Montessori Peaks Academy PTA is a 501 (c)(3) organization consisting of MPA staff and parents who care about the future of our school and the success of our children.
PTA's mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
Your PTA Officers:
President: Amanda Baugher email@example.com
Treasurer: Megan Sanders firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Lisa Myers email@example.com
Please feel free to reach out to any of us with any questions or to find volunteer needs. The PTA fulfills our mission through the following functions and we can always use your help to make our school and community great!
The PTA has two types of fundraisers, passive and volunteer driven. Our passive fundraising efforts include programs such as BoxTops for Education, Amazon Smile, and King Sooper Community Awards, and gift card purchases at our Memberhub store. Through these programs family members and staff generate funds for our school simply by doing the shopping they were going to do anyway.
Our volunteer driven fundraisers include Dewey’s Dash and our Spring Fundraiser. By utilizing volunteers for these fundraisers the PTA is able to retain nearly all of the generated funds for the benefit of our school and children. The success of these fundraisers depends of the level of volunteer support they receive.
View the 2021-2022 PTA budget to see where the fundraising dollars are allotted to be spent. You can also attend any PTA meeting for an up to date financial report of budget to actuals.
The PTA sponsors such events as the Back to School BBQ, Trunk or Treat, and the Spring Socials for the elementary students. If you would like to volunteer for any of these events or have a suggestion for a different or additional community event please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PTA funds programs such as Outdoor Education, First Lego League, and Jr. First Lego League. Outdoor Education offers our students experiential learning through nature and an outdoor environment. First Lego League challenges our older students to think like scientists and engineers while Jr. First Lego League engages our younger students and introduces them to STEM concepts using LEGO elements.
If you are interested in joining the PTA or have questions about what it means to be a member please contact us at email@example.com.
2021-2022 School Year Meetings
08/10/2021 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
9/14/2021 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
10/12/2021 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
11/09/2021 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
01/11/2022 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
02/8/2022 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
03/8/2022 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
04/12/2022 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
05/10/2022 6:30pm - Virtual (Zoom)
Meetings will be held via google meet. Members will receive the link via email from our memberhub site prior to each meeting. Not a member but want to attend a meeting? Email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the meeting.
*subject to updates
Why should I join PTA?
PTA offers all parents and caregivers the opportunity to be engaged in their child’s potential. Being a member of PTA means that you are part of a powerful association and action plan that is focused on programs and initiatives that strengthen your child’s education.
PTA membership and dues support your child by funding essential educational and curriculum needs; advocating on behalf of children and educators at the local, state and national levels; and building an inclusive school community for all families. Join PTA for your child because increasing our membership, even by one, makes it possible to provide important educational resources, speak up on important issues and create a stronger school community.
Joining also puts you on our email list for meeting changes/links/updates, updates on our community events as well as communication about volunteer needs our PTA may have.
Where does my money go when I pay membership dues?
PTA dues directly support your child. PTA dues help fund essential school resources and curriculum needs, including chromebooks and montessori materials. PTA dues support advocacy efforts at the local, state and national levels, impacting decisions affecting your child’s health, safety and quality of education. PTA dues support our work to strengthen connections between your family, your child’s classmates and their families, and teachers to build a thriving and inclusive community for everyone.
Does PTA membership require volunteering and attending meetings?
The only thing required of you to be a member of PTA is to pay the annual membership dues. Beyond that, however you choose to PTA is up to you. PTA offers all parents and caregivers the opportunity to be engaged in their child’s potential. From volunteering at school events to participating in local, state and national advocacy efforts to holding PTA leadership roles – the level of involvement is up to you. There is no wrong way to PTA!
How much time do I have to commit to being a member of PTA?
Membership in PTA can involve as much or as little time as you have to offer. There is no wrong or right way to be involved – anything you can give, whether it’s time or money, will support your child’s potential.
Isn’t PTA a social club for stay-at-home moms?
First and foremost, PTA is for every family who has a child at the school. PTA is for moms, dads, caregivers, grandparents, teachers and the broader community!
While some of the work done by PTA may appear purely social – including family events like game nights that are organized to strengthen the school community – much of PTA’s work focuses on funding essential school resources and curriculum needs, as well as advocating at the local, state and national levels, impacting decisions affecting your child’s health, safety and quality of education.
How does PTA ensure it represents every child and family at the school?
We encourage every family in the school to become a PTA member to support the success of their child. We want a diverse membership base that reflects all of the families and needs of students at the school. PTA strengthens connections between your family, your child’s classmates and their families and teachers to build a thriving and inclusive community for everyone.