IMPORTANT: It is required to complete the registration before your child can attend his/her first math club meeting. Due to demand, our sessions fill up quickly and we cannot guarantee that your child will have a spot once we fill up. Late registrations will be placed on a waiting list in the event that space becomes available.
Students in grades 3, 4, 5, and 6 are eligible.
Your tuition includes a full year of club meetings and instruction, supplies, curriculum materials, entry fees to all contests, T-shirt, etc..
Our goal is that no student should be prevented from joining Math Club due to the cost. For information on partial scholarships, please contact MP Family Advocate Annie Gage at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 393-1768
Students are expected to show good behavior at all times, so that everyone in the class can learn. PTSA Before/After School Policy and MP expectations apply at all times. Students should follow directions and give their best effort. Weekly homework will be assigned.
Parents are expected to volunteer. When your coach requests volunteer help, please respond. There are volunteer opportunities in the classroom (coach, room parent), at contests (chaperone, scorer, …), and in some cases from home. Also, parents will be responsible for arranging transportation to offsite contests.
To sign up for Math Club:
- Complete the registration form.
- Write a check (payable to Meridian Park PTSA) for the club fee: $75 for Grade 3, $75 for Grade 4, $100 for Grade 5, $120 for Grade 6.
- Attach the form and fee and return them to the club in one of two ways: to our information night (for 2017-2018, this will be on Wed 10/18/2017 at 7pm); to the front office (mention that it’s for math club).
Parents — after you’ve signed up, consider filling out more paperwork to get it over with:
- volunteer background check (you’ll also need to give a copy of your photo ID such as driver’s license)
- contest permission slips
Please email all paperwork to email@example.com or turn it into the school’s front office. Let the front office people know that it’s for math club.