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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!

Offering parenting education, encouraging involvement, and building lasting relationships with other families.

Improving needs in the classroom and show them appreciation by giving them our time and commitment to help.
Strengthening the bonds to families, neighborhoods and surrounding community members.

...all for the good of our children

Contact the PTCO:
Via Email:

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
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)
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
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