Yearbook Sales Have Begun!

The last day to purchase yearbooks online is Friday, May 4th, 2018!

Quantities are limited - Order yours today by using the following forms:



Spring 2018 

  • All after school programs will be on campus and start right after the school at 2:45 pm, and will end either at 3:50 or 4pm depending on the program.
  • Every program with students in Kinder through 2nd grade will need a parent volunteer who will be present at all times to help the instructor with taking attendance, dismissal and other general tasks. 
  • There will be NO AFTER SCHOOL programs during the weeks of STAAR testing 
  • All programs start in March 2018

Questions? Contact Campus Activities PTA Board Member - Sharmeen Jilla




Pokemon Programming and Building Bolts (3rd-5th grade)


This class is a combination of coding using the Pokemon theme and the use of nuts, bolts, and tools to create structures and apply principles of mechanics to build mobile toys. This program enhances the use of critical thinking to decide how to optimize resources. It promotes the ability to apply divergent thinking while developing motor skills, eye-hand coordination, and spatial skills. Brainopolis will bring the laptops for you to work in class. Bring your own mouse and flash drive.


Classes will be held on MONDAYS Mar. 5, 19, 26, Apr. 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14, 21

To register go to

Cost $140




Wearable Technology (K-2nd grade)


We’re surrounded by technology! Why not make some that you can wear? Invent your own wearable devices (belt, headbands, bracelets, etc.) using motors, light bulbs, cables, batteries, buzzers and a lot of creativity.


Topics Included:





Biomedical devices

Types of Energy


Mechanics in Robotics


Classes will be held on WEDNESDAYS Mar. 7, 21, 28, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16

To register go

Cost $130




Hour of Coding (3rd-5th grade)


Students will learn a general background of coding history, how coding relates to the real-world (careers, professionals, etc.), and they will gain basic coding skills needed to complete online courses and classroom activities.


Instructor - Bethany Jacobson


Classes will be held on THURSDAYS Mar 22nd, 29th, April 5, 19, 26, May 3,10, 24

To register go to starting March 1st.

Cost $80. Limited to 8 spots




Ruby Etiquette (all grades)


Program Details - Meeting others and introductions - Apologies and Honesty - Personal hygiene - Teasing and Bullying - Phone and Internet communication - Party Etiquette (gift giving, receiving, wrapping, and a party!)


THURSDAYS Mar 22nd - May 3rd ( no class on April 12th due to testing)

To register please email Jocelyn Stevens @ or call at (972) 762-6802


Cost - $160 for Haggar Only 


Payment Option: Check written to Ruby Etiquette, LLC and sent to the front office or mailed to

Ruby Etiquette, LLC.

P.O. Box 116900

Carrollton, TX 75011



Learn to solve the Rubik's cube - beginners class (3rd - 5th grade)


THURSDAYS March 22nd - May 31st

Register at starting March 1st.

Cost $80

Instructor - Caroline Karl




Dear RMH Families:


Who can believe the year is almost over!  With only a little over 6 week of school left the PTA wants to remind everyone that we have some amazing, fun events for the students and family.  Please be on the look out for the PTA Auction, Beach Blast, Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast, Field Day and End of Year Parties.  Everyone enjoys these events and are a great way to end the year and show the students you are proud of all they have accomplished.


And PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK MAY 7-11!  Be on the lookout for what the PTA will be hosting to thank all the terrific RMH teachers for their hard work.  There will be many ways for you and your child to be involved and make the day/s extra special for all the staff at RMH.


Finally, as the year comes to a close please think about being involved in the PTA in the 2018-19 year.  We love being able to provide feild,trips, parties, community events, assemblies, teacher treats and more for our students and staff, but need your help.  Please consider becoming involved in any way that you can.  Our group cannot run without parent involvement and we would love any type of help you can give.  Questions about PTA needs please email for more information.


Looking forward to seeing all of you at the great events these last 6 weeks!



Stacy Cushing 


                  Box Tops


Save the Box Top 4 Education labels from your General Mills, Pillsbury, Totino’s, Ziploc Bags, Cascadian Farms and other brands.  Each label is worth at least 10 cents! Download a collection sheet HERE or pick up additional sheets from the office!


            Amazon Smile


On your first visit to Amazon Smile you need to select Rose Mary Haggar Elementary PTA from the list to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. For every eligible purchase you make at our PTA will receive a donation.



Link your Kroger Plus card so our PTA can receive a donation. Go to Kroger's Community Rewards Program to sign-in or create an account at the Kroger Community Rewards page and select our school (Rose Mary Haggar). The Kroger Plus card has to be linked each program year (July-April) and your card will be linked to RMH PTA.  Our PTA receives a percentage of Kroger's $1,000,000 donation based on our purchases.

      Shop thru the Heart


As a way to cover expenses that we have traditionally passed along to local PTAs, the general Council membership (Council Board, PTA Presidents, School Principals) voted to initiate Shop Thru the Heart participation at the November meeting in 2016. Funds raised through this program are not for the Council of PTAs, but for all PTAs. It is a simple and impactful way for us to get donations with online shopping that we already do every day.
This program  provides double support since RMH participates in Amazon Smiles. Registered participants can Shop Thru the Heart using Amazon Smiles and accumulate dollars for both programs!

      World Wear Project


Be a part of diverting thousands of pounds of shoes and clothing from local landfills by filling the Community Storehouse shoes and clothing donation bin on our campus with your gently used shoes, clothing, purses, belts, wallets, hats, caps, backpacks, hard toys, stuffed animals and pots and pans. Community Storehouse receives payment for every pound collected from you. You know our organization as first responders to any issues that threaten to interfere with the success in school of the children who live in the Northwest Tarrant County community. The benefit to you? Neater closets, drawers, toy boxes, and kitchens, and the knowledge that less textile waste will end up in our local landfills.

The Big Blue donation bin is located on the south side of the school by the teachers’ parking lot.


Tom Thumb

Stop by the courtesy booth at our local Tom Thumb (Frankford & Preston) and ask them for a Good Neighbor Form. The form can also be found on the RMH PTA website and turned into school front office in PTA box. Use this form to link your Reward card to the RMH PTA, Charity #3060. Each time you present your Reward card, we get 1% of your purchase for our PTA.