The PTSA also works to raise money and other types of support for Langley. We recently held our second annual restaurant social and fundraiser at The Pub and The People, which was a big success! Boundary Stone and Big Bear Cafe have generously supported us as well. These funds go to investments in the school such as books and to sponsoring events such as Pizza and Movie Night, Teacher Appreciation Week and 5th Grade Graduation festivities.
PTSA is open to community members, so please join us by emailing LangleyPTA101@gmail.com. It is never too early to support your neighborhood school. A great way to stay up-to-date on the PTSA's activities is to follow our Facebook page. We participate in the Harris Teeter fundraising program as Langley Education Campus PTSA, and Amazon Smile. We also accept donations by PayPal at email@example.com. Thank you so much for supporting our school!
Langley Elementary School PTSA is a private, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization of parents, teachers and community members dedicated to supporting the students, teachers and families at Langley Elementary.
During the school year, the PTSA meets about once a month at 6 pm at Langley Elementary. Parents and community members are always welcome at our meetings. The PTSA includes committees coordinating volunteer opportunities, grant-writing, communications and fundraising. There are numerous ways to get involved! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting dates.
Giving to support the PTSA
The Langley PTSA is entirely dependent on donations and fundraising to support its activities, so please consider making a monetary gift. Another great way to support the Langley PTSA is by signing up and shopping as you normally would at Amazon and Harris Teer! Just register your Harris Teeter VIC card and link your Amazon account at smile.amazon.com to the Langley Education Campus PTSA. Each organization will donate a portion of any purchase you make to the Langley PTSA.
We welcome volunteers who want to use their skills and resources to help our students succeed. Volunteers at Langley support educational experiences in numerous ways, including tutoring students, writing grants, supporting our garden programs, and assisting on field trips to Washington's many cultural and historical sites. Please contact us at email@example.com to learn more about current volunteer needs.
Volunteers who work directly with sudents on a regular bias or have the potential to be alone with a student are required to complete the DCPS volunteer clearance process.
Volunteers are processed and fingerprinted on a walk-in basis or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am - 3:30 pm . DCPS Central Office is located at 1200 First Street NE - 10th floor, Washington, D.C. 20002, once block from the NOMA/Gallaudet (formerly New York Ave.) Metro stop on the redline.
Note: Staring March 31, 2014, DCPS will no longer accept paper applications for volunteer fingerprinting. While we recommend completing the online application before coming the office to save yourself time, there will be computers and staff available to assist with the online applications during walk-in hours.
Bring the following documents to the DCPS fingerprinting office:
Tuberculosis (TB) Verification: Volunteers must show negative results from a skin test, blood test or chest x-ray taken with ithe last 12 months.
State Issued Photo Identification: e.g. Passport, Non-Drivers/Driver's License, Military ID
If you need additional information please contact DCPS Central Office:
1200 First Street, NE.
Washington, D.C. 20002
Phone: (202) 442-5885