Monies earned will also enable the PTA to fund teacher and grade level stipends, and library and technology support, as well as reading and math incentive programs.
To make a donation, visit towpta.org or e-mail Betsy Mackel at email@example.com.
Internet seminar for parents
Parents are invited to a free presentation on Internet awareness from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Laguna Beach High School Library, 625 Park Ave.
Victor Guthrie, school district director of technology, and Mark Wagner, president of the Educational Technology and Life Corporation, will lead the presentation, “What You Need to Know to Keep Your Child Safe.”
Topics include the proper use of technology at home and in school, monitoring children’s use of technology, safeguards to ensure proper use of technology, protocols for social networking, and steps to make Internet surfing safer for kids.
The Laguna Beach Community Coalition is sponsoring the event. The coalition includes a broad cross-section of the community and develops prevention/intervention strategies and comprehensive, coordinated policies and services to reduce substance abuse and related problems.
For more information, call Assistant Principal Robert Billinger at (949) 497-7750, ext. 201.
Fun Family Day set at Sawdust
The Sawdust Art Festival will celebrate the 25th annual Imagination Celebration and second Creatively Fun Family Day in collaboration with Arts Orange County from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 17 on the festival grounds, 935 Laguna Canyon Road.
The event will feature a variety of hands-on fine art and craft projects, demonstrations, information displays and entertainment, presented by various community and Sawdust artists, and local nonprofit groups.
New to this year’s event is live entertainment, which includes alternative country rock band, City Country City, 16-member band ensemble, Swing Set Too and special musical guests, the Sharp Brothers.