Old Orchard Elementary Parent Teacher Organization
We are organized for the purpose of supporting the education of our children at Old Orchard Elementary by promoting relationships among the school, parents, and teachers of Old Orchard community.
Becoming a part of PTO is a wonderful way to meet new families, get involved in the school, as well as contributing directly to our children’s education. PTO sponsored events such as fall carnival, variety show and science night with dads, bring our community together. The fundraising efforts of PTO goes directly back to our students. Did you know, each year PTO gifts a large portion of the money raised back to the school? This money pays for 100% of the field trips our kids enjoy as well as helps to purchase new technology, materials, play equipment and much more. All parents of Old Orchard students are invited to attend PTO meetings.
If you would like to learn more about PTO and get updates about PTO events, email us at email@example.com. You can also find out more about upcoming events by following on the OO PTO Facebook Page.
PTO Executive Board
5-28-2020Hello OO Families!The PTO would like to say thank you to those who stepped up to run for the position of Communications Secretary. Voting has now closed and Addie Saucedo has been voted in as our newest PTO Board Member. Something to keep in mind moving forward, we have 3 Board positions that will be vacant after the 2020-2021 school year. So, if you are interested in becoming part of the PTO Board and helping to make Old Orchard great then please reach out, we would love to have several parents shadow our existing Board members so that we can keep the PTO moving forward. Remember, without a PTO Board we would not have events such as Dances, Carnival, Assemblies and biggest of all FIELD TRIPS!!!!Thank you,Your OOPTO
- President- Erin Waldman
- Vice President- Lani Bidwell
- Treasurer- Pattie Rhodes
- Secretary- Dora Wexler
- Parliamentarian - Sachi Yokoyama
- Communication Secretary - Addie Saucedo
Updated 1/23/2020 dlp