Parent Teacher League (PTL)
MLS Families

Our Annual Auction was November 3, 2017.

We really do have a great time working to help our school. There are many ways to get involved, whether you only have a few minutes to spare or several hours. Contact a PTL officer today to find out how you can help!

2017-2018 Officers:  
Eddie Gert, President
Suzy White, President Elect
Amie Kern, Vice President
Suzanne Gert, Treasurer/Auction Chair
Stefanie Mason, Secretary

What is PTL?

PTL (Parent / Teacher League) is an organization designed to allow parents and teachers to interact and discuss issues critical to the school. Our focus is on fundraising and coordinating special events that promote cooperation and fellowship between parents and teachers.

How are funds raised?

Funds are raised through annual dues ($10/family), spirit shirt sales, chili cook-off/turkey bingo, Christmas store, and our auction. Last year's auction netted over $9,000! We also coordinate fundraising and supply purchases through the SCRIP program, Buy for Less Tapes for Education, Labels for Education, Target Take Charge of Education, and Box Tops for Education.

How are funds used?

In the last year, PTL has used funds to increase the library collection, to pur- chase teaching supplies for every classrooms, to buy printer cartridges for the library, to pay for the accelerated reader program, to offset the cost of Back to School night, to refurbish the front office, to provide refreshments at field day, to recognize the 8th grade graduates, and to show appreciation to the teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week. We continue to find ways to help the school meet its mission.

Why join PTL?

It is a great way to connect to the school while getting to know other parents and the teachers better. Joining PTL shows you care about making a difference in your child's school while modeling to your children the importance of being involved . It gives you a voice in determining how the funds raised are best spent. Most of all, it's fun!

This year's meetings:

September 7 @ 5:30
October 5 @ 3:50
November 9 @ 5:30
December 7 @ 3:50
February 8 @ 5:30
March 8 @ 3:50
April 5 @ 5:30
May 3 @ 3:50