PTO Facts & Myths
Myth: Volunteering for the PTO takes too much time
FACT: Only YOU can decide how much time you can give.  Even if you can only help at one event or handle one task per year, it would be greatly appreciated

Myth: PTO volunteers need to be at the school during the day
FACT: Much of the PTO work can be done from home on your own schedule or at events at night or weekends.  Yes, there is volunteering during the school day if you are able to do it.   But no one does it all, so choose what works best for you.

Myth: The PTO has the same volunteers every year and everyone knows each other.
FACT: While we are fortunate to have dedicated volunteers who return, we also welcome new ones every year.  We do strike friendships and enoy getting to know one another, but we are alway looking for new volunteers and friends.

Myth: The PTO is all set with their activities and events for the year
FACT: Each year, the PTO brings back favorites and tries new activities, fundraisers and events.  Those new ideas come from volunteers.  While we try to plan ahead, there's still plenty of time to do even more for the students and school each year.