PTA (Parent Teacher Association)
The PTA is a Parent Teacher Association.
The PTA helps you to keep up with what is happening at Flower Hill Elementary and ways for you to support your child's education.
The PTA connects you with other families through meetings, fun events, and social networking like our Facebook site.
The PTA provides information on topics ranging from homework help to bullying prevention to media safety to child health issues and more.
The PTA can help you effectively suggest changes at your school and in our community.
Membership Forms English y Español
Who Are We?
PTA 2018-2019 Calendar
PTA September Newsletter English y Español
Support the PTA!
Your child may pick up an entry packet in the media center. Questions? Please contact Ms. McDonald, Media Specialist at Flower Hill ES, and the Reflections Chair.
Deadline for submission of your child's entry (or entries) to the media center is Friday, November [TBD]
PTA Science Fair
Click here for a list of science project ideas, and here for an online collections of science project websites.
Flower Hill STEM Night and Science Fair - April 11, 2019
Let’s Get Started! Read through the many ideas we have by clicking below, or request an idea packet from your teacher to find even more ideas and resources!
MCPS tracks volunteer hours logged at each school. If you helped a teacher, researched a subject for a PTA presentation, chaperoned a PTA event or class field trip, or volunteered in any way, please make sure your contribution of time is recorded! An interactive version of the volunteer hours tracking form is available at the MCPS website through the link below. You can also print and then fill it out. https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/forms/pdf/311-56.pdf . Please submit these forms to the main office.
Flower Hill PTA Archive
Reflections Art Program Showcase and Awards Ceremony was held December 2, 2014
Participating students presented their original art work based on the theme, "The world would be a better place if ..." and received a medal and a certificate.
All of our students artwork will be competing against other elementary students in the Montgomery County PTA Reflections program.
Flower Hill Elementary students learn by growing
Gazette - Sylvia Carignan
Flower Hill Elementary School students can now take their classroom experiments outdoors with the installation of a new garden in the school’s courtyard. Karla Kratovil, the school’s Parent-Teacher-Student Association president, said Flower Hill received a $3,500 grant from Lowe’s, which it will use for the garden. The school’s first-graders have planted the vegetable beds, where broccoli, spinach, carrots and peas are growing.