Recycle your old cell phones, save gorillas and raise money for our Science Competitions Club! Here’s how. We’ll get $4,000 for collecting the most cell phones, and an extra $1,000 for the most votes for our creative campaign. You can vote every day until April 21. Please bring phones to room 1005, the Pinecrest Community Center or Palmetto Bay Village Hall.
Miami Hal (the nom de plume of local relator Hal Feldman) came to the MPSH PTSA’s first General Meeting on August 27 and provided coverage of the event for the Pinecrest Tribune. Get a sneak peek at the article which will be printed in the Sept. 21 edition of the local newspaper here.
The School’s website is still under construction, so here’s the master calendar for August, September and October. It’ll help us al keep organized until mpsh.org is back up and running. Click on the image to enlarge it.
Direct your questions, concerns and compliments to the right administrator. Use this chart to find out who is in charge of what. If you still have questions, please ask for help in the Office. Click on the image to enlarge it.
MPSH is now an e-waste recycling drop-off point. Leave your old monitors, fax machines, TVs, cell phones and other electronics with Ms. Shlachtman in the science department. The PTSA will earn a cash donation for every item you recycle, and you’ll make the planet a cleaner, better place. It’s a win-win!