The 2014 Honorees are as follows:
Lisa Alba (Vintage Hills), Patricia Blair (Pleasanton Middle School), Sharolyn Borris (Walnut Grove), Linda Bury (Walnut Grove), Katie Crawford (Alisal), Cherryl Crawley (Fairlands), Greg Dankwardt (Harvest Park Middle School), Shari Eastman (Fairlands), Christine Fitzsimmons (Alisal), Julie Hagstrom (Vintage Hills), Rachel Harold (Amador Valley High School), Mike Kuhfal (Hearst), Carlota Lim (Walnut Grove), Denise Morgan (Donlon), Mike Payne (Walnut Grove), Adam Randall (Vintage Hills), Eric Thiel (Amador Valley High School), Sara Walsh (Walnut Grove)
For more information, please contact Robin Dias-Magnano at (925) 336-1998.
President: Katie BrunnerExecutive Vice President: Mary Diligent1st Vice President, Student & Community Concerns: Kristen Dean2nd Vice President, Communications: Robin Dias3rd Vice President, Membership: Madelyn Conrad4th Vice President, Advocacy & Outreach: Maritess SimmonsSecretary: Elizabeth LesterTreasurer: Beth LimesandAuditor: OPENHistorian: OPENParliamentarian: OPEN
of nineteen students was chosen to represent Pleasanton and advance to next level at the Peralta PTA District, comprising all of Alameda County. On January 11th, Peralta PTA District chose twenty four entries to advance to the state level; eight of which were from Pleasanton!
Congratulations to the eight Pleasanton students whose artistic creations are advancing to the State level:
Maisha Sharma, Fairlands Elementary, Primary Division
Aarush Kote, Fairlands Elementary, Primary Division
Sandhya Kalavacherla, Amador Valley High School, Senior Division
Anoushka Sharma, 4th GR, Vintage Hills Elementary, Intermediate Division
Hyunjung (Lucy) Kim, Harvest Park Middle School, Middle/Junior Division
Daekyung Kim, Amador Valley High School, Senior Division
Brenna Lonner, Walnut Grove, Intermediate Division
Should any of these students be named award winners by the State PTA and advance to the National level, their work will be presented at the California State PTA Convention to be held in Los Angeles, California, May 7-10, 2014
The Pleasanton PTA Council began in 2003 as an umbrella group for all PTAs in Pleasanton. The mission of the PTA is to represent their members and to empower and support them with skills in advocacy, leadership, and communication to positively impact the lives of all children and families. More information is available at
The theme for PTA’s 2013–14 Reflections Program is Believe, Dream, Inspire. This theme was submitted through the Reflections Theme Search Contest by Julie Lampert of Waverly Park PTA, located in East Rockaway, New York.
“My Inspiration for the theme came from my experience in competitive sports. I hope that students across the country will strive to make their dreams become a reality,” Julie writes.