The Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is comprised of parent volunteers who work in coordination with the Preschool's administration, teachers, and families to enhance the education of students by supporting programs and events, assisting teachers and staff, and fundraising. A membership fee is not charged. PTO meets monthly and is comprised of the following board positions and committees:

President - Manages monthly committee head meetings, coordinates schedule, supports other committee heads.

Cultural Awareness* - Arranges for guest speakers, eithger from preschool parents or community members, to speak on a particular culture or career.

Family Support - Coordinates meals or other types of support to the families of preschool staff/students during a significant event such as the birth of a child.

Preschool Playdates* - Organizes playgroups throughout the school year, allowing classmates to play outside of school AND for parents to get to know one another.

Fundraising* - Manages fundraising efforts to support Teacher Appreciation and the Capital Improvements Fund. Organizes the spring Bake Sale and Silent Auction, which benefits the Scholarship Fund for preschool families in financial need. 

Library* - Collaborates with teachers, promotes early literacy skills, purchases new library materials, and maintains the library collection and catalog.

Parents' Lunch Out - Organizes fun, monthly lunches at restaurants so Preschool parents can get to know one another.

Teacher/Staff Appreciation* - Coordinates and delivers staff/teacher birthday gifts throughout the year and organizes Teacher Appreciation Week events in the Spring.

*These board positions are supported through the help of committee members.

Interested? Please join us for our monthly PTO meetings at 9:15am in the downstairs conference room (across from the church office).

Meeting dates for the 2016-2017 school year are Sept 12, Oct 17, Nov 14, Feb 6, Mar 13, and Apr 24. All Preschool Parents are welcome! No membership fee is charged.

Contact Kelley Waldman, PTO Co-President, at with questions.