• What does our PTO do for our children, parents, and staff?

    Thanks to your generous support we are able to provide funding for:
     
     
    *      Each teacher $300 to help purchase classroom and educational materials
     

    *      Principals, Teacher aides, custodians, cafeteria staff and school nurses receive a stipend

    *       Outdoor Learning Lab and the Winfield Picnic Shelter to enhance the learning environment for students.

    *     Provide prizes and certificates for classroom “Students of the Month” to help boost student confidence and morale.

    *      Pay the registration fees for Spell Bowl, Math Bowl, Science Olympiad, Geography Bowl, and National Elementary Honor Society.

    *      Provide Family Fun Nights by hosting family friendly events that the families of our students can enjoy.  The organization makes these events economical for families by subsidizing the programs.

    *      Pay for guest authors to visit the school and meet with students.

    *      Provide babysitting at all PTO meetings so that parents can be involved and stay informed about upcoming events. 

    *      Orange juice and pencils are provided to students by the PTO during ISTEP tests.

    *      Red Ribbon Week is funded and staffed by the PTO.  The program educates students about the dangers of drug use and encourages them to stay drug-free.

    *      The memorable 5th Grade Dance for students “graduating” from Jerry Ross is subsidized by the PTO.

    *      Multi-Cultural learning for all grades is funded by the PTO.

    *      Special Person’s Day is organized, staffed and funded by the PTO.  The organization provides invitations and refreshments for the event.

    *      Challenge Day/Field Day is funded by the PTO.  Refreshments and prizes are provided by the organization.

    *      The Accelerated Reading Store is funded by the PTO.  The organization provides funds for books and student incentives.


    The PTO enhances your child’s education experience! 
     

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Last Modified on August 17, 2016