PTO

Parent Teacher Organization

Objectives

  • To recognize the value of each student, staff member, and parent at Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center regardless of their gender, race, age, national origin, religion, handicap or disability.
  • To honor students at Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center for their contributions and achievements.
  • To raise money through concessions supported by Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center student organizations, Wayne Township school organizations, Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center staff and parents, in order to provide academic incentives and support that will benefit the majority of the student body.
  • To support, function and operate within the guidelines of the MSD of Wayne Township.

Chapel Hill PTO Officers

Position Name
President Rachel Gildon
Secretary LaDona Shuttz
Treasurer Samantha Rankins
Fundraising/Volunteer Coordinator Kellie Carter
Bilingual Ambassador Adriana Bautista
Communications Chair Jennifer Pence

Email chcgiantspto@gmail.com for more information or questions

PTO Activities

  • Dances
  • Concessions (Parent volunteers are needed to work home athletic events.)
  • Hospitality

PTO Meetings

Meeting Dates for 2021-2022

  • October TBA
  • November TBA
  • December TBA
  • January TBA
  • February TBA
  • March TBA
  • April TBA
  • May TBA

Other Events

  • Support 7th Grade Walkthrough
  • Support Back to School Night
  • Host Staff Dinner during Student-Led Conferences
  • Host 7th Grade Dance
  • Support 6th Grade Orientation Night
  • Host 8th Grade Farewell Dance
  • Prepare 3.0 Bars after each grading period!
  • Football Concessions
  • Track & Field Concessions
  • Dine-Out Nights throughout the year
  • Other Staff Appreciation Events

Wayne Mission Statement

“A partnership of students, staff, families, and community, is ensure all students acquire and apply knowledge, skills, processes, and values, to become life-long learners and contributors to society through a comprehensive program of outstanding quality which enables them to develop their potential.”