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Executive Board and Committee Chairs: 2020-2021

Co-Presidents       Terri Evans & Chrissy Graszer
Vice President Jenny Pabich
Secretary Jackie Schneider
Treasurer Regan Anstine

Please email an executive board contact to get connected with one of our committee chairs. We would love to hear from you if you have questions, comments, or are interested in helping throughout the year. Thank you for your support!

Committee Name Chairperson/Co-Chairs
Fall Fundraiser (Boon Supply) Tiffany Malik
Adult Social vacant
Box Tops Summana Kazmi
Dough Raising Hiranmayi Vijay
Fall Photography Event

Kerri Bradley

Apparel/Spirit Wear  Shelby Stewart
Ice Cream Social Guarav Srivastava
PTA Reflections Jodee Potter
Art Awareness Christine Estacio & Swati Mehta
STEM Night/Science Fair Sarah Strode & Rachel Elliot
Multicultural Night Kinjal Shah
Tile Night Marissa Kopp
Bingo for Books Summana Kazmi & Nilofar Shaikh
Spring Fling Kathy Vice & Luciana Rodriguez
Community Service Linda Hammond
Hospitality Courtney Barenbrugge & Shannon Rentmeester 
School Supplies Tracy Sluciak
LMC Representative Luciana Rodriguez
Photography Beth Mallet
Sign Specialist Bonny Czerkies
Health and Safety

Sandy Schimpf, Guarav Srivastava, & Rachel Elliot 

SunshineRavi Viswanatthan


IPEF RepresentativeKomal Pitre
IPPC Representative
Kathy Dunn & Leigh Ann Haller
IPSN Liaison
PDAC LiaisonKinjal Shah

PTA Calendar

2021-2022 Events and General Meetings

August 2021

Aug 5th – New Student Orientation/Kindergarten Picnic 

Aug 17th – Ice Cream Social (2:30-4:30 p.m.) 

Aug 26th – PTA Meeting (7:00PM)

September 2021 

Sept – Fall Photography Event 

Sept - Fall Fundraiser

Sept 30th – PTA Meeting (7:00PM)

October 2021

Oct –  Red Ribbon Week

Oct 20th – STEM Night/Science Fair (6:00-8:00)

Oct 28th – PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

November 2021

Nov 3rd – Bingo for Books (6:30-8:00) 

Nov 17th– PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

December 2021

January 2022 

Jan 13th – PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

Jan 27th – Tile Night (6:00-8:00)

February 2022 

Feb 24th – PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

March 2022 

Mar 18th – Spring Fling (5:00-8:00) 

Mar 24th – PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

April 2022 

  Apr 22nd Multicultural Day (Time TBD)

  Apr 28th – PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

May 2022 

May 26th – PTA Meeting (Time TBD)

All events are subject to change due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Depending on guidance provided by the district, school and other relevant entities, events are subject to cancellations, postponements, or changes in format in which it occurs.

  • PTA General Meetings are held monthly. We will start the school year by meeting remotely via Zoom at 7PM. The Zoom link will be sent out 1-2 days in advance to the meeting. Should we transition to or hold in-person meetings at any point in the school school year, we will communicate that accordingly. Typically in-person meetings are held in the Multi-Purpose Room (cafeteria) at 9:30AM. 


  • Dough Raising nights, health & safety activities, and other service events will be  announced throughout the year! 

  • We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas at an upcoming PTA Meeting, and you may always contact  at with questions or comments.

Forms and Links




Art Awareness

The following files are all Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, unless otherwise specified.


What is Reflections?

Reflections program is run by the National PTA. It is set up for students to express their creativity through Dance Choreography, Music Composition, Literature, Art, Photography and Film Production. Each year, the PTA Reflections Program challenges students to create art inspired by a specific theme.  

The PTA Reflections Program is designed to enhance a quality arts education by providing an opportunity for students to explore their artistic talents and receive positive recognition for their efforts. In its over 40 year history, the Reflections Program has encouraged millions of students across the nation and in American schools overseas to explore their artistic talents. It provides an opportunity for students to express themselves creatively and receive positive recognition for their artistic efforts. Supporting the Reflections Program is one way you can promote the arts in your home, your school, and your community.

Participation Process:

Students participate in the Reflections Program by submitting entries at school. One or more entries can be submitted by each child in one or more of the six categories which include: Visual arts, Photography, Literature, Music Composition, Dance Choreography, and Film Production. The entries are judged on Originality, Creativity, Artistic Merit and Expression of the theme. About 5 entries in each category will be chosen from all entries in the two Grade Divisions.

The Divisions for are as follows:

  • Primary: K to Grade 2
  • Intermediate: Grades 3 to 5
  • Special Artists: Ungraded

Our Reflections program is structured to recognize students at the local, Council, District, State, and National Levels. Even if a student’s entry doesn’t advance beyond the school level, each child will be awarded a certificate and will have an opportunity for “Breakfast with the Principal, as an appreciation for their effort.

“An idea always starts with a rough sketch. Start somewhere and more ideas will follow.”


The 2021–2022 Reflections theme is "I Will Change the World By...".


Students(from Kindergarten to Grade 12 in different grade divisions) can submit their completed works of art in one or all of the available arts categories: DanceChoreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, andVisual Arts.


Please click on the link below for more information and to submit your artwork:




Commonly Accessed Links and Info for Students, Parents and Community