PTA 2018-2019 Meeting Schedule
and ACM Calendar

All meetings will be held on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in the ACM Library. 



PTA Meetings - 2018-2019 School Year


September 6th  

Don't worry - you won't be put in charge of anything just for showing up! Come learn about the PTA's ongoing and upcoming programs to support the school. Of course, if you are interested in getting involved, this is a great place to start finding out how! **Some ACM Spirit items will be given as door prizes!!


September 27th ( This is the October meeting)

Come and learn about all the Technology at ACM. 


November 1st

During our November meeting, we will see a showcase of PTA Reflections entries, and recognize winning participants. 


December 6th

Sweet Challenge! Bring your most amazing dessert to enter into the ACM PTA dessert contest. Fabulous prizes!!! 


January 10th

Amy Egan will present a Workshop on Parenting and Anxiety issues in Children. Come learn strategies and talk to other parents! 


February 7th

During our February meeting, we will see a showcase of Science Fair entries, and recognize winning participants. 


March 7th

Curriculum night with our PE Teachers


April 4th

We will have an internet safety presentation by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Please RSVP here:


May 2nd

We'll wrap up the school year with a final financial report and voting in next year's budget.


May 23rd

PTA Volunteer and SOAR awards in the gym followed by the annual Spring Music Performance.



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Successful students make successful schools— which make thriving communities. Everyone benefits when you support the teachers and classrooms our students grow in!

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Growth Mindset

For so many years, intelligence and academic abilities have been seen as something that is fixed - you have it or you don't, and it doesn't change much over time.  Scientists have proved again and again that is not true. Our brain responds like a muscle and the more we use it, the stronger and smarter it becomes. When we as parents understand this, we can help our kids to have a Growth Mindset and the power of believing that you can improve!