What is a PTCO?
PTCO is an acronym that stands for Parent, Teacher, Community Organization. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that raises money to better our children’s Elementary School experience.
Our goal is to work together as a community to support Arrowhead's staff and students.
Every parent at Arrowhead is a member of the PTCO!
Money raised by the PTCO will be used for classroom education and technology resources that provide a direct benefit to our students.
Many of these fund raising activities are in the form of fun, family and/or parent events.
It is our commitment to you to provide the dates and costs of our upcoming fundraisers.
Our Mission Statement:
Empowering Parents, Encouraging Teachers, Connecting Community, all for the good of our children!
We EMPOWER PARENTS by:
Offering parenting education, encouraging involvement, and building lasting relationships with other families.
We ENCOURAGE TEACHERS by:
Improving needs in the classroom and show them appreciation by giving them our time and commitment to help.
We CONNECT COMMUNITY by:
Strengthening the bonds to families, neighborhoods and surrounding community members.
...all for the good of our children
President: Jessie Marshall
Treasurer: Sonia Strossner
Secretary: Laura Loveridge
You can get more information about your school district and district wide events and meetings by visiting the following websites:
Parents’ Council www.ccparentscoucil.org
Mission: To promote the exchange of ideas among parent representatives of all schools in Cherry Creek and to serve as a vehicle of communication within the District for parents, teachers, administrators, the Board of Education and the community.
P.I.N. (Parent Information Network) www.PINccds.org
Mission: To provide informative local and national speakers on topics relevant to current parenting and youth-related issues, and to provide a forum for parents to connect and create a caring community.
C.C.C.L.N (Cherry Creek Community Legislative Network)
Mission: To promote the awareness of education issues, legislation and the legislative process. CCCLN sponsors an annual Breakfast with Legislators and a Day at the Capitol. Meetings are held monthly. Contact: Mariellen Guerra, Chair, 303-549-5627 or firstname.lastname@example.org