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Welcome to Medina Elementary PTA website!


We want you to enter your yearbook cover drawing in the Annual Yearbook Cover Contest. Principal Hamilton will choose one lucky winner to appear on the cover of the 2015-2016 yearbook. This is a big honor and an awesome way to show off your artistic talent!

This year's theme is: Wide WILD World of Medina Elementary!

Visit the Yearbook program page for all the information you'll need. The Art Room will be open during recesses on Monday, November 30 & Monday, December 7 for all artists to work on entries.

The deadline to submit an entry is Tuesday, December 8.

If you have any questions, please contact Linda Corets.

Have you ordered your yearbook yet? Check under your account information on the Medina PTA website, if there is not an order shown for "Yearbook" then you have not purchased a copy. Click HERE to place an order now.


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Questions about the Medina PTA website? send email to Lucille Tam at

Nov 22
No School - Thanksgiving Break Nov 26-27
No School - Thanksgiving Break Nov 26-27

Thu 11/26 - Fri 11/27
No School - Thanksgiving Break Nov 26-27
No School - Thanksgiving Break Nov 26-27

Thu 11/26 - Fri 11/27
Dec 1
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Magic Season Ice Arena
A Medina Elementary Fundraiser November 27-December 18, 2015 & January 3-10, 2016     View the flyer! ... read full article

Ski Bus
More snow is in the forecast!   If you signed up for Ski Bus or informed us that you are driving up but need to sign up for lessons, you should have received an email with sign-up information a week ago. Please contact us if you did not.   Important - please sign up for lessons by December 1, and get your season pass!!!!   You must have all ski/snowboard equipment with you for each lesson, you cannot rent up on the mountain. In order to make sure your child has all their equipment for the season, here is a ... read full article

Reflections Results
We had a great turn out at the Reflections Art Show to look at the 46 amazing artworks, ranging from film production to literature, music composition to photography and visual art. There were 116 voters who participated to help choose their favorite Reflections entry. The winners from the popular vote are: 1 st place: Hendrik Justus with his artwork, “Hummingbird teaching in Flight” 2 nd place: Peter Lee with his artwork, “The Utopian Greenland” 3 rd place: Kian Baghai with his photograph, “Forever Colorful Trees” Based on their interpretation of the theme, artistic merit, and mastery of medium, the following ... read full article

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Medina Auction - March 5, 2016
Save the Date! March 5, 2016 We will Come Togethe r at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue to celebrate our children, our school, and our community. Now Accepting Procurement Donations. Medina PTA’s biggest fundraising event of the year is rapidly approaching! We are now gathering donations from our parent community. Not sure what to give? Here are some ideas: tickets to any professional sporting event or theatre production, gift certificates to your favorite spa, vacation home stays. Procuring items is easy, fun, and for a great cause. In return for items, businesses appreciate having their name and product in our catalog, ... read full article

Social Emotional Learning
SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING At our PTA meeting on Tuesday, Principal Beth Hamilton shared a great video about social and emotional learning. For those of you who missed it, you can view the slides and video on the PTA website. View the Slideshow here and the Video here. ... read full article

Bellevue Schools Foundation
Bellevue Schools Foundation’s donors bridge the gap between the basic funding provided by the State of Washington and what Bellevue students need to truly excel. Our students here at Medina Elementary enjoy funding from BSF through the STEM for K-5 initiative, VIBES mentors that serve our kids, 16 classrooms that are taught by National Board Certified Teachers, and Enrichment and Innovation Grants. Our funding doesn’t stop here. We provide programs at the middle school and high school level that help our kids prepare for life after school through Social and Emotional Learning initiatives in Middle School, and College and Career ... read full article

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