FATE PTO

 


FE LogoFort Edward Union-Free School District

Parent-Teacher Organization

Our PTO is a formal organization composed of parents, teachers, and staff whose intention is to facilitate parental participation in a public school.

At the local level, the goal of all parent-teacher groups is to support their schools, encourage parent involvement, support their teachers and organize family events.

We encourage every family to join PTO and get involved and help make our school the best that it can be!


** All residents of the Fort Edward School District are welcome to join the PTO! **

Whether you are a parent of a student or a graduate, a teacher, an alumni, or a Fort Edward resident, all are welcome!

We also encourage our high school students to volunteer and give back to the school and community.

You choose your participation level and we'll find a perfect fit for you!

We meet in the school cafeteria the 2nd Thursday of every month at 5:30 pm:


2017-18 School-Year Meeting Dates:
September 14th
October 12th
November 9th
December 14th
January 11th
February 8th
March 8th
April 12th
May 10th
June 14th

Important Events:
Picture Day: TBD
Halloween Festival for grades Pre-K through 3: October 27th 6p-7:30p
Picture Re-take Day: TBD
Christmas Shop: In-school December 6th, 7th & 8th 2:30p-3:30p
Parent Date Night: Friday February 9th grades Pre-K through 3 6p-7:30p

To find out more, email us at: PTO@fortedward.org or leave a message at: (518) 747-4529 ext. 6830


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Our events are not possible without volunteers!

Chaperones and help to set-up & clean-up are always needed!



Notice to parties asking for donations from PTO, monetary or otherwise:

Requests for monetary or other donations of goods or time, must be submitted in writing, at minimum of one month in advance. This will allow us to review your request as a group at our next meeting. It is highly encouraged that any requester attend the meeting prior to their request and address the group in person.

Due to our own fundraising limitations, we will honor one request per group, per school-year. All requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis and are subject to review by all of the officers and the participating members.

Please submit inquiries to the group for review at our next meeting at: PTO@fortedward.org

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