This week at Proctor – 3/7

3/8 – Dine and Donate:

Two Dine and Donate opportunities this month

Option 1:

Join us Tuesday3/8 at Bird and the Bottle or Monti’s for this month’s Dine & Donate opportunity. Get your babysitter and make your reservation at Monti’s in Montgomery Village or Bird & Bottle on Fourth Street for Tuesday, March 8. Lots of reservations already in place- it will be fun to see friends out and about on Date Night!

Make your reservations the easy way at – put Proctor Terrace PTA Dine and Donate in the reservation notes. Please see attached flyer

Bird & Bottle: (707) 568-4000
Monti’s Rotisserie & Bar: (707) 568-4404

Option 2:

Visit Ozzie’s Grill during March From Tuesday 3/1 to Thursday 3/31. Fridays and Saturdays excluded from this offer. 

Enjoy Ozzie’s great burgers, shakes and fries! Each time you visit, present this flyer or a digital image on your device, and a donation will be made to the Proctor Terrace Outdoor School Scholarship Fund based on your purchase.

Ozzie’s Grill: (707) 538-0775
Open Monday – Sunday 11:00am – 8:00pm

3/8 – Safe Biking Presentation

There will be a Safe Biking Presentation for Parents on Tuesday, 3/8 at 8:15am in the multi-purpose room.

4/1 – Math Fair Volunteers:

We are looking for volunteers to play math games with students! No math experience is necessary.  Games will be quick to learn and fun to play! Consider helping all-day or only for a few hours.

When: Friday, April 1 from 7:45am-2:45pm
Where: Proctor Terrace MPR
Who: KA-6 grades
Why: To support math learning while playing games!

Please email Kristy Coleman ( if you are interested or have questions about this fabulous volunteer opportunity or click here to sign up!

4/9 – Dinner, Dance & Auction:

Don’t forget- SAVE THE DATE- April 9 for the Dinner, Dance, Auction spring fundraiser.

Join the parents and PTA of Proctor Terrace for a “Night in Italy” on Saturday,April 9th at 6pm at Ellington Hall, 3535 Industrial Drive. Enjoy a pasta dinner catered by Bruno’s on 4th, libations, silent and live auction, dancing and more!

Ticket prices are $30 per person or $275 for a table of 10.  For an additional $5 per person, Santa Rosa’s own “Rosie” the trolley will shuttle you from Proctor Terrace to the Ellington and back to PT (spaces are limited for this option so be sure to reserve your spot along with your ticket now!)

Treat yourself to a Night in Italy, without leaving Santa Rosa!  We look forward to seeing you there!  Buy your tickets on our website.

P.S. We are still looking for donations including wine, season tickets, restaurant gift cards, vacation rentals, and more. Please email the DDA committee if you can help!

Millie Grazie,
The DDA Committee

SRCS Superintendent Search 2016 Survey:

As part of the Santa Rosa City Schools superintendent search process – gathering stakeholder input – our Board of Education has approved an online survey. The survey has been developed in both English and Spanish and is set to run through March 21st.

All input is welcome, so please take a few minutes to complete this survey!

English Survey:

Spanish Survey:

Local Control and Accountability Plan for the 2016/2017 School Year Survey:

California state law sets out the system for funding public schools. State leaders largely decide how much money is available to schools each year as part of the state budget process.

In 2013, California adopted a new formula for deciding how much money each school district gets, called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).

School districts will decide how to use the funds, but under the new system they must get input from their local communities. They also have to tie their budgets to improvement goals by creating a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).

The information from these surveys help the district write the LCAP for the following school year. Please see surveys below. Thanks for your participation! 

More info on LCFF & LCAP:


The live surveys are here:

Emergency Kit Request:


We are asking that all students bring in a zip loc bag filled with the following items in the event of an emergency:

  1. Non-perishable food items for example cheese and cracker packages, beef jerky, etc.
  2. Box of juice
  3. Family Picture
  4. Note pad and pencil for drawing or a small activity book

The bags will be stored in your students’ classroom. We want to make sure we keep your children as comfortable as possible in the event they need to remain on campus for safety reasons during an emergency situation.


Heated Lunch Items:

Please do not to send food items with your children that needs to be heated in a microwave. Students are not allowed to use microwaves on campus and our cafeteria worker does not have the time to do it for them.

Noon Supervision Position:

We have an opening for Noon supervision. This is a paid position. Please email Mrs. Olmsted if you’re interested.

Amazon Update:

Please remember to use this link before you shop at Amazon. You canbookmark this link and use it for future Amazon visits.

Every bit helps, thanks! Here’s the current breakdown of Amazon money through 3/7/2016: