What is the PTO?
We are an organization of parents, grandparents, Pepin family members, teachers, and staff all working together to support our school and students. We are the first step to becoming involved in your child’s school. We strive to build a strong partnership between families, teachers, and staff to provide our students the best possible learning experience and maybe even a few fun memories to take with them along the way.
What does the PTO do?
Our goal is to make sure that our students, teachers, and staff have what they need to make each year the best it can be. PTO is leading events geared toward building a sense of community within our school, fundraising for our school’s needs, and providing a welcoming educational environment. From monthly teacher appreciation activities to our yearly school improvement projects and various volunteer events in between there are plenty of ways for you to be involved. We all have something to give and we are here to work together to make sure our teachers and students have what they need to do their best work.
Who can join the PTO?
Any family member of a Pepin student, Pepin teachers and Pepin staff members.
When does the PTO meet?
We currently meet one Friday a month. Meeting dates and times are sent home in the weekly newsletter.
2019-2020 Meeting Dates:
How do I join?
We’re glad you asked, joining the PTO is easy. You can visit our table at Open House and sign up, or just attend any of our monthly meetings. Can’t make a monthly meeting? That’s ok too, just contact one of our PTO board members and we will make sure you are added to our email list so you won’t miss out on our news and volunteer opportunities.
We hope you will all consider becoming a part of Pepin’s PTO and we are looking forward to all that we can accomplish together.
2019/2020 PTO Board members
Robert Brooks – President (email@example.com)
Suzie Houck – Treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Beth Wolfgang – Secretary (email@example.com)
Christina Diaz – Staff Liaison (firstname.lastname@example.org)