2018 – 2019 PTO Board
Katie Savastano – President
Trisha Goodwin – Yearbook/Treasurer
Holly Parker – Membership
Carol Clark – Ways/Means
Courtney Fulmer – Secretary
Liz Bretz – Parent Programs
Meredith Moyer – Business Partner Liaison
Fay Corba – Clothes Closet
Stephanie Zimmerman – Faculty Rep
Abby Sexton – Faculty Rep
Scott Lake Elementary PTO uses three methods to communicate information to families:
1. Weekly Email Newsletter- “News From The Nest”
To sign up please email email@example.com to get on the mailing list.
2. “Like” us on Facebook
Scott Lake Elementary PTO – Home | Facebook
Remind is a text messaging app that helps us share updates and reminders. To participate:
-Text @scottlakep to the number 81010; OR
-Go to http://rmd.at/scottlakep to sign up with your computer
The Remind app is used for one-way communication only. You can opt out of text messages anytime by visiting www.remind.com. All personal information is kept private and only used for PTO communication.
Remind, formerly Remind101, is a communication tool that helps teachers reach students and parents where they are.
2017 – 2018 PTO Business Partners
Scott Lake Elementary PTO is excited to launch another year of our SLE-PTO Business Partnership Program. We are enlisting the financial support of area businesses-large and small- to contribute tax-deductible, in-kind donations. The end result is less door-to-door fundraising for our young children and a strong cooperation that is beneficial to our school and partner businesses. The SLE PTO provides a Clothes Closet for students in need and an annual yearbook. We host family activities throughout the year, including musical performances for each grade level. Thanks to great fundraisers and successful Business Partnerships over the last several years, the PTO has been able to upgrade audio-visual equipment in the cafeteria, purchase picnic tables for a new outdoor classroom, provide a subscription to the Brain Pop internet service and provide for teacher requests, grants and needed classroom resources. In addition to providing thousands of dollars in teacher grants, reading materials and agendas for every student, the PTO’s fundraising focus this year will also be on enhancing our school’s audio-visual technology and improving campus safety. All of these services and goals are met by volunteers working hard, but we need the financial backing of our Business Partners. The first place to look for support is within our own Scott Lake community. If you own a business or know someone who does, or simply wish to make an individual in-kind donation, please consider becoming our partner in education. In exchange, our partners will have prominent displays on the school campus and at school events all year. For what a company may spend in advertising for a single month or single publication, our partners will receive incredible, year-round publicity of various kinds proportional to the type of tax-deductible donation they give. What better way to make a significant and immediate impact on our students and in our community!!!! We pledge to support those businesses that so generously support our children!