About Q300 PTA
Thank you for visiting the website of the Q300 Parent-Teacher Association. All parents and guardians of Q300 students as well as all teachers are automatically members of the Q300 PTA. PTA meetings are held monthly. Our goal is to work together to create and maintain a welcoming community for all Q300 families and to support the administration and faculty in building a school that provides outstanding education to our students based on the values of inclusion, inquiry, and responsibility.
The mission of the Q300 Parent-Teacher Association is to enrich and improve the educational, emotional, and social lives of Q300’s students by providing the following:
- Supporting activities that foster the core values of Q300: Inclusion, Inquiry and Responsibility;
- Providing support and resources to Q300 for the benefit and educational growth of its students;
- Developing parent and staff leadership, fostering and encouraging participation at all levels of the Association, and providing opportunities to participate in school governance and decision making;
- Promoting a cooperative working relationship among the Q300 parents, families, staff, and administration;
- Providing a forum where parents and staff members discuss innovations and implementations of curricular and extra-curricular activities that afford each student an opportunity to acquire the core values of Q300.
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2022-2023 PTA Board Members
|Executive Vice President||Vacantemail@example.com|
|Co-Secretary||David William Wangfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP of Fundraising||Lisa Christopheremail@example.com|
|Co-VPs of Communications||Dana Holmes & Sonia Martinsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Co-VPs of Membership||Erica Soto Eng & Amy Wongemail@example.com|
|Co-VPs of Community Affairs||Janet Perez-Garcia & Christine Serdjenian-Yearwoodfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP of Lower Division (Elementary)||Nick Skolnick||ESrep@q300pta.org|
|VP of Upper Division (Middle)||Ellie Rabinovich||MSrep@Q300pta.org|
|Membership Committee||The Membership Committee encourages parent and staff participation, outreach, and recruitment.||VP of Membership|
|Auction Committee (Under Fundraising)||email@example.com|
|Fundraising Committee||The Fundraising Committee plans and executes all fundraising activities including donation solicitations, fundraisers, and grant writing to further the mission of the Association. Learn more about volunteering here.||VP of Fundraising|
|Direct Appeal Committee||The PTA Direct Appeal Co-Chairs develop our annual direct appeal strategy and outreach plan, distribute information about our campaigns and use of direct appeal funds, solicit donations from the community, track donations and issue tax firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Communications Committee||The Communications Committee facilitates and implements communications among the Association and the parents and staff.||VP of Communication|
|Community Affairs Committee||The Community Affairs Committee oversees the PTA’s efforts to reach out to the greater Q300 community and to participate in and report on community based meetings and forums, and committees and councils of the Department of Education.||VP of Community Affairs|
|Budget Committee||The Budget Committee develops and proposes the PTA budget and prepares a written review of the prior year’s budget.||Treasurers|
|Audit Committee (under Treasury)||The Audit Committee conduct an audit of all financial affairs of the Association, with the assistance of the Treasurer who shall make all books and records of the Association available to the committee.||Treasurers|
|Bus Advocacy Committee||http://q300pta.org/resources/bus-info/|
|One School Committee (under Community Affairs)||VP of Community Affairs|
|Library Committee Committee (under Membership)||VP of Membership|
|Grant Writing Committee||Lynn Kennedy at LynnK@q300pta.org|
|Wellness Committee||The Wellness Committee is a group of parents, students, staff who work together with the school administration to promote a healthy school environment.||Gina Reis at email@example.com and Lynn Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|2E Group Committee||Ellie Rabinovich|
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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I become a member of the PTA
The following individuals are automatically PTA members: (a) birth parents, adoptive parents, step-parents, legally appointed guardians, foster parents, “persons in a parental relation” as defined by the Department of Education and designated persons having a relationship to a child or children currently attending Q300; and (b) all eligible Q300 teachers and instructional full-time staff members, with the exception of the Principal and supervisors.
- How do I get timely info from the PTA?
If you don’t receive regular updates from the Q300 PTA (such as the bulletins and newsletters), please provide your contact info to the PTA’s Membership Committee at membershipq300pta.org.
- How do I become involved in the PTA or volunteer during school?
You can attend monthly meetings, volunteer by organizing events, fundraising, and other activities, serve on a committee or run for an executive board position. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact The Q300 PTA Membership Committee at membershipq300pta.org. Also, please consider running for a position on the board.
- What are the PTA committees on which I can volunteer?
Please above the describes each committee and contact person.
- What happens at the PTA General Monthly Meeting and when is it held?
The PTA meetings include reports from the Presidents, the Principal, the School Leadership Team, Committees, and any other members of the Q300 community.
- How does the PTA raise funds?
Please see Fundraising Overview for more information about the PTA fundraising.
- How do I contact the Board?
See above for the current PTA Board members.