Broadview Thomson Presents: The Black and White Masquerade Ball

The theme for this year’s auction is a masquerade ball. The event will be held on May 16, 2015 at Bitter Lake Community Center. We are in full auction mode and accepting donations for the event! Donation forms can be found all around the school (as well as online) items can either be mailed to the school or dropped in the office. Click on the Get Involved Link on the left side of the  PTA website home page for more information.

 

Thank you for supporting our school! 

Important Events

One-hour early dismissal for all schools for winter break
Date: December 19, 2014
Time: 3:00 pm
Winter Break - NO SCHOOL
Date: December 22, 2014
Time: 12:00 am
Winter Break - NO SCHOOL
Date: December 23, 2014
Time: 12:00 am
Winter Break - NO SCHOOL
Date: December 24, 2014
Time: 12:00 am
Winter Break - NO SCHOOL
Date: December 25, 2014
Time: 12:00 am

BTK8 Smile Program

Broadview Thomson K8 is now registered with Amazon.com “Smile” Program! A great way to earn funds for our school with your Amazon purchases. More information is on our website under “Get Involved.”

Become A Member

We invite you to join the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) this year. The  PTA organizes parents, teachers, and staff to make your school a better place for your children to learn by addressing the needs of their individual schools. Identifying such needs may lead to solutions on making the school safe, becoming more technologically advance, and bringing enriched educational opportunities to the school. PTA provides a venue for parents to contribute to student success.

(Don’t want to sign up online? Fill out the PTA MEMBERSHIP FORM 2013-2014 pdf and email it to us)

The mission of the Broadview Thomson K-8 (BTK8) PTA is to support our highly diverse students and community by advocating for and helping to provide a rich learning environment designed to support the academic and social achievement of every student.

Our goal for the past two years has been to continue to build school pride and spirit. We do this by engaging parents and families in our school community, highlighting the attributes of being a K-8 school, investing financial and volunteer resources in our school, and strengthening our communications efforts.