• E.H. Phillips PTO 
    PTO
     Contact: ehp.pto@gmail.com

    PTO Officers:

    President:  Casey Smith

    Vice President:  Andrea Hinz

    Treasurer:  Laurie Watson

    Secretary:  (Vacant)

    Teacher Representative: Monica Knoll

     

    Who we are:

    The PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) is a volunteer organization that supports the student and staff of E.H. Phillips Elementary in a variety of ways including funding activities, community outreach, fundraising, and having fun. 

    What we do:

    Although fundraising is a big part of what we do, we also need to spend the money we raise!  Breakfast buddies, family fun nights, movie nights, teacher appreciation, field trips, buying books for the library and book vending machine, the “Brain Show” assembly, and classroom/playground enhancement requests are only a few of the ways we help our school.
     
    When we meet: 
    We meet at 6:30 pm in the school library or Zoom on the second Tuesday of every month. 
     
    2023-2024 Meeting Dates
    Tuesday, September 12th
    Tuesday, October 17th
    Tuesday, November 14th
    Tuesday, December 12th
    Tuesday, January 9th
    Tuesday, February 13th
    Tuesday, March 12th
    Tuesday, April 9th 
    Tuesday, May 14th

    Why we need you:

    Volunteers are the heart of our organization!  Please consider contributing your skills and talents, whatever they might be, to support our amazing school.  By completing and returning the membership form (which can be found in the main office), you are giving us permission to keep you up-to-date with volunteer opportunities, upcoming events, and other fun tidbits during the school year.  You also may include a tax-deductible contribution that help keep our programs going.  We encourage you to attend our meetings (second Tuesday of every month) to gain a true understanding of all that we do for our school.  Membership does not require you to attend every meeting and you do not need to be a member to go to the meetings. We welcome anyone, including parents, grandparents, guardians and community members.

    What you need:

    Everyone hoping to volunteer with our organization must obtain a Central Dauphin School District volunteer badge.  Most of the process to gain the required clearances takes place on-line.  Please access the Central Dauphin School District Visitor and Volunteer information and instructions here.