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Rainbow PTA needs chairpersons

Madison Board of Education member Connie Spears works with Rainbow Elementary School students in 2013. (CONTRIBUTED)
Madison Board of Education member Connie Spears works with Rainbow Elementary School students in 2013. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – Rainbow Elementary School PTA is accepting volunteers to serve as committee chairs and co-chairs for the 2015-2016 school year.

“Our committees manage those important programs that help make Rainbow the amazing school it is,” vice president of volunteers Crystal Dobbs said. “For a little bit of work, there’s a lot of reward for our school and our kids.”

Rainbow PTA need leaders for committees that coordinate teacher appreciation, bus and fire safety, campus beautification, family fitness, awards and grants, Spirit Night and the holiday gift shop.

To volunteer, email to crystaladobbs@gmail.com.

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