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Our mission

Encourage the partnership between parents and teachers for the benefit of our children.

PTO stands for Parent-Teacher Organization, consisting of parents and teachers working together to support and enrich all students. We support school staff, help promote student self-esteem, and assist in efforts to solve school needs through volunteering and funding.

PTO officers

President: Krysti Yuen

Vice President: Melissa Steinman

Treasurer: Jessica Cicora

Secretary: Wendy Gerlach

What is the PTO and who can be a member?

The PTO is made up of several officers: President, Vice President, Treasurer, and not to mention our wonderful school staff and volunteers. So, who can be a member? If you’re a father, mother, protector, guardian, and/or a person who teaches or instructs at Meadowlark, we would like you to become a member.

PTO fundraising

Our primary objective as a PTO is to provide our school with funds, programs, resources, and services that will enrich and maximize the education of every child and to benefit the school. To meet this important objective, we fundraise. Fitness for Funds is our sole fundraiser with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Meadowlark!

Become a volunteer

Why YOU should get involved!

As you can see, we are a small and busy group. This is where you can come in! We need your help, and so do your child(ren). A special thanks to all of our volunteers from last year for all their hard work and dedication. Here at Meadowlark, we strive for excellence and what better way than to become involved today. We are in need of growth and are seeking volunteers to continue re-establishing the organization. We have planned some exciting events this year in hopes to get more parents involved in their children’s education. The PTO is a team effort in which we cannot succeed on our own.

PTO committees

If you are interested in a committee, please email Krysti Yuen or send the PTO a message on their Facebook page.

Committee Description
Welcome Wagon Welcome back breakfast for teachers and staff on one of their first two in-service days. Organize something to welcome Kindergarten parents during testing days.
T-Shirts Help design, order, and sell T-shirts at the beginning of the year.
Helping Hands Greeting kids and helping get to class. Helping check kids getting on the bus during the first week of school.
Room Parents Find room parents for each class, give reminders and guidance during the year to the room parents.
GAD Parade Send in registration for the parade, help promote the parade and student involvement, make up candy bags and pass out parade day.
Family Fun Nights/BINGO Night Plan nights, and be at the events to help coordinate.
Conference Meals Organize a meal sign-up for teachers on conference day.
Staff Birthdays Getting a cake each month to celebrate teacher and staff birthdays.
Staff Appreciation Week Help organize some fun things for teachers during this week.
Food Drive Coordinate with Food Bank and 5th grade teachers to collect non-perishables.
Holiday Staff Meal Organize catered meal for staff in December.
Music Programs Work with music teacher to make programs, create decorations, be available for rehearsals and show times to help back stage.
Fitness for Funds  
Fitness for Funds Organize, send out letters, collect and county money, etc.