Find Deals, Sell Stuff at Junk in the Trunk on April 21

Heights Park Neighborhood Association is steering a fun spring sale — Junk in the Trunk. The first-time event will be from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 21, in the Heights Elementary parking lot.

Neighbors who reserve a spot will be selling an assortment of items — from the trunks of their cars and alongside them — in assigned parking spaces at the elementary school.

The cost to sell items is $10 per car. Proceeds will benefit the Heights Elementary PTA. Email contact@heightspark.com to reserve your spot today. Only 20 spots are available, so spin your wheels fast.

Recycle Your Electronics on Oct. 19 at Heights Elementary

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Donated items can be damaged, working or not functioning.

Heights Elementary PTA will accept a variety of electronics during its Recycling Drive from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19. The sale of the donated items will go toward planting a tree at the school.

Donated items can be damaged, working or not functioning.

The list of items include:

Computers

Desktops, laptops, servers, LCD monitors, keyboards, mice, speakers and all other computer components.

Cameras

Video and all non-disposable film and digital cameras.

Office equipment

Fax machines, typewriters, inkjet cartridges, printers, scanners, routers, shredders and copiers.

Portable electronics

Cellphones, GPS devices, calculators, portable CD and DVD players, PDAs, and MP3 players.

Video games

Video game systems and accessories.

Entertainment electronics

Car and home audio equipment, satellite and cable boxes, VCRs, DVD players and recorders, headphones, and multimedia projectors.

Home and garden

Air purifiers, baby monitors, vacuum cleaners, power tools, electric razors and sewing machines.

Heights Elementary School Is Raising Funds to Benefit Students, Programs

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A strong school like Heights Elementary School makes our neighborhood stronger. And a strong neighborhood like Heights Park makes a school stronger.

Located at the corner of Belt Line and Floyd, Heights Elementary opened in 1956, the same year many of our homes were built. It plays an important role in our neighborhood. Whether you are a Heights Elementary parent or taxpayer, the school is part of all our lives. And the school needs our support.

The Heights Elementary PTA is launching its Heights Community Campaign fundraiser on Sept. 18. Running through Oct. 20, the campaign will help finance Heights PTA operations for the upcoming year. The goal is to raise $10,000 (equivalent to $20 per student). One-hundred percent of your donation benefits students and 100 percent is tax-deductible.

Donations will help fund student programs, curriculum enrichment, learning support and subsidize the STAR Teacher Fund. Funds also will help cover items such as school supplies, field trip expenses and books.

Payment Options
1. Cash or checks (please include driver’s license number and email on your check) can be mailed to:

RHE PTA, Attn. Heights Community Campaign
101 N Floyd Road
Richardson, TX 75080

2. Donate online via PayPal at rhepta.org/fundraising.html. Click the “Donate” button and be sure to include your name in the “Special Instructions” section.

To learn more about Heights PTA, please visit us at rhepta.org or email Lana Shvarts at CommunityCampaign@rhepta.org.