Thurston Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

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    There will be a PTO meeting on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 6pm. We will be discussing and putting together the calendar/schedule of events for next year (2016-2017). If you are part of a committee that has an event that needs to be put on the calendar/schedule, please attend the meeting or send information to as soon as possible and before August 2nd. This meeting will be informal - no votes will be taken. Any issues needing discussion will be placed on the agenda for the following PTO meeting.

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  • Have a wonderful summer break! Check back in mid-August for back to school information.

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