Tickets for Parent Parties are now on Sale ! Limited tickets are available for each party so get yours NOW before they are sold out.
Save the Date for the Romona Book Fair! November 13-15th (Online shopping from November 5-20th)
Shop before the holidays and support our school. This year, in addition to providing new books for the Romona Learning Commons, purchases will also benefit our sister school, West Elementary in Zion, IL.
Book fair hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Thursday from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Family Night is Wednesday, November 14 from 6:00 p.m – 7:30 p.m.
Volunteer signup will be available soon .. stay tuned!!
Tickets are on sale NOW for our first sleep under of the year! From 6-8pm on Friday, November 2nd, kids can come to school in the evening to watch a special viewing of Hotel Transylvania 3 with their friends. Attendance is capped at 150 and tickets are selling FAST for this drop-off evening of pizza and refreshments! Shoes/slippers required and phones/devices are not allowed.
$15 per student w/ a family max of $40. Want a free ticket? Volunteer HERE and indicate one student who will attend for free. See you there! To buy tickets see below
Join us on October 29th from 7-8:30 pm at the Mikaelian Education center ( right across from Regina ) for our evening education series. The topic for the evening will be ADHD.
Are you, a family member or friend looking for an opportunity to volunteer at Romona? The Romona Lunch Club committee is looking for individuals to lead lunch clubs from January-March 2019. Share your love of dance, Legos, photography, origami, Pokémon and more by leading a weekly lunch club. Contact Julie Hanahan or Ilene Green at lunchRclubs@romonapta.org with questions or to volunteer.
Tickets are on sale NOW for D39 Foundation’s 5th Annual Attire to Inspire; Fashion show and shopping event.
Book the babysitter, grab a friend (or more!), and come to see the fashion, enjoy light refreshments, shop, and socialize.
Tickets are $75 and can be purchased online here.
Proceeds benefit the foundations Gripp Grant program.