The Douglas Spirit Rock is now available for rental and painting! For a suggested donation of $25, rent the rock for a day and paint a message of support for a Douglas student, teacher, staff member or event!
Do you enjoy art, music and dance or have an interest in writing, producing films or taking photos? Then join us and have fun unleashing your inner artist with PTA Reflections!
This year’s theme, “I Will Change the World By…,” calls for your own unique interpretation through the arts. Submit your entry form and artwork by Oct. 15.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to see your creativity at work!
Thanks to a generous donation of tables from a Douglas family, the PTA was able to add tilting umbrellas and create multiple outdoor seating areas like the one pictured above in our K-1 outdoor space.
Another set of tables is set to arrive soon, and we need your help painting them on Saturday!
We are hoping to have at least 12 volunteers, but more are definitely welcome as there are a few other projects around campus that could use a helping hand — and we would graciously accept that help on this National Day of Service.
Two Douglas Dragons won National Awards of Excellence for their artwork in the 2020-21 PTA Reflections program! Congratulations to Annabelle Pate and Jacob Cerveny!!
Both students created artwork that reflected the theme, “I Matter Because …” Annabelle placed in the photography category and Jacob in film production. Their artwork, along with that by other winners across the United States, will be featured in a traveling exhibition.
Check out Jacob’s award-winning video.
This is Annabelle’s award-winning photo project:
Thank you to all Douglas students for entering PTA’s Reflections contest. We hope to see more of your creative artwork in the Reflections program next school year!
Our nature trail is ready, and the time has come to crown our entrance with a sign. We need your help naming the nature trail!
Students may submit ideas here to be voted on this month. The deadline is March 12.
Let your creativity shine!
Leaves, weeds and trash, oh my!
Our lovely campus needs a little TLC before school starts back for Plan B students. Please consider volunteering at your leisure anytime before Oct. 26 to spruce up the campus. Whether pulling weeds, picking up trash, blowing leaves, painting or power-washing, any help you provide will make a big difference!
Masks and social distancing are required. The building will not be open, so plan accordingly.