Mitchell School PTO
The Mitchell Elementary School PTO is a volunteer nonprofit organization with a 501(c)3 status that endeavors to enrich each student’s educational experience. We seek to develop a closer connection between school and home, which includes fostering relationships among parents, teachers and administrators. Educating children is a multifaceted responsibility; we can all shape their futures in positive ways, and working together allows us to achieve more for them.
The PTO operates solely on monies raised by members of the MES community - through fundraisers, no cost fundraisers and donations. That money goes toward providing assemblies, enrichment opportunities, community events as well as into the cost of operating a 501(c) 3 PTO at MES.
The Mitchell PTO also hosts Family Fun events like the Hot Dog Roast, Monster Mash Halloween Dance and Family Paint Night, funds the Mitchell School Field Day event, and helps to provide Mitchell community building opportunities.
We're grateful for the support and volunteerism that you provide throughout the year. In addition to your participation in the events and fundraisers listed on this website, we hope that you can attend some of our monthly meetings. Your involvement matters at home and in our community.
- Meeting Dates 2018-19
- Board and Committees
- PTO Flyers & Volunteer Sign Ups
- Calendar of Events
- PTO Information Packet & Forms
- Agendas and Minutes
- MES PTO, Inc. Bylaws
March 12th-8:30am-9:30am - Budget
April 9th-6:30pm-7:30pm - Nominations
May 14th-8:30am-9:30am- Elections
Treasurer Reports are available at each PTO Meeting
The MES PTO has ongoing fundraising opportunities with our No Cost Fundraising initiatives. The programs include rewards programs at Stop n Shop. Shop Rite, Target and Walmart along with the National Box Tops and Labels For Education programs and locally the LaBonne's receipts. Additionally, the MES PTO conducts 2 clothing drives per year.
If you have any questions, please contact Jessie Lynch, the No Cost Fundraising Coordinator.
- September 11, 2018