Dear HPA Families,
PTSO is having a fundraiser at Movies Havasu the weekend of February 8, 9, and 10. LEGO Movie 2 is being released that weekend. You can sign up HERE
We raised over $800.00 at our first Movies Havasu Fundraiser in December!
What are we raising money for? Our primary goal right now is playground improvements. We have been researching improvements and will be asking the students to vote on what they want! Tether-ball has a unanimous vote, but PTSO will be presenting students with additional options they will get to vote on.
If you have any questions please contact Mr. Harrison at email@example.com
PTSO @ HPA
HPA has done it again! In fact, we surpassed our collection total from last quarter. Our school recycled over 1,020 markers, this quarter! Our third grade classes were so excited to see our whole school chipping in to make a difference!
Leona Group managed schools are dedicated to providing students with a high-quality education. All of our schools are striving to educate and improve the life chances for the young people we serve on a daily basis.
In this season of giving, we know there are those of you who wish to help even more. In Arizona, you have the option of allocating part of your taxes directly to Leona Group managed schools.
Individuals can receive up to a $200 tax credit and married couples can get up to a $400 tax credit each year. In return, you will receive a dollar-for-dollar credit on your State of Arizona Income Tax and a charitable donation credit on your federal tax return. Tax credit donations are non-refundable.
Please select KEF DBA Havasu Preparatory Academy under "School Name". Your donation will help our students go on field trips to local colleges.
Thank you in advance for your generosity. Please click here to donate today.
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The Internet of Things is here to stay, and it’s part of your kids’ lives, too! So-called smart toys are Wi-Fi enabled, allowing children to interact in much more sophisticated ways than we could with the robotic dolls and remote-controlled cars of our own younger days. They come with bigger privacy concerns, too, including cameras and microphones that capture (and share) data when you might not know it. With the holidays just around the corner, we have some common-sense tips to keep in mind if your kids unwrap any Internet-connected playthings: