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About the PTO
Families, neighbors, community organizations, and local businesses together strengthen the Ludlow-Taylor community. Family members and neighbors are needed to chaperon field trips, help with FoodPrints, support classroom and specials teachers, share their talents, and celebrate student successes.
About the PTO
The PTO (Parent-Teacher Organization) offers a way for parents to come together to support our school in a variety of ways. The PTO works closely with Principal Smith, Assistant Principal Addison, teachers, and staff to identify needs and find ways to provide appropriate resources.
2018-2019 PTO Welcome Letter (PDF)
There is no fee to join the PTO! If you are a member of the Ludlow-Taylor community, you are a member of the PTO. There are many ways to get involved with the PTO beyond being a member. Whether you have multiple hours or just a few minutes, we need your help! Any time you can provide helps make an impact at the school. To get involved, please fill out our Volunteer Form or contact a committee chair or any member of the Executive Board.
What We Do
The PTO raises funds to provide tools and programs for our teachers and staff and special experiences for all Ludlow-Taylor students.
Through PTO fundraising efforts like the Annual Giving Campaign and the Taste for the Arts Auction, the PTO is able to:
While fundraising is a big part of what we do, it’s not the only thing. Through PTO committees, we also have parents who:
The Ludlow-Taylor Parent Teacher Organization meets periodically for announcements, discussion, and community. PTO meetings are from 6:00–7:00 pm. Pizza and drinks are offered for sale beginning at 5:45 pm in the Rosa Simon Multi-Purpose Room. Free childcare is available for Ludlow-Taylor students beginning at 6:00 pm. See the master calendar for upcoming dates.
The Executive Board manages the PTO and oversees its activities according to the Ludlow-Taylor PTO Bylaws. Each parent or guardian of a Ludlow-Taylor student can elect Executive Board members to serve two-year terms.
2018–2019 EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS:
Lauren McDermott, President
Danielle White, Vice President
Meaghan Jones, Vice President
Erin Johnston, Treasurer
Tom Sellevaag, Assistant Treasurer
Melanie Moore, Secretary
2018–2019 ADMINISTRATION PARTNERS:
Keisha Henderson, Teacher Representative
Andrew Smith, Principal
Kristen Addison, Assistant Principal