Don't be late for a very important date! Follow the rabbit down the hole and get ready to dance the night away! Come participate in what has become an annual night of fun for RECPTA members and supporters.
RECPTA presents “RECPTA Goes Mad for Rosemont” this spring — roll the dice and enjoy a rather curious evening’s escape while raising money to benefit the Rosemont Schools.
There will be hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, dancing, a cigar roller, silent and live auctions and our very own casino to spend your "green." You can also capture a few special shots in the Photo Booth!
Complimentary valet will be available, made possible by our presenting sponsor, Methodist Dallas Medical Center.
It literally takes a village to help make an event like this a huge success. There are lots of one-time volunteer opportunities available for anyone willing to give an hour or two of their time. The auction committee will also need volunteers to help set-up the day of the event as well as assistance during the event itself. If you would like to offer your help with this stellar event, please email us at - email@example.com
You can also ask your company or any business for a donation or sponsorship at any time. Information is available at the Item Donations tab on this page. Know of someone with a vacation home? A performing arts or sporting event season ticket holders? Next time you dine at your favorite eatery, ask them to donate a gift certificate.
Please go to the Event Registration tab to make a credit card donation.
All donations are tax deductible.
Take a tumble into wonderland and don your fanciest Alice in Wonderland ensemble. Whether you show up in your top hat as the maddest of hatters or you spend your evening stealing hearts as the Queen, let your imagination run wild as you follow your fantasies down the rabbit hole on this whimsical night!
In 1926, the parents of North Oak Cliff created the Rosemont Early Childhood PTA (RECPTA) to support each other and improve our community. One of the organization's primary objectives is to build community and support Rosemont Primary, Elementary and Middle School by volunteering and fundraising for the enrichment of the Arts that otherwise would not be made available to its nearly 1,300 Public School students. We believe that Rosemont is a critical part of our community because our children are our most valuable asset and they need our support.
The performing and visual arts play a vital role in developing students’ capacities for critical thinking, creativity, imagination, and innovation. With your support, we can enrich the educational experiences of these students by offering them opportunities to perform, sing, dance and create, that they would likely not experience outside of their public school education.
Rosemont enriches lives on campus as well as at home, making a direct link from parent involvement at home to volunteering in the schools. Rosemont schools have been recognized by the district for having the greatest percentage of new volunteers, utilization of volunteers and highest ratio of volunteers to students. Not only has Rosemont fostered a sense of community in our neighborhood that connects all families, academically, Rosemont Middle School received the highest rating by TEA with seven distinctions. In addition, the primary and secondary campuses each earned 1 distinction from the TEA.