The PTF meets the first Tuesday of the month. Please check the calendar if you are unsure of when the next meeting is. We look forward to seeing you there! We always love to see new faces and we always welcome your ideas.
VP: Molly Blake firstname.lastname@example.org
SECRETARY: Brittney Carter Brittney.email@example.com
TREASURER: Jillian Tripp firstname.lastname@example.org
Need to make a funding request?
CLICK HERE to submit your funding request or download a form to print HERE. If you are printing a form please put it in the PTF mailbox in the office of the Brooklin School and let Allison Watters know that you have done so. If you fill it out online it will go straight to the PTF and you will hear from us soon! Thank you and we looking forward to hearing about your ideas.
Parents, Teachers & Friends
Here are the minutes from last night’s PTF meeting. There are a few dates to make sure you have on your calendar for this coming spring:
CLEAN UP DAY will be held on(with a rain date for ). This is an event where we all pitch in for a morning tidying up the school grounds. PTF will provide lunch.
The PTF YARD SALE will take place on. We will be asking for your donations of unneeded treasures as well as your help setting and cleaning up after the event as June approaches.
The SILENT AUCTION and DANCE with local soul band, The Soulbenders will happen onat the Central Hall in South Blue Hill. We would love any items of value that we could auction for the event to be donated in the next several months.
Thanks in advance for your help with these events!
Brooklin School PTF Meeting Minutes from March 7, 2017
written by Allison Watters
In attendance: Allison Watters, Robyn Sealander, Jillian Tripp, Julie Wilson, Molly Blake, Halina Nawrot, Maribeth Carson
Please make sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming PTF fundraiser Soup Chili Chowder Challenge taking place on Saturday, March 4th beginning at 5:30 in the school gym.
If you are so inclined whip up a tasty pot of your favorite soup, nourishing chowder or spicy chili and try to win one of three grand prizes.
We would also love to have any PTF members who are able to bring some side bread products (bread, bagels, breadsticks, cornbread - the sky’s the limit). We could also use some extension cords if you have a couple. Just make sure to label them with your name so we make sure to get them back to you.
Please let your friends and neighbors know about this event. It’s a great way to bring people into the school community and get together in this quiet and sometimes isolating time of year.
There will be a PTF meeting on at the school library at in the evening. There was a request for babysitters from a PTF parent and we have lined up two middle schoolers to hang out with your kids during the meeting so feel free to bring them along if it’s helpful.
The Brooklin School PTF is sponsoring its annual Thanksgiving pie sale. We are calling to ask if you would like to purchase a pie or 2. The pies and crusts will be home-made by our “Pies by Guys” crew, headed up by Eric Blake. Pies will be baked , Nov., 19th and will be ready to be picked up at the school on , from . The cost for each pie is $13 for pumpkin and $16 for apple, to be paid at the time of pickup. Apple pies can be ordered fully assembled, but unbaked. (Baked pies , both apple and pumpkin, also freeze well for a later date.)
The choices are pumpkin and apple.
In case of questions here are the ingredients for both pies: The Apple pie is a modified version of Brooke Dojny’s published recipe.
Apple Pie ingredients
Crumb Topping ingredients
1 tbs. cornstarch
½ tsp. cinnamon
½ tsp. ginger
½ tsp. nutmeg
½ tsp salt (scant)
12 oz. evaporated milk
1 cup sugar
1/8 cup molasses
2 eggs beaten
15 oz. pumpkin"""
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