Vehicle Safety Lawyer Todd Tracy Featured In The News Media
Tracy Law Firm & WOW VIP Events Sponsor Create-A-Bear Workshop At The Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School in Dallas
Students and parents at the Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School in Dallas made 300 custom teddy bears for the 2019 Christmas holiday.
The event was underwritten by Vehicle Safety Lawyer Todd Tracy and WOW VIP Events to help build a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) at the school.
Medrano which is located near the national headquarters for the Tracy Law Firm and its Vehicle Safety Crash Lab serves more than 500 PreK through 5th-grade students from the surrounding low-income neighborhoods.
In the video below, Principal Mario Mondragón describes the fun and bonding provided by the Create A Bear workshop.
Vehicle Safety Lawyer Todd Tracy Sponsors Dallas School Carnival To Recruit Parents For A New PTO
Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School Launches First-Ever Parent Teacher Organization
Seventy parents have joined a new Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) at Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School spurred to action at a free carnival and a Create-A-Bear Workshop sponsored by Dallas Vehicle Safety Lawyer Todd Tracy and partially underwritten by WOW VIP Events.
The Tracy Law Firm turned the school playground into a sprawling Carnival of Inflatables. The carnival occurred the day before a tornado destroyed five other schools in the Dallas Independent School District.
It succeeded in signing up student’s parents for a new PTO. The Carnival helped the school close in on its goal of recruiting 100 parents for the first-ever Parent Teacher Organization established at Medrano Elementary.
A team of volunteers from the Tracy Law Firm, students from the June Shelton School and Evaluation Center, and WOW VIP Events turned the school playground and classrooms into the equivalent of an amusement and theme park.
Giant inflatable castles, slides, and obstacle courses towered among the trees as students raced through the events.
Some students tried their archery skills at shooting blunt-nosed arrows at targets while others threw rubber hatchets.
Principal Mario Mondragón proved to be a good sport by taking a seat in a dunking booth. Students threw balls at a target that dropped Mondragón into a water tank. In the wake of the event, Mondragón says it helped get the PTO off the ground. “The PTO involves the community in the education of our children. Our teachers make more progress in the classroom when they have a relationship with the parents of their students.”
Tracy brought in food trucks that fed more than 600 parents and students free of charge.
Inside the school, costumed characters greeted the students.
The new PTO has held several fundraising events including popcorn sales. Their first goal is to raise one thousand dollars for the school.