January 2019 Meeting Minutes

March 5, 2019

 

January 15, 2019

Harriet Bishop PTO January 2019 Meeting Minutes harrietbishoppto@gmail.com

  1. Meeting was called to order. 13 people were present; everyone introduced themselves

    1. November 2018 meeting minutes were approved

  2. Recap of recent events

    1. Box Tops: raised $320.20 so far! And major contest until 2/22 (before submission deadline of 3/1)

    2. Bingo and Family Game Night: ~20-25 families attended

      • Good turnout (had to get more tables); free snacks included Pirate’s Booty and Sun Chips

      • Recommend PA system next time (a little hard to hear Bingo caller)

    3. Spiritwear Apparel Sale (not tie-dye): waiting on check

      • A lot of work for this service with little profit

      • Perhaps low sales since families can’t see/feel the items before ordering

      • Not as much interest in Blaze gear; tie-dye shirts are more successful

  1. Treasurer’s Update

    1. Possible funding of a larger project (i.e. playground, outdoor classroom)

      • Mr. Essay gathering staff input on what they want for the building and looking for common feedback among the grade levels

      • PTO cannot fund staff positions or stipends for certain activities (i.e. student council, orchestra)

    2. Schwan’s Campaign program will end on 4/30/2019 (we’ve already raised $996!)

    3. Paid for Artist in Residence supplies, book grant (pass through), and some teacher grants

  2. Volunteer Coordinator Update

    1. Still have many open team lead positions

      • Staff appreciation week of ⅚

      • BOGO Book Fair in May needs help! (thanks Christie Hagemann for leading)

      • Help Tien with landscaping - possible family fun night?!

      • HORNET HOP - existing team has dissolved but has detailed notes and tasks regarding how to run the event (James Palmer willing to be part of planning team of 2-3 more people)

      • YEARBOOK - need a sales lead, creative lead to make the yearbook, and photographers (perhaps a photographer for each grade level to split up the work) (thanks current lead Gretchen Graham)

  3. Other PTO Business

    1. Read-a-thon: *Dive into Reading* (thanks Katie Fisher, Melissa Maggio, and Keralyn Powers)

      • meeting with teachers for input, corporate sponsors for prizes (over $1,000 donated), both individual and community incentives with weekly prize drawings

    2. March PTO meeting = Jacob Wetterling Resource Center Presentation!

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