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Save those labels!
Pay close attention to the products you buy -- there just might be a label on it that you can clip and save for our schools.  Those labels are FREE money for the schools! You can help us earn free stuff!  Labels can be turned in at any local school.


Box Tops for Education
Found on items such as General Mills Cereals, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Ziplock, Hanes, Kleenex, and more. Pay close attention to the date on the label--they do expire!





Labels for Education
Found on items such as Campbell's, Swanson, Prego, V8, Post, Glad, and more



"Meg [Prange]'s visit was a huge success and a valuable experience for our Lincoln kids!  She presented and discussed her art work to the 5th and 6th grades on March 18.  Kids were really amazed at her skills and subjects within her work.   Inspired students have begun a story quilt unit in which they work collaboratively in teams, creating stories and illustrating them with fabric, much like Meg's work.Thank you so much for financially supporting our art program."




New York Times Bestselling author and a former NFL player  
Tim Green visited Albia on Tuesday, October 27 
to deliver a motivational message about reading to 3rd - 8th graders.  

Albia PTO is a proud sponsor of the Tim Green author visit, 
along with Albia Booster Club and the Monroe County Foundation Grant.

Help Lincoln Center win 10 free copies



Boxtops fund Vocal Trash performance for K-6

Vocal Trash in Albia


PTO News

  • Boxtops pay for Vocal Trash Albia PTO's Boxtops for Education fund was able to pay for Vocal Trash to perform for the Albia and Moravia K-6 elementary students on Monday, October 28! It ...
    Posted Oct 4, 2015, 10:46 AM by Leann Seddon
  • Tim Green Author Visit Thanks to everyone who went on Facebook to help Lincoln Center win 10 FREE copies of Kid Owner by Tim Green!  Author, attorney and former NFL defensive player Tim Green ...
    Posted Oct 3, 2015, 3:45 PM by Leann Seddon
  • First PTO Mtg of the Year The first PTO meeting for the 2015-2016 school year is set for Thursday, September 10.  Meetings are held at the Grant library at 6:15 p.m.  This year ...
    Posted Sep 2, 2015, 8:01 PM by Albia PTO
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What is PTO and what do we do? Go here to find out.

Miss the last PTO meeting, but want to stay informed? Check out past meeting minutes here

Don't have time to attend every meeting, but still want to help a little? 
- We would love for you to just attend some of PTO's free family events with your children!  
- You can also check out our various volunteer opportunities throughout the year.


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Leann Seddon,
Oct 29, 2014, 2:48 PM
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Leann Seddon,
Oct 29, 2014, 2:48 PM