PTO Mission Statement

The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, and Christian community by offering programs and funds to enrich and supplement existing educational programs at Infant Jesus of Prague School. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of the child. To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts that will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, moral, and spiritual education.


Due to Covid there are no in-person meetings.


President: Shannon Mayronne

Co-President: Sara Cogswell

Secretary: Tammy McMahon

Ways & Means: Marla Courts

Volunteer Coordinator: Mesha Barlow

Upcoming Meeting Agenda

Why come to a PTO Meeting?

  • Connect with other parents

  • Be the first to hear about important news and upcoming events at school

  • Have a voice in the activities and programs

  • Learn how the students and teachers benefit from the work of the PTO

  • Volunteer your time, at school or home, to make a difference in our school community

Cannot make a meeting? If you are unable to attend, but would like more information or to stay involved, please contact us at pto@ijpschool.org

PTO Meetings


If you are a parent group leader or volunteer, chances are you already know that your involvement in your child’s school is good for their education. It’s one of the main reasons you do it, right?

But here’s the thing: It’s actually really good for their education.

Researchers have been studying the effects that parent attitudes and actions have on their children’s academic success for many years, and they have reported consistently that children with parents involved in their education and schools earn better grades, score higher on tests, and much more. The reasons that parent involvement increases student success are many—in itself, simply letting a child know you care and are invested enough to be involved in their day-to-day school life sends a clear message about the value of school and education.