Welcome Back!

Welcome back! I hope you all had a fun filled summer.  It’s hard to believe that another school year is upon us. My name is Lauren Marx and I am honored, as well as excited to serve as your PTA president for the 2017-2018 school year. On behalf of the … Continue reading

Welcome Back

My name is Christina Morra-Tiu and I am the President of the PTA. I would like to welcome back all our Bolton families. It is another exciting school year and the PTA is working on bringing some exciting new programs to our school. We are also working on new fund … Continue reading

Open Positions on the PTA Board

As another school year comes to an end the PTA is looking for 5 new parents to volunteer to take on Board positions. The PTA needs a new President, Vice President, Treasurer and 2 Co-Chairs for our Ways and Means committee. President and V.P. are two year terms and Treasurer … Continue reading

Welcome Back

Hard to believe that summer is almost over and it is time to send the little ones back to school (secret happy dance).  On behalf of the Bolton PTA I wish to welcome back our returning teachers, staff, administrators, students, and parents.  I would also like to extend a welcome … Continue reading

Budget Passes on First Referendum!

Thank you to everyone who helped in yesterday’s budget referendum and who voted.  The budget has passed by a narrow vote of 15.  The Board of Education will meet on June 3rd to hear the superintendent’s recommendations on where the cuts should be made.

Budget Referendum

Tuesday May 12th is your time to let your voice be heard. Please take time to vote. Town Hall is open from 6am to 8pm. Link to the BOE budget: http://www.boltonpublicschools.com/board_of_education/budget_information

Budget Time

At our April 6th  general PTA meeting Superintendent Heckt presented the budget for the upcoming school year.  After her presentation the PTA unanimously voted to support the budget.  If you haven’t yet, please take the time to review the budget so you can make an informed decision when it comes … Continue reading