Parent Teacher Organization
Our Alpharetta Presbyterian Parent-Teacher Organization is organized for the purpose of enhancing our children’s overall school experience by fostering strong relationships between parents and teachers through solid program support and open line communication, leading to more effective instruction and a better learning environment throughout the school year.
- Maintain a welcoming environment for all parents, students, and teachers.
- Create fun volunteer opportunities for parents that will enable them to better understand their child’s school experience.
- Raise funds for the activities planned and to supplement school needs for equipment and supplies.
Each year the PTO raises money with the following activities:
“A Little Goes a Long Way" Fundraising Drive — Each family is asked to provide startup costs for the PTO by donating at the beginning of each year.
Chick-fil-A Lunches — Children have the opportunity to purchase a Chick-fil-A lunch delivered right to their classroom.
High Five Canvas Art — A framed canvas art project will be available in the spring to purchase as a fundraiser to support the planned activities.
Our PTO events are an integral part of our school and culture. Look for the following events on our school calendar every year.
- Teacher Welcome Back Breakfast — We want our teachers to know how excited we are for the new school year!
- Parent Welcome Back Coffee — We want to give parents an opportunity to volunteer for activities and to ask questions.
- Pumpkin Carving Contest — The PTO provides classroom pumpkins to carve.
- Santa — Each year the children enjoy a visit from Santa.
- Tiny Town — The children and parents experience a town with child sized store fronts.
- Teacher Appreciation — Parents love to show their appreciation for the excellent job done by the APC teaching staff. Gifts and treats are enjoyed by all.
- Field Day — Parent, children and staff come together in the spring for a fun day of activities and treats.
- Graduation — A reception is hosted by the parents for all rising kindergarten students.