What is PTO?
PTO stands for Parent-Teacher Organization. The organization consists of parents and teachers working together to support and enrich all students. The PTO supports school staff, helps promote student self-esteem, and assists in efforts to solve school needs through volunteering and funding.
Who can be a member?
The PTO is made up of a team of coordinators, our wonderful school staff, parents/guardians and volunteers. So, who can be a member? If you're a father, mother, protector, guardian, and/or a teacher or instructor at Eisenhower, we would like you to be involved.
PTO Programs & 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 benefit the school. To meet this important objective, we fundraise. Here are a few programs that we sponsor and/or support: Book Fair, Red Ribbon Week, Family Fun Nights, Skating Week, Read Across America Week, Teacher/Staff Appreciation, Field Day, and various other activities throughout the year.
Our PTO has made many improvements to the school throughout the years. In the past we have purchased a rock wall in the gym and wireless keyboards in the classroom. We would like to support our school this year by continuing to purchase the computer programs Study Island and Reading Eggs, as well as provide a new program called Math Seeds.
Ways to get involved
Attend quarterly PTO meetings
Sign up for volunteer opportunities or consider being a Homeroom Parent.
Donate needed items to our classrooms.
Participate in fundraising opportunities
PTO Meeting Dates
*All meetings in Foyer unless otherwise noted.
Thursday, September 7, 8 a.m.
Thursday, November 9, 8 a.m.
Thursday, January 11, 8 a.m.
Thursday, April 5, 8 a.m.