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Parent Teacher Group (PTG)

By organizing various events, fundraisers, and volunteer opportunities, the PTG creates an inclusive and engaging environment for everyone. It provides a platform for parents to actively participate in their child's education, contribute ideas, and build relationships with fellow parents, teachers, and administrators. We invite you to join our PTO and become part of this dynamic partnership that works together to support and enrich the educational journey of our students.

PTG Frequently Asked Questions

You are invited and welcome to attend any or all monthly PTG meetings! There's no better way to find out what's going on at our school or to find out how you can be more involved in your child's education. We love to see new faces and hear new voices!

Thank you! We appreciate your dedication to our students and staff.

What does it take to be in the PTG?

Anyone who has a student who attends our school is automatically a member of the PTG! There are no fees, no commitment, and no prior experience necessary!

Do I have to attend EVERY meeting if I attend ONE meeting?

No! You can come to any or all meetings that work for you.

What happens at a PTG meeting?

We hear about PTG financials, get updates about school happenings, learn what's going on in classrooms from grade-level teachers and specialists, and sometimes we even have exciting guest speakers!

What is the purpose of the PTG?

The purpose of the PTG is to work with parents, teachers, and staff to enhance the student educational experience. The PTG organizes fundraisers and events to raise money to benefit students. The money raised goes directly back to kids in the form of classroom materials, field trips, school assemblies, and more. PTG members make decisions on how to best allocate funds.

Why should I get involved in the PTG?

  • Get to better know your child's teacher, our principal, and connect with other parents.
  • Learn more about the school.
  • Help make decisions that affect your school and your child.
  • Research shows that parent involvement greatly affects the success rate of students in a positive way.
  • IT'S FUN!