Executive PTA Board Contact List
PTA President – Sarah King email@example.com 970-985-1849
Pres. Elect – Katie Hanson firstname.lastname@example.org 443-542-8640
Treasurer – Melissa Ray email@example.com 801-430-2885
Secretary – Alison Brown firstname.lastname@example.org 541-401-5530
Membership VP – Erin Riching email@example.com 801-836-1710
Legislative VP – Shanell Day firstname.lastname@example.org 385-424-5939
Public Relations VP – Becky Rigby email@example.com 801-389-9282
Admin. VP – Rachel Alberts firstname.lastname@example.org 801-402-8752
Teacher VP – Lesli Schott email@example.com 801-402-8750
Ribbon Weeks -- Melanie Hoth 435-764-3084
Book Fair -- Katie Hanson
Birthday Table -- Kasana Urry
Why should I join PTA?
PTA offers all parents and caregivers the opportunity to be engaged in their child's potential. Being a member of PTA means that you are part of a powerful association and action plan that is focused on programs and initiatives that strengthen your child's education. PTA membership and dues support your child by funding essential educational and curriculum needs; advocating on behalf of children and educators at the local, state and national levels; and building an inclusive school community for all families. Join PTA for your child because increasing our membership, even by one, makes it possible to provide important educational resources, speak up on important issues and create a stronger school community.
Does PTA membership require volunteering and attending meetings?
The only thing required of you to be a member of PTA is to pay the annual membership dues. Beyond that, however you choose to PTA is up to you. PTA offers all parents and caregivers the opportunity to be engaged in their child's potential. From volunteering at school events to participating in local, state and national advocacy efforts to holding PTA leadership roles - the level of involvement is up to you. There is no wrong way to PTA!
How much time do I have to commit to being a member of PTA?
Membership in PTA can involve as much or as little time as you have to offer. There is no wrong or right way to be involved - anything you can give, whether it's time or money, will support your child's potential.