Get Involved

Research shows that when parents are involved in their children's education, the children are more likely to:

  • Earn better grades
  • Score higher on tests
  • Pass their classes
  • Attend school regularly
  • Have better social skills
  • Show improved behavior
  • Be more positive in their attitude toward school
  • Complete homework assignments
  • Graduate and continue their education
source: ptotoday.com

In addition to volunteering and coming to PTO Meetings there are other ways to get involved:

Donations: The PTO is always working hard to solicit donations and it takes a lot of time and effort. The more people who can reach out to community businesses, the more the PTO can offer at events such as the Parents Night Out. The PTO also takes donations for supplies for the pancake breakfast and fun fair. This is something that the PTO would like to have volunteers for year round. This type of work is flexible and can be done from home.

Chairperson: Events and fundraisers cannot be held without a chairperson. While the Executive Board has taken these chair positions when necessary or possible, it is critical that volunteers other than Executive Board members coordinate and oversee large events and fundraisers.