Community Service

The Moffett Families support may programs throughout our community... it is a fun and easy way to help out some incredible programs!

Pull-Tabs for Ronald McDonald House

For every 12 pounds of aluminum pull- tabs we donate to the Ronald McDonald House located in Orange, we enable a family to stay for free one night in the house, because they have a sick child who requires hospitalization and ongoing medical treatment. This is something so simple to do, and the impact can be huge!

Spencer's Treasures
This involves donating your child's unopened fast food meal toy so that a hospitalized child or a child undergoing medical treatment may receive a small token at the end of their visit. Spencer Stockton was a 4-year old boy who succumbed to a rare brain cancer. While receiving his treatment for cancer, he would get so excited when his parents bought him a new toy. After Spencer passed away, his mother, Teresa, started collecting toys to fill up treasure chests that were placed in local hospitals so other children could get excited to receive a new toy after their treatments. This is her son's legacy. There was also another boy who died from the same brain cancer who attended Moffett. His name was David Junghans, and there is a bench in memory of him on the front lawn of our school. There is also a metal mustang in the lunch area dedicated to David. His family also spent time in the Ronald McDonald House.
Moffett PTA and Rainbow Disposal have teamed up for another year of recycling. The blue bins in the Meander parking lot are for all things recyclable. Any of the items that you throw in your blue bin at home are welcome in our blue bin as well. The difference is Moffett PTA will receive a check from Rainbow Disposal. So, bring in your newspapers, cans, bottles and any other recyclable material.