23rd Ave work continues

The Seattle Department of Transportation’s 23rd Avenue project is to continue through spring 2019, affecting the stretch between South Jackson Street and Rainier Ave South. This represents the second phase of construction on the 23rd Avenue corridor.

Updates are available at http://bit.ly/23rdAvePhase2. Continue reading

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Cheer the Ms & Dads!

Join dozens of TM families in cheering the Mariners as they take on the Boston Red Sox at 1:10 p.m. on Sunday, June 17. Special free gifts on Father’s Day: BBQ gloves to the first 10,000 dads, plus “Youth Baseball Day eye-black patches for all kids 14 and under. 

Special price per ticket is $15 (scholarships available). Ordering deadline is May 25. Bring friends and relatives, too! Continue reading

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Support the Move-a-thon!

The school’s Move-a-thon fundraiser is Friday, May 18.  Money raised will be used to pay for scholarships for classroom field trips!

What is Move-a-thon? Just a chance for all students to walk a few laps outside the building to show that they care about making field trips accessible to all students.

Please support that idea! Students took home pledge forms and envelopes, and are to return them to school with cash and checks (made out to “Thurgood Marshall ASB”) by Friday, May 18.

Special bonus: For each sponsor a student signs up, receive a chance to win a catered lunch!

Need the form? Download it here.

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Help close the budget gap

The PTA is appealing to our community to help us avoid budget cuts. As of April 30, the PTA still must raise nearly $50,000 to meet its obligations this year. [May 10 update: We have $30,000 to go! Thanks, donors!]

We believe our community can rally, and reach this goal. Give now.

We hope you already know what the PTA’s $190,000 in spending means to Thurgood Marshall. Continue reading

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