Roland-Story Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

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Our organization strives to strengthen our children’s education and development through a collaborative effort of parents, educators, and the community. The Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) plans and sponsors numerous activities throughout the year. Through our fundraising and service efforts, we support projects that benefit our students.

During the 2012-2013 school year, PTO allocated over $35,000 to the elementary and middle school, fulfilling requests for the following items: microscopes, field trips, acoustic shells, reading comprehension aides, LCD projectors, math puzzles, books, pencil sharpeners, and classroom supplies.

 

Latest News

  • Can/Bottle Recycling Day
    Elementary and middle school students will be holding a Can/Bottle Recycling Day on Saturday, October 18th.  Donations of 5 cent refundable containers will be collected door to door in Story City [More...]
  • Fanny Packs For Sale
    Fanny packs can be purchased for $10 by contacting a PTO Exec member or stop by the Elementary School office and purchase one.
  • A.L.I.C.E. Meeting for K-12th Parents
    The Story County Sheriffs Department and the Story City Police Department have been working with our wonderful Roland-Story Staff since last spring training them on the A.L.I.C.E protocol.  A.L.I.C.E stands for [More...]
  • School Supply Kits
    We are selling the school supply kits and backpacks again this year.  Order online with the ES Account Number 31726 and MS of 24762.  Order forms are due April 16th with the [More...]
  • Plant Sale
    A nice assortment for bedding plants from Holub's Greenhouse is available again this year. Order forms are due April 18 with pick-up on Saturday, May 10, from 9-11 a.m. at the [More...]

 

We Need YOU!!

Volunteers make up 100% of the effort behind PTO’s programs. Any amount of time you can commit is important to our kids and the schools. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact a committee chairperson or a member of the PTO board.