Programs Funded by the PFC

This volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade program fosters work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.  JA students develop the skills they need to experience the realities and opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in the 21st-century global marketplace.


Art in Action is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing visual arts education to the classroom. The program fosters the educational development and creativity of children through innovative visual arts programs and communities. Each class receives six art enrichment programs in-class during the school year.


Safety/Emergency Supplies are backpack emergency kits required for each student but not covered by district funds. Annual review of replenishment needs per pack and possible need to purchase based on increased student population.


National PTA’s Teacher Appreciation week is in May and it gives us an opportunity to give back.  We spend a full week saying thank you to the teachers and staff in big ways and small ways.

In addition, the PFC collaborates with the school principal to coordinate other events or programs that will help support and thank our wonderful teachers throughout the year.

 


The PFC helps foster school spirit by planning fun days through the year, such as pajama day, crazy hat day, opposite day, jersey day, etc. These fun days are planned and selected by working closely with the school principal.

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The Kolb Breakfast Book Club provides a unique opportunity to spark an interest in reading and foster a lifelong enjoyment. The Book Club is open to children of all reading abilities in grades K-5. Beginning in October, it meets the first Friday of each month at 7:30 a.m. and adjourns at 8:20 a.m., in time for school. Meetings include a healthy light breakfast in the multi-purpose room before the students are divided into grade-level discussion groups.

Some benefits of being a Kolb BBC member include:

  • Breakfast with friends once a month.
  • Age-appropriate books to read - and keep!
  • Development of discussion skills in a friendly, social setting while learning from the insight of others.
  • Sharing the love of books with friends.

Grades K-2 will meet by grade, with easier selections in the fall ramping up to more complex selections in the spring. Grades 3-5 have a choice of joining the boys or girls group, or an adventure reading group.

The focus will be on books that children can make a connection to – books that are fun to read. The goal is to share ideas, laugh and have fun!

Register today! The cost is $95.00 per child and includes breakfast and 10 books that the child keeps. Checks are made out to KOLB-PFC. Sign up by September 15 so we can have a book ready for your student.

Questions? Contact Vandana and Aparajeeta at [email protected]

 

Additional supplies needed to meet the needs of teaching CCSS.  

Program supported to help build positive skills needed for peaceful classrooms, lunchrooms, and schoolyards.  The school assembly programs focus on character building as well as create safe schools.  Using multimedia, live facilitation and audience participation, students are guaranteed skills to last a lifetime.


Healthy Hand Washing is a hands-on initiative for schools designed to help keep students in school and learning by promoting clean hands. Hand washing is simple but serious! It's particularly important in schools, where lots of things are shared - desks, books, pencils, food and even germs. Without proper hand cleaning, a single infection can quickly spread among students, teachers, family and friends.


Red Ribbon Week is a nationally recognized alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the U.S.


The Accelerated Reading Program is a reading comprehension program for all children at all reading levels. Children are encouraged to read books from the approved AR list. Once they finish reading they take a test on one of the computers in their classroom or the library. They earn points based on the number of books they read and how they perform on the tests.


This event is focused around International Walk to School Week to encourage parents to reduce backups around school during pick-up and drop-off times, improve air quality, boost health and exercise, and increase safety around the school. Students and parents choose the safest route to walk, skateboard, scooter, or bike to school.

 


The Kolb Yearbook is a compilation of the year's events.  Throughout the year parents submit pictures they would like to present for inclusion in the yearbook from classroom events and field trips.  Children enjoy receiving a copy of the yearbook at the close of the school year.  Be sure to order your copy before December 31.


Community events held in the multi-purpose room focused on spending a morning with mom or dad.  

 
 

Additional programs may be added throughout the school year as determined by funding allocation from the PFC.