Extractions: Apple picking, pumpkin picking, cider, pies, farm animals, pick your own, field trips, farm market and more can be found at the Mount Family's 200 fruit and vegetable-producing acres noted for quality products and country-style service. Terhune Orchards Farm Store attracts local people doing their daily shopping as well as visitors on their way through the Princeton area. The Farm Store and Farm Yard are open every day all year. Monday- Friday 9:00 to 6:00
Multistate Tax Commission SPAN JOB POSTINGS Parent Support Group Specialists, Full or PartTime 3-6 Regional Associates academic health outcomes for children in new jersey . SPAN is a nonprofit organization networks and/or formal organizations (ptas/ptos/HSAs, etc) currently supporting or http://www.fundraisetaxlaw.org/nj.html
Extractions: New Jersey Agency: Division of Taxation Contact Dept.: Tax Services Branch Tel. No.: (609) 292-5994 Fax No.: (609) 989-0113 If your State exempts fundraising sales by certain groups from sales or use taxes, please indicate which of the following are exempt in your State. Public Schools (K-12) - Exempt Private Schools (K-12) - Exempt School Groups (e.g., clubs, bands, teams) - Exempt PTAs - Exempt PTOs - Exempt Other parent groups - Not Exempt (please identify) Church Groups - Exempt Youth Sports League - Exempt 501 (c)(3) organizations - Exempt 501 (c)(6) organizations - Not Exempt Other (specify): Veteran's Organizations - Exempt (NOTE: The exemption applies only if the organization is either a govermental entity or has completed the REG-1E and has been issued an ST-5 from the Division. ) 1a Are local sales and use taxes in your State applied to these groups in the same manner as State sales and use taxes are applied to these groups? N/A 1b Please set forth any comments including a list of groups not listed above whose fundraising activities are exempt from sales and use taxation in your State. Organizations whose fundraising sales are exempted from the tax are those that have applied for and been granted a Sales and Use Tax Exempt Organization Permit. Qualified organizations include 501(c)(3) type nonprofits and volunteer fire and rescue squads.
1314 - Page 1 Of 1 new jersey School Boards Association believes that Boards of Education, public schools and school. affiliated groups such as ptas, ptos, http://www.njsba.org/members_only/policy_information_systems/policy_procedures_m
Extractions: POSITIONS AND POLICIES ON EDUCATION Fundraising by Outside Organizations FILE CODE NJSBA POLICY POSITION Sale and Use Tax Exemptions The New Jersey School Boards Association believes that Boards of Education, public schools and school affiliated groups such as PTAs, PTOs, booster clubs and other parent and teacher organizations serve a valuable purpose to the school community including fundraising activities that benefit school districts, schools and individual student organizations. These groups should be exempt from the payment of New Jersey Sales and Use tax on purchases and from the collection of New Jersey Sales and Use tax on goods and food sold through the schools by the school district, school or school-affiliated group. Authority: DA 11/00-10 NJSBA ACTION Sales and Use Tax Exemptions The New Jersey School Boards Association supports efforts to make all school-affiliated groups exempt from the payment of New Jersey sales and use tax on purchases. The New Jersey School Boards Association also supports efforts to make all school districts, schools and individual school-affiliated groups exempt from the collection of New Jersey Sales and Use tax on goods and food sold through the schools by the school district
Marlboro Public Schools: Inclement Weather FW4 DW4 HTML WMGQ (98.3 FM), new jersey 101.5 (101.5 FM), and TV news 12 new jersey. Snow Chain. The ptas/ptos have organized a communication http://www.marlboro.k12.nj.us/district/inclement_weather.asp
Extractions: One Session Day/Delayed Opening Schedules Delayed Openings or School Closings . When inclement weather is severe enough to cause a delayed opening or the closing of school for the day, the information will be posted on the district's website. Announcements also will be made on WOR (710 AM), WADB/WJLK (1310 AM), WCTC (1450 AM), WMGQ (98.3 FM), New Jersey 101.5 (101.5 FM), and TV News 12 New Jersey. Early Closings . Occasionally, it becomes necessary, once school is in session, to close before the regular dismissal time. Announcements about early closings will be made on the district's website and the stations listed above. Circumstances for which early dismissal may be required include flooding, lack of heat or water, extremely high temperatures, and sudden or worsening storms. PTA/PTO Snow Chain . The PTAs/PTOs have organized a communication chain of phone calls to parents in order to keep them informed of cancellations, delayed openings, and early closings. Ask your PTA/PTO president for details.
Extractions: All Fundraising Companies Directory Home Free Fundraising Information Index of 100's of Fundraising Products Special Event Fundraiser s American Clothing Recycling Co. [Seymour, Connecticut] Recycling, Special Events CompuThon - SuperThons walk-a-thons. Finally, a better way to raise money for your group! Year after year, schools and youth groups agonize over how to raise money. No door-to-door. No waste or returns. No hassles with collections. No products to buy or deliver. Much less work. More profits for your group. (800-327-0332) [Tampa, Florida] A Nite At The Races [Jupiter, Florida] Wesleyan Thespians - Mystery dinner kits. Can fund raisers be fun raisers Absolutely!! Wesleyan Thespian Mystery Dinner Kits include scripts, clues, solutions and detailed instructions on how to present mystery dinner performances which we would like to share with your church or organization. ( e-mail [Marshfield, Massachusetts] NameBeads International - Over 500 schools in 3 years have conducted this unique fundraiser and you should too. No money upfront. We provide a beautiful full color brochure to help you group sell personalized products. Each item is custom-made with handcrafted ceramic beads that spell out a first name or saying. ( ) [St. Clair, Missouri]
C Ustom T Ailoring Westfield Public Schools ptas. Westfield Public Schools ptos. Westfield Y . new jersey Workshop for the Arts http://www.goleader.com/99may13/3.pdf
Extractions: Full Graphic Version A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, May 13, 1999 Page 3 CYAN YELLOW MAGENTA BLACK Thank You to all of the Volunteers, Contributors, and Participants who helped make the Dance Party Benefit a success! Co-Sponsored by: The Education Fund of Westfield and Ad Space Underwritten by COMCAST@Home Town of Westfield Westfield Fire Department Westfield Police Department New Jersey Army National Guard Westfield Board of Education Westfield Public Schools PTAs Westfield Public Schools PTOs Westfield Y New Jersey Workshop for the Arts The Westfield Leader CompUSA Compaq Computers Bell Atlantic Manny Barreiros Julia Black Betty Born John Castellano Pamela Cooper Emma DiGiralamo Mary Jane Gismondi Eileen Hart Lorre Korecky Diane Mroz Lisel Perselay Elena Schatz Marion Schwartz Denise Shea Eric Shea Mark Walker Sharon Walker Bill Zicker Print Tech The Connell Company United National Bank Merchants of Venice Kings Super Markets The Windmill Restaurant Trader Joes Daka Compass Food Services Michael Kohn Jewelers Pasco Investment Advisors Burton Video Services Rent-Rite Costco Rigo Music Enterprises An independent, co-educational day school for grades PK-12. Introduces students to library skills, music, art, French, science/ technology and physical education at the PK level. Affirms and encourages excellence in
SPAN JOB POSTINGS in support of the State Improvement Plan of the new jersey Department of Identifyparent groups, networks and/or formal organizations (ptas/ptos/HSAs, etc http://www.spannj.org/span_job_postings.htm
Extractions: SPAN Family Resource Specialist, Hudson County Part-Time Parent Support Group Specialists, Full or Part-Time 3-6 Regional Associates As part of SPANs implementation of activities in support of the State Improvement Plan of the New Jersey Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs, SPAN is seeking to hire up to three (3) full-time staff to perform the duties and responsibilities of the Parent Support Group Specialist. Initiating parent support groups in targeted regions where none currently exist. Provide needed support to groups already formed on an ongoing basis . Support may include the provision of workshops on topics identified by the support groups or the specialists. Inform parents about their rights to be involved in educational planning for their child.
The Role Of The PTA - New Jersey - GreatSchools.net many of the same functions as ptas, but operate as are sometimes referred to as ptos(parentteacher and high school information for new jersey public, private http://www.greatschools.net/cgi-bin/showarticle/nj/29/parent
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Start Searching! Michigan PTA. new jersey PTA. Pennsylvania PTA new York State PTA. PTOtoday Magazine PTO today is dedicated to helping parent teacher groups (like ptos and ptas) help http://search.py1.com/Society/Organizations/Education/PTA
VillageWorld.com Of New York No description. new jersey PTA. No description new York State PTA. No description. PTOtoday Magazine. Exclusively focused on the work of school parent groups (ptos, ptas, http://newyork.villageworld.com/Directory/Society/Organizations/Education/PTA
New Jersey School Boards Association In fashioning these policies, consideration should be given to new jersey statutesand Groups such as ptas, ptos, Home and School Associations, citizen groups http://www.njsba.org/members_only/publications/school_leader/marap2.html
Extractions: Synopsis of Services Publications Resources Selected Articles from School Leader As the millennium approaches, New Jersey's public schools find themselves in the throes of a facilities crisis. Growth in student enrollment, expanding technological needs and aging facilities are problems faced by school districts across the state. These problems are not unique to any geographical region or class of school system; they affect special needs, urban, suburban and rural communities alike. Calendar year 1998 saw school boards in New Jersey bring 75 bond referenda before the public for a total of $893.919 million in proposed spending, 45 of which were approved. These numbers are expected to increase in 1999 as school facility needs continue to grow. As more bond referenda are brought before the public, boards of education continue to wrestle with the issue of how to best support their passage. The techniques used by local boards to spark interest and increase voter turnout are as widespread as they are innovative. However, the board's authority to communicate with the voters is not without legal limitations. The purpose of this article is to set forth the legal constraints under which boards of education must operate in addressing their facility needs through passage of a bond referendum. Expenditure of Public Funds The primary constraint on boards of education is in their ability to expend public funds in support of a bond referendum. The leading case on this issue, Citizens to
Funding Opportunities new York, new jersey, and Connecticut) are eligible to apply. Members of ParentTeacher Associations (ptas) or Parent Teacher Organizations (ptos) are also http://tapartnership.air.org/news/5/fund.htm
Get Money For School York tristate area (new York, new jersey, and Connecticut members of Parent TeacherAssociations (ptas) or Parent Teacher Organizations (ptos) are also http://www.robertpruitt.com/get_money_for_school.htm
Extractions: Get Money For School Presidential Freedom Scholarships New York Tri-State McDonald's Restaurants Offer Grants for Parental Involvement in Education Applications Available for 2002 Tylenol Health Education Scholarships American Chemical Society Offers Scholarships to Minority Students in Chemistry and Related Fields ... BP and Dow Chemical Company Announce New Scholarship Program for Process Technology Students Presidential Freedom Scholarships Announced Deadline: June 28, 2002 President Bush announced the Presidential Freedom Scholarships on April 25, 2002. The program updates the President's Student Service Scholarships, which have been awarded to more than 20,000 high school students over the last five years. The Freedom Scholarships will award $1,000 to high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate commitment to responsible citizenship through service. Students must have served at least 100 hours over the past 12 months and must also submit a brief essay on the meaning and significance of their service in light of the events of September 11, 2001. The President said the Scholarships "help us recognize the deep commitment of our young people and encourage them to sustain that passion and dedication through their lifetimes." More information and nomination forms are available at www.nationalservice.org/scholarships
Extractions: What I Know Now Be Cool. Chill Out. Refrigerate Promptly. F or decades, product sales have reigned as the fundraising method of choice for most small non-profit organizations. However, the choice of products available to the fundraising chairperson today has grown exponentially, reading like a What's What in consumer goods. In fundraising drives across the country, the ever-popular candy, magazines and wrapping paper are found alongside everything from non-perishable cheese and sausage to light bulbs, birdseed, fresh fruit, tee shirts and scads of gift items. Now refrigerated and frozen foods - from pizza and cheesecakes to cookie dough - are gaining popularity in the parade of products sold for fundraising purposes. These products bring with them a whole new set of distribution and handling considerations. As a fundraising decision-maker, your primary goal, of course, is to conduct a smooth, profitable fundraiser. But don't lose sight of the fact that the foods sold through a fundraising drive are still intended for people to eat and enjoy, safely. "There's a misperception that foods sold for fundraising purposes are indestructible," reports Jim Messina, a New Jersey-based supplier of frozen foods for the fundraising market. According to Messina and others in the business of manufacturing and distributing frozen cookie dough, cheesecakes, pizzas and other frozen food items, the parameters for preserving these increasingly popular fundraising items are no different from products purchased from the grocer. Tom Lundeen, another frozen food supplier based in Iowa agrees, "When you buy ice cream at the corner supermarket, you don't leave it in the trunk for two days."
Extractions: Newspaper web site content management software and services Letters June 21, 2000 More Letters Headlines Project results in beautiful garden for Marlboro H.S. Recreation lease is burdensome to Covered Bridge Project results in beautiful garden for Marlboro H.S. Often a PTA relies on fund raising to get a project completed. The Marlboro High School PTA tried something a bit different. While we accepted financial donations toward our project, what we came to count on was "people power." The Marlboro High School PTA put in a small garden within the property of the facility, using the courtyard just off Alison Foxs special education classroom. The PTA chose Ms. Foxs class to assist us because we wanted to act as mentors for them. We wanted to let Ms. Foxs kids know we already thought of them as "special" and felt this would be a "gift in progress." Through contributions of money for garden supplies, the PTA, along with many other friends, created a lovely, peaceful place full of beautiful flowers, birdbaths, feeders and houses, garden benches to sit on and, of course, lots and lots of color.
Fundraising Network Directory - Miscellaneous Gives schools, teachers, students, ptos, ptas and parentsfundraisers, in high school,middle school Our candles are handcrafted in our new jersey warehouse. http://www.fundraisingnetwork.org/procontent/Miscellaneoust.shtml
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The Latest PTO/PTA News | PTO Today AUGUST 12, 2002 Interesting news for many, many ptas. Can ptos Do Too Much JUNE 7,2002 new jersey Elementary school holds a special fundraiser to honor some http://www.ptotoday.com/currentnews.html
Liquor License Westfield Council Debate of all the ParentTeacher Associations (ptas) and Parent-Teacher Organizations (ptos). ofScudder Road, Director of the new jersey Workshop for the Arts http://www.goleader.com/97stories/97apr30liquor.htm
Extractions: goleader.com - Union County, NJ Newspapers Intent to Expand Liquor Licensing by Westfield Town Council Draws Strong Dissent from Public Interest Groups By PAUL J. PEYTON Specially Written for The Westfield Leader Also objecting to the change in the town code is the Reverend Darla Dee Turlington, President of the Westfield/Mountainside Ministerium Associates. The ordinance involves restricted liquor licenses as opposed to those that are unrestricted or traditional bar licenses. The town approved the conditional license in the 1960s in an effort to attract restaurants to Westfield. Operators of these establishments say they need a bar area not only to compete with restaurants in town but with establishments out on Route No. 22, as well. Conditional licenses allow for the service of alcoholic beverages at tables in the food service area but do not allow bars. Lounges were added a number of years ago to allow restaurants to serve beverages to patrons waiting for a table for dinner. The ordinance now before the council first came to light last year at the request of an operator in town who holds one of the restricted liquor licenses (defined as restaurant conditional licenses) in town.