Monthly Archives: June 2011

K-2 Canoeing Trip

For our K-2 group, from Kristin Hoy: At our last meeting I volunteered to set up a canoe trip for us.  I will be unable to attend our next TAL meeting so thought I’d get your input via e-mail and then … Continue reading

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Family Game Time – Please Select Your Preferred Dates

We are looking to schedule a Family Game Time in July.  This event would be for all ages, kindergarten through high school.  We’ll try to schedule it for when the most families can attend.  Please click on the link below … Continue reading

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Sign up for email notifications from TAL

If you’d like to receive ongoing email notifications of TAL happenings, please sign up on this site:  http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/talmember1/1157960 Scroll down and click on “Sign Up” for each age group in which you have a student.  If you’d like to be a … Continue reading

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Brochure Available

A draft of our trifold brochure describing TAL can be found here.  If you have any suggestions to improve the brochure, please contact Tina Yoder at jryoder@sbcglobal.net.

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Incoming grade 7/8 parent meeting

A new meeting has been scheduled for incoming 7-8 parents who are concerned regarding ELA, and the honors issue. We will have a chance to hear what they have to offer and how we can work collaboratively with them to … Continue reading

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New Events Added

Update 6/14:  The June 23 Starlab event at the library is full.  A waiting list is available; call the Farmington Library at 248-848-4315 to sign up for the waitlist. New events have been added to our calendar (see link at … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Farmington Public Schools Together for Accelerated Learners (TAL) website!

TAL is a group created under the guidance of the Farmington Area PTA Council.  Our mission is to network, educate, and inspire parents and educators and coordinate advocacy to further the academic, social, and emotional needs of high-achieving students in … Continue reading

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