PTSA Events 2022-2023

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PTA Reflections

Student entries submitted to the national level go through two rounds of review by esteemed arts professionals across the country. Over 200 students are recognized for their achievements in the arts and their works are exhibited throughout the year. Top national-level winners are provided prizes and scholarships and their works are showcased and exhibited. Click Here for Entry Form.

 

Deadline Date is October 7, 2022. Questions? Contact Stephanie Turl at stephanie.turl@gmail.com

Las obras de los estudiantes presentadas
a nivel nacional atraviesan dos rondas de revisión realizadas por profesionales del arte de prestigio de todo el país. Se reconoce a más de 200 estudiantes por sus logros en el arte y sus obras se exhiben durante todo el año. Los principales ganadores a nivel nacional reciben premios y becas, y sus obras se muestran y exhiben. Haga clic aquí para ver el formulario de inscripción.

La fecha límite es el 7 de octubre de 2022. ¿Preguntas? Contacto: Stephanie Turl at stephanie.turl@gmail.com.

Past PTSA Events

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Thank you Mendocino Farms and DNO Families!

 

On Monday, August 22, PTSA held its first fundraiser "Pay What You Want" at the brand new Mendocino Farms, Encinitas.

 

Diegueño families were invited to come experience their great food and healthy options for dinner. All of the fundraising money and donations come back to our school.

 

It was such a great evening! Please be sure to check back for upcoming events.

RED RIBBON WEEK

OCTOBER 25-29, 2021

THE NATION'S LARGEST AND LONGEST-RUNNING DRUG-USE PREVENTION CAMPAIGN

Red Ribbon Week was a great success! We hope that this anti-drug, anti-vaping and anti-alcohol campaign will continue with you at home every chance you get. Here are some Highlights from the week:

 

CRIME SCENE INVES”DIEGUENO”

Students were asked to solve a crime! Here is the scene that was set - a crashed car, an Ebike, outline of victim, unclipped helmet, and bottle of “booze”. First responders were on the scene. Students had to “Solve the Crime” by answering a series of questions. Students then submitted their answers and 5 of the students who solved the crime correctly were rewarded. The correct cause - The Ebiker was impaired, driving erratically, causing the car to swerve and crash. We hope students understood the importance of being safe and sober whether in a car or on an Ebike!

Other events included:

  • TUNE OUT DRUGS AND ALCOHOL - students submitted inspirational words to share with their classmates after listening to a series of songs.

  •  POPCORN BELONGS IN YOUR STOMACH NOT YOUR LUNGS - students learned the dangers of vaping through posters and handouts, while also getting to enjoy a bag of popcorn. 

  • SHOOT FOR A HEALTHY LIFE - encouraged living a healthy life and the best version of yourself. Students shot a mini-basketball into a hoop and had to determine if the picture with the hoop was something healthy or not. Parent volunteers engaged the students in conversation on their answers and gave prizes!

  • MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVERS - MADD representatives brought their special goggles for students to understand the dangers of being impaired. 

 

We owe special thanks to so many community members:

  •  Officer Juan Escobar (a former DNO student) who helped secure the crashed vehicle and spoke to all the students to help solve the “crime.”

  • Road One Tow Truck Company for delivering the crashed vehicle to the school.

  • Engine 234 of the Encinitas Fire Station at Village Park and American Medical Response. FireFighter Wes Nelson and Paramedic Eric Nixon and all of the uniformed first responders were like celebrities on campus!

  • Thank you Chad Delude of Cardiff Station #1 for organizing the presence of these heroes!

  • San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and Crime Specialist George Hernandez for setting up a booth

  • Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD). MADD played an essential role on campus.

  • Thank you to the many Parent Volunteers who helped to welcome our guests, provide lunch, support the stations, and interact with the students. 

  • The ASB Students & Mrs. Gaddi, Ms. Missy for helping to coordinate, Mrs. Dolnik & Mrs. Kramer, and all of the amazing Cougar staff for their help and support! 

 

To everyone involved - Your dedication to keeping kids safe is greatly appreciated! The many questions you answered, stories you told, and examples you gave to encourage students to stay safe and make healthy choices will be memorable for students. And, of course, running the lights and sirens on the firetruck was fun for the students (and the adults!). 

 

We always express our appreciation for the Cougar Community, but it truly took on a whole new meaning as we welcomed so many who were here in the interest of helping our students make good choices! 

 

Click here for a fun recap of the day. Thank you for all of your support!!

Crime Scene Investigation "Diegueño"
Crime Scene Investigation "Diegueño"

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Officer Juan Escobar (former DNO student)
Officer Juan Escobar (former DNO student)

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Crime Scene Investigation "Diegueño"

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Flippin' Pizza Day

Save the Date: Wed, Sept 28

 

Come get some pizza from Flippin' Pizza at their Encinitas location anytime between 11:00am-8:00pm and 25% of the sales will be donated to our school.

You can eat in, pick up or order for delivery, just make sure you mention that you are part of the Diegueno fundraiser or show the flyer. 

Let's have some pizza and support our school! Click here for the flyer.

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