What is the PTA? The PTA is a collective of parent volunteers, teachers, staff, and administrators who work together to create programs and opportunities that enrich the entire ECLC community through volunteering and fundraising.
Who is on the current board?
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When does the College Heights Board meet?
The current board meetings are held once a month.
What types of programs does the PTA support? The PTA is responsible for planning and implementing major school events including the Fall Festival and the Yearly Auction. Funds raised at events are used to:
- Support our Teachers – by providing supplies and professional development opportunities
- Support our Children – by providing enrichment programs like yoga, art, and music for the entire school, funding pre-K field trips, and providing funding for school technology.
Visit our Programs page to see what we are doing this year.
Why should I join the PTA? By joining the PTA you are both supporting the PTA efforts financially and showing support for parent-staff collaboration at College Heights.
Why should I volunteer for PTA activities? Because we need you! Each year at College Heights is a unique time in our young children’s lives. Special development and enrichment opportunities provide a lifetime of memories and a foundation for learning. By participating in PTA activities you can become a part of shaping your child’s experience, meet more parents, and collaborate with the outstanding staff we have at ECLC
What can I expect as a volunteer? The PTA knows that we are busy parents of young children with many commitments. PTA volunteer opportunities are designed with this in mind. Collaboration and sharing of tasks is paramount so that everyone can contribute at their own comfort level.
What is involved in PTA Committee Work? PTA committees are responsible for planning major ECLC events and helping organize volunteers. Roles range from oversight and planning, to working 30 to 60 minute shifts on the day of the event.