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Activities and Programs

  • Box Tops – The school receives money for each “box top” collected.
  • Carnival – This is a great opportunity for everyone to come together and just have fun.
  • Disaster Preparation – The PTA supports the maintenance of proper supplies needed in the event of emergency or disaster.
  • Family Nights – A family event that includes entertainment, parent information, or curriculum focus such as reading, math, or science and technology nights, as well as bingo or a movie.
  • Fundraisers – These include our Fall Fundraiser and our Jog-A-Thon. Proceeds from these events benefit the many student programs, incentives, assemblies, field trips, library, supplies, and technology.
  • Holiday Gift Giving – This is a chance for us to give back to our community by collecting food and distributing it to the needy.
  • Loved Ones’ Day – Parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and other loved ones come to the school and enjoy a few hours of fun activities and reading with students. This event happens in conjunction with Read Across America and Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
  • Outdoor Education – Sixth graders attend the Orange County Department of Education Outdoor Science School.
  • PTA Monthly Board Meetings – These meetings are open to anyone interested in attending and getting involved. They are held on the second Monday of every month at 6:00 PM.
  • PTA Membership – Membership offers the opportunity to support or be part of a network of people who believe in the promotion of parent and public involvement in schools and communities. We strive for 100% participation.
  • Red Ribbon Week – This week is part of a nationwide celebration encouraging healthy, drug-free lifestyles.
  • Reflections – Reflections is National PTA’s cultural arts program in which all students are encouraged to express their thoughts and feelings through the creative arts.
  • Talent Show – Morse stars shine in our talent show.
  • Yearbooks – Ordered yearbooks are distributed at the end of the school year and serve as a meaningful memento of students’ Morse Elementary experiences.