PTO Meeting 2-8- 17
General fund $10,721.51 Library fund $452.82 Family Bingo $286.38 profit
Swim Night – Friday - Free to Central Park students.
35 raffle tickets sold – selling at swim night.
$75 total donation from students (last year was $139 total)
Staff can help set up if you would like. Attending the auction will be the greatest way
you can support.
General discussion regarding auction items and getting donations for the live auction
Parent involvement – what do we do?
Mariners offer educator discount game tickets. Discussed the possibility of getting a charter bus
for May 20 th game. We will survey families during conferences to get an idea of interest.
Central Park PTO Meeting 1-11-17
New copy of by-laws was given to those present. Copies are available, ask Shawn.
Family BINGO – January 20th
Auction – Grays Harbor Country Club March 5th 6:00pm, doors open 5:30pm
General Fund $9973.49
Library Fund $384.32
Officers will all be stepping down after this year. Vacancies needed to be filled are: Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and possibly President
Central Park PTO
November 9, 2016
There were 8 people in attendance, six parents and 2 staff members.
Now is the time to start thinking about the auction, scheduled for March 4th. The board has already collected a few donation items. A few of these items are: Museum of Flight tickets, Gift Certificates for Oaksridge Golf Course, Enchanted Forest tickets, and an American Girl. There were a few items donated by vendors at the bazaar.
The bazaar was full and made a total of $931 in profit. This includes the raffle, table fees, and food.
Barb is still looking at a sign for our school. She is looking at ways to get sign sponsorship.
Barb held her Title I/ LAP program parent night at this meeting.
The Kinder Garden is moving forward. Jared Erwin is starting the process to get approval for BSA to have the Kinder Garden his Eagle Scout Project.
The Book Fair was more successful this year than years past. Having the book fair open after the assembly as well as during the bazaar made a huge difference. Thank you to Kelly for all the time she spends on making this a successful event. The CP Library will be getting $600 cash as well as $1,000 Scholastic Bucks.
The group talked about Robo Calls from the school. The parents in attendance like the calls and want them to continue.
Barb talked about having a Cougar’s Den and Reading Nooks in the Library for students to go to as an alternative to outside recess on rainy days.
There was talk about recruiting more parents and having Room Reps (parents) for PTO. The Room Reps would help recruit more volunteers.
PTO will reimburse up to $200 for Reward Bingo prizes.
One parent would love to see an agenda created for the meetings as well as see the bylaws.
PTO Meeting 10/12/16
t-shirt/sweatshirt orders tentative arrival 10/21
$1200 profit on Papa Murphy’s cards – pizza parties for top sellers will be on the 19th
Discussion regarding movie night: Big turnout, sound system not the best. Many kids unsupervised by parents.
Fundraiser Auction will be March 4th - FYI - District master calendar shows auction on 3/10
Discussion regarding an AHS yearbook ad for Central Park high school seniors. Elementary PTO generally pays for the ad for their school. We will purchase half page ad for CP for $170
Book Fair family evening – 5-7pm 11/2
Wish list for teachers: Until we can get AR cost covered via grant money, teacher wish lists are on the back burner for now.
Discussion regarding several grant opportunities that Erin Dilley-Linton will look into writing for us.