Class Parent Representatives
What is a Class Parent Representative?
Class Parent Representatives (CPRs) are parents of students in grades Pre-K-8 who act as the communications liaison between the teacher and the other parents in that respective class. CPRs help foster a sense of classroom community. While the precise role of the Class Parent Representative is defined individually by each teacher and the parents in his/her class, a CPR can literally be a lifesaver to teachers by helping them collect needed school supplies, organizing volunteers, and helping parents feel informed about what goes on in the classroom. (Please note that CPRs should not get involved with academic or disciplinary matters.)
Duties of Class Parent Representatives
How can I become a CPR?
The PTO requests one CPR per class. Sign-up sheets will be distributed at the beginning of the school year at orientation meetings. You may also indicate your interest on our Volunteer E-Questionnaire. Find the CPR form HERE which you may fill out and return to your child's teacher. Please read CPR Guidelines for more information.
IS Class Parent Representatives
What is an ES/IS Co-Vice President?
There are currently two Intermediate School Co-Vice Presidents, who represent Intermediate School grades Pre-K-8. The IS Co-VPs sit on the Executive Board of the PTO. They are a communications link between the homeroom teachers and parents in the respective grades. They help foster a sense of grade-wide community. While the precise role of the Co-VPs is defined individually by teachers and the parents in his/her grade, Co-VPs can literally be a lifesaver to teachers by helping them collect needed school supplies, organizing volunteers and helping parents feel informed about what goes on in the classroom. (Please note that Co-VPs should not get involved with academic or disciplinary matters.)
Duties of Co-VPs
How can I become an Co-VP?
Co- Vice Presidents must run for PTO office in May.
Last updated April 16, 2019