plan - March 16 - June 30, 2020 -
AAPS, working with Chartwells Food Service, is pleased to provide “to go” breakfast and lunch meals available for pick-up.
Please be aware that we are making deliveries as quickly as possible between 11:00am - 12:30pm.
*Pick up at Peace Neighborhood Locations is between 12 noon - 1:15pm. Food distribution occurs on Tuesdays and Fridays at the location listed below.
These meals are intended for children up to 18 years old and any child with special needs up to 26 years old. AAPS will distribute these meals to children, and parents/guardians. The meals will contain a balanced breakfast and lunch.
Because we are practicing social distancing we ask that you pick-up your meals and take them home to eat.
AAPS Food Service Hotline – If you have food allergy needs or cannot make it to a pick-up location please call 734-994-2265. Arrangements will be made.
Food Pick-Up Locations: Map of distribution locations
Peace Neighborhood Center - Peace Maple Meadows Satellite – West Arbor Satellite - 1111 N. Maple Rd.
Community Action Network (CAN) - (4 locations):
Alternative Food Locations for Families - The link below contains information on additional food pantry and pick up locations provided by Food Gatherers to supplement the food that AAPS is providing for students. Food Gatherers - Need Food?
Pandemic EBT Program - A new program for families with children who received free or reduced-cost lunches at school - click on this link - Pandemic EBT Program - or see below for explanation in English, Arabic, and Spanish.
Recommendations: Records/Transcripts and Recommendations
Personal Support: Support Services
Facebook: Huron High School Counseling Department - Ann Arbor, MI
Twitter: @Huron Counseling, A2
Buy gift cards through the PTSO SCRIP program at the same price as you would at the retailer. A percentage of the gift card purchase cost is donated to the Huron PTSO.
Use the cards to purchase your gas, clothing, toys, gifts and more. This program is very easy, and you get back 100% of the value of the gift card while Huron gets anywhere from 2% to 25% return on your purchases. There are more than 650 retailers in the program. For example, Starbucks, Home Depot, Amazon, iTunes, Lands End, TJ Maxx, CVS, Staples, REI, Macy’s, a variety of restaurants, even hotels. You can view them all at SCRIP Family Order form 2019-2020 or log on to the website.
Registering for an account online will allow you to order scrip Now eCards, which can be instantly printed out and used immediately, or used directly from your computer or phone. At this time, while schools are closed, we are not distributing physical gift cards but the eCards are a great opportunity!
Go to www.ShopWithScrip.com
Questions? Contact Sara at email@example.com