Registration for our 2nd Annual ELPIS 2K Walk-A-Thon & Family Fun Day has begun. Remember to register by April 15 in order to receive your ELPIS t-shirt on the day of the event! You can register by:
Completing the ELPIS Walk Registration Form_2016 and mail/email to address on form
Click here to register online through SignUpGenius (you do not need an account with SignUpGenius to register).
The Annunciation Greek School PTA invites you to become a Sponsor of our 2nd Annual ELPIS 2k Walk-A-Thon & Family Fun Day. Proceeds raised from this event will be invested in developing the cultural and language enrichment of our Annunciation Greek School students. Help us reach our goal as a portion of this year’s proceeds will go toward our Annunciation Church capital improvement projects. We are proudly offering two levels of support this year:
Level 1 – $100 gets your name in large font on top back of our t-shirt
Level 2 – $50 gets your name in smaller font below our Level 1 sponsors
You can sponsor us by:
Completing the ELPIS Sponsor Form_2016 and mail/email to address on form
Online by selecting which level you wish to sponsor then follow the PayPal instructions (you do not need a PayPal account to Sponsor this event) Please make sure to provide us with your name as you wish it to appear on our t-shirt – you will be prompted for name on the screen after you enter your payment information (any issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
To sponsor any of our many walkers please click on the button below and simply follow the instructions. When prompted don’t forget to type in the name of the walker you wish to sponsor. (a PayPal account is not required to sponsor a walker).
We welcome you to join us in fun and holiday cheer while we host our Annual Christmas Pageant & Party on December 20th. Please click on the link below for more information.
Our 2nd Annual Christmas Raffle will be held at 3:00 pm during our Christmas Party. For more information on the fabulous prizes we are offering (10 total) or how you can purchase/sell tickets please click on the link below.
All proceeds from this event & raffle will benefit our Annunciation Greek School.
Dear Annunciation Greek and Sunday School Parents:
Welcome back! Our 2015-2016 school year is off to a fantastic start! As many of you may have noticed, construction of our new playground is well underway. Congrats and a sincere thank you to all those that helped reach our goal – our children are finally getting a playground!
We held our first PTA meeting and Board elections on Friday, September 11. Your 2015-2016 PTA Board is as follows:
Nia Thomas – Co-President
Helen Vlahakis – Co-President
Kristina Bakes – Vice President
Gina Christakos – Secretary
Irene Diamantis – Treasurer
SAVE THESE IMPORTANT DATES:
October 2 – Open House
October 25 – OXI Day Celebration
October 30 – Halloween Party (Evite to follow soon)
If you’d like to volunteer or contribute to these events, please contact any of our PTA Board members listed above.
!!!REMEMBER – Parent involvement makes for a strong PTA which in turn provides for a great Greek/Sunday school experience for all our children!!!
Annunciation Church PTA
Dear Greek School & Sunday School Parents of the Annunciation Church,
We hope you are enjoying the remainder of your summer. The first day of Greek School is just right around the corner and begins on Tuesday, September 8th, can you believe it!
Our first PTA meeting of the year along with PTA board elections will be held on Friday, September 11th at 5:30pm. All Greek School and Sunday School parents are encouraged to attend this important meeting. Please mark your calendars and we hope to see you there.
Fr. Evan will also conduct a brief Agiasmo Service to mark the beginning of the Greek School Year on Friday, September 11th at 4:00pm in the church. Please bring your children directly into the church on this day and proceed to your classrooms right after the service.
We had a fantastic 2014/2015 year and with your continued support we look forward to having an even better 2015/2016!
Nia Thomas and Helen Vlahakis