Woodland Elementary PTO
Like us on Facebook @ Woodland Elementary PTOGeneral Mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lora Davis, President
Email: email@example.com Phone: 315-447-8113
Jade Merkel, Vice President
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 315-247-9264
Leadership Members: Megan Riccardi, Erin Pease, Megan Perrault
The above links/email addresses are provided for information and convenience only. The PTO email accounts and Facebook pages are not under the jurisdiction of the ESM School District and the District is not responsible for their content.
PTO Meetings: Please consider joining us for PTO meetings. Find them on the Woodland Calendar (please note dates may change… be on the lookout for PTO flyers around these dates)
Purpose: The purpose of the PTO is to provide innovative programs which enhance the quality of education through extended learning opportunities within the Woodland Elementary School. We do this through many facets such as:
- Promoting Woodland Elementary's educational programs through educational performances, community services and other family events and activities.
- By raising funds primarily used to enhance the programs, events and projects of the Woodland Elemenatry School from, among other sources, donations by business organizations, corporations, foundations and individuals, and by fund-raising events.
- To serve as agent for donors who would like to sponsor projects and events for the Woodland Elementary School.
- And by making gifts and donations to the Woodland Elementary School, consistent with the purposes of the PTO.
Explanation of PTO Activities: Fundraising profits support PTO activities such as the Reading Incentive Program, Learning Fair, Visiting Author, Family Holiday Event, Bingo and Play Day. These activities make the school year special for your child. The PTO has also purchased items for the children to use and enjoy at school. The PTO welcomes new ideas for activities for the children. We urge you to be involved and to participate in these activities with your child. When parents are involved, children do better in school, achieve better grades, have higher test scores and have fewer behavioral issues.