Upcoming Events


2              Souper Bowl of Caring donations are due
2              Noodles and Notes
3              Harvest Park PTSA Crab Feed
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19            NO SCHOOL

Harvest Park PTSA's 2nd Annual Crab Feed is Saturday, February 3!

Tickets Are On Sale for One More Week!

Proceeds directly support our students, teachers, classrooms, and school!  
24 tickets left...help us wrap up strong! No purchases after Tuesday. 

Purchase tickets at charityauction.bid/hpcrabfeed 

Questions? Contact 

Love wine? Love raffles? Not going to Crab Feed but want to support?

Win an instant wine cellar! The Harvest Park PTSA Wine Raffle is $25 per ticket. Only 100 raffle tickets will be sold. While the winner will be drawn at the Crab Feed, you do not need to be present to win. One winner will win a wine fridge and 25 bottles of wine. Each bottle of wine is valued at $20 or more. The wine collection is worth over $800!

Buy your raffle ticket at charityauction.bid/hpcrabfeed

Crab feed volunteers needed!

Volunteers Needed

We need volunteers to help make the crab feed a success! If you are attending the crab feed, some volunteer positions allow you to enjoy the event as well. If you are not attending the crab feed, please consider helping. Thank you!

21st Annual Noodles & Notes Fundraiser - Friday, Feb. 2

Noodles _ Notes

Friday February 2nd, 6pm to 7pm
, in the MPRSupport Harvest Park Music by attending the 21st annual Noodles & Notes fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 2, from 6 to 8 pm in the Harvest Park MPR.

Enjoy a delicious spaghetti dinner while listening to student performances by strings, choir, and jazz band students.

Fun door prizes will be given out, and we will be offering some fantastic silent-auction items! You can bid on Segway tours; gift certificates for hotel stays, restaurants, stores, salons, and spas; private wine tastings; tickets to the theater, symphony, ballet, museum, and theme parks; and more!

We will also have a bake sale and will be selling gently used books, DVDs, and video games. Donations for our sale or auction are welcome and appreciated. Email Mike Wen if you would like to make a donation.

Presale tickets can be ordered now online at hpmusic.org. Or fill out the ticket order form, and turn it in with your payment by Thursday, Feb. 1 to the HP Music Boosters mailbox in the band room or the Harvest Park school office. Tickets at the door will cost $5 extra per person. 

For more information, contact Soojin Hwang (president@hpmusic.org) or Mike Wen (execvp@hpmusic.org). 

Calling all performers! If you would like to be a part of Harvest Park's 3rd Annual Diversity Week Talent Show, please attend the information meeting after school on Wednesday, February 7 in Mrs. Gatehouse's classroom, D-33 from 3:10 - 3:45 PM. We will explain the audition process and practice schedule. The Talent Show will take place on Friday, March 23. We are looking for multicultural acts that celebrate our diversity and heritage. We are counting on you to get into the act!

For further information, please contact Mrs. Gatehouse at lgatehouse@pleasantonusd.net or Mrs. Bolin at lbolin@pleasantonusd.net

PPIE wants your opinion!  Please complete a short 8-question survey and tell us what you think PPIE should fund at your school for next year.  This year, we're funding extra hours for librarians and site tech specialists at all elementary and middle schools, as well as extra class sections in high school to reduce class size.  Next year, with your support, we can do more!  So tell us what you want!  PPIEwill then confer with your principal's office and with District (PUSD) leadership to fund supplemental staff to best support your students.  AND REMEMBER, particularly for new donors, PLEASE DONATE TO OUR SUPER MATCH CAMPAIGN, which runs NOW through Super Bowl Sunday on February 4.  If more people donate, we can reach the levels of other school districts that have almost 80% participation rates and raise $millions for great school staff and programs! Visit www.ppie.org to learn more about the campaign and to donate.  And don't forget to take our short survey
Souper Bowl of Caring Drive (January 12  - February 2)

Donations are being collected in 1st period classrooms for Harvest Park's 8th annual Souper Bowl of Caring Drive. This service project will take place from January 12 - February 2, 2018.

Let's tackle hunger in our community together! Bring coins, cash or checks made payable to Open Heart Kitchen to your 1st period class by Friday, February 2.

For your information, 2018 will be Harvest Park's 8th year of participation in the national effort to tackle hunger in local communities, known as Souper Bowl of Caring. This organization partners with the NFL during January, leading up to the Super Bowl to raise awareness and funds to tackle hunger in our community. Harvest Park has collected donations in football-themed containers that our 6th grade Middle School Success Wheel and Leadership students have decorated. Weekly public service announcements featuring staff members and students in football jerseys will appear on HPTV each Friday. Mrs. Swyers and the Leadership students will hold a pass and kick contest at lunch periods during the week before the Super Bowl. Mrs. Casto and our ASB are also on our Souper Bowl of Caring team. Last year, we raised over $2,200 to donate to Open Heart Kitchen. This was a Harvest Park record!

We appreciate that our Harvest Park community came together to make a difference for needy families by donating to the canned food drive and to hurricane and firestorm relief efforts. However, donations to food pantries and other charities tend to drop off dramatically after the holidays. If each student and staff member donated $1.00, we could raise about $1,500.00. 

For further information about Souper Bowl of Caring, visit their website at souperbowl.org

For further information about Harvest Park's Souper Bowl of Caring drive, contact Mrs. Lynn Gatehouse at lgatehouse@pleasantonusd.net