PRIDE Booster Club Provides Support For:
Dear Paul Revere Middle School Families,
Welcome to Paul Revere Magnet & Charter Middle School! Whether you are a new or returning family, Revere’s parent group PRIDE looks forward to helping you navigate our school. We invite you to reach out to us with questions, and to join the large community of volunteers who commit from one hour-per-year to hours-per-day to keep Revere an award-winning public middle school.
PRIDE collaborates with Revere’s teachers, staff and administrators to greatly enrich the education offered by most public middle schools.
PRIDE, the school’s parent Booster Club, was established in 1982 to help fund and facilitate the dozens of vital projects and programs listed at left that otherwise would not be available for our children. Many volunteers diligently work year-round for the benefit of EVERY Revere student, including your child.
We invite you to join us at the following up-coming events to learn more about Revere and PRIDE, meet new friends, see old friends, and have some fun:
August 15, 7:45 AM: Parent Welcome Breakfast, Front Garden
September 8, 8:00 AM: Monthly Parent Meeting, Town Hall
August 31, 6 – 8 PM: Back-to-School Night (no students)
February 2, 6:00 PM: Annual Parent Party & LIVE Auction
Please make sure you are receiving important school news by subscribing to Revere’s email communications and downloading the app via the link on the school website www.paulreverems.com, “Liking” Revere’s Facebook page, and attending the monthly parent meetings. Better yet, contact one of us to VOLUNTEER at the addresses below!
Finally, it takes substantial financial resources to make Paul Revere the great school that it is. This year, PRIDE needs to raise nearly $650,000 to fund technology, class size reduction, music, physical education, the farm, and much, much more. PRIDE supports so many important programs at Revere, but PRIDE relies on you for its funding. We kindly ask that you contribute to PRIDE’s Annual Giving campaign. From $5 to $5,000, your contribution to Annual Giving in an amount that makes sense for your family helps provide a stellar education for our students. You can make a contribution at www.paulreverems.com/giving or bring a check to the front office or to registration days.
Dori Delshad Keri Kraft
PRIDE recommends a donation of $850.00 per child. However, we will gladly accept any amount and deeply appreciate your donation. Make your donation by check and PRIDE will get up to 3% more by avoiding the credit card processing fees. Make your check payable to: PRIDE, mail it to: PRIDE c/o Paul Revere Middle School, 1450 Allenford Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90049
History PRIDE Booster Club is Revere's non-profit parent led organization whose mission is to raise the required funds to implement, enrich and maintain programs and services designed to support and enhance the learning environment for all students on campus.Active parents formed the Paul Revere Booster Club (Paul Revere Interest Development Enrichment) in 1982 to help fund projects and programs that school staff, parents and students identified as vital to the learning environment at Paul Revere Middle Charter School and Mathematics, Science and Technology Magnet Center.
The PRIDE Executive Board is comprised of active parent volunteers. Every dollar raised is used to fund ongoing programs in the arts, music, physical education, science, ecology and technology, or to institute new ones such as our unique Outdoor Learning Environment, PEP After-School Enrichment and Teacher Resource Center.PRIDE encourages parents to get involved on campus. There are many ways you can contribute and enrich the educational experience of all students.To learn more and receive information on upcoming PTSA/PRIDE events and meetings Sign-up for weekly emails and special announcements
Thank you for your interest and support of Paul Revere!Major Projects Funded by PRIDE:1996 - Outdoor Classroom Master Plan1997 - Outdoor Classroom Renovation (cleaning, native plantings, pathway 1)1998 - Fundraising for Outdoor Classroom (cleaning, grading, rebuild greenhouse, install raised wood planter beds)1999 - Committee formed (plans completed, solicitations of local firms, garage sale, benefit concert)1999 - Outdoor Classroom Renovation (pathway 2, habitat pond, orchard, compost bins, raised beds completed)2000 - Outdoor Classroom Renovation (greenhouse, soil prep, plant shade trees, fruit vines and hedges, install fence, native garden and butterfly garden, electrical, plumbing, irrigation, landscape around greenhouse)2003 - Town Hall Renovation2004 - Obstacle Course Installation2005 - Library Renovation2006 - Main Office Renovation2006-2009 - Quad Renovation (design, fundraising,remove and/or relocate trees and roses, remove cactus, install concrete walkways, amphitheater, concrete benches, dg, and landscape)2008 - Outdoor Classroom - Repair Irrigation2008-2009 - Outdoor Classroom - Design and build Concrete walkways, planters and new irrigation for planters)2009 - Farm Renovation (clean/repair cages)2009-2010 - Outdoor Classroom - Design and build Amphitheater2009 - Technology Room Renovation