We are a group of volunteers who join together to support the school in many different ways (and have a lot of fun in the process).
Additionally, every class parent and every member of the Woodbrook PTO is available to answer questions at any time. Believe me, a quick text or email to any member of the Woodbrook PTO can save unnecessary stress. We would love to hear from you!
My best piece of advice to parents is to become involved. "Throw your hat into the ring," as they say, and attend a class event or a PTO meeting. We have many opportunities that can fit into even the busiest of schedules. If you take that first step, the rewards you will receive in return are priceless.
Please clink on the link https://woodbrookpto.membershiptoolkit.com/ to view PTO volunteer opportunities as well as get connected with other Woodbrook families.
If you have questions, please always reach out.
Danielle Kennedy and Emily Winters
Woodbrook PTO Co-Presidents
Who are the members of the PTO?
Members of the Woodbrook PTO consist of the currently employed faculty members, staff and/or principal of Woodbrook Elementary School plus parents and/or legal guardians of each child enrolled in Woodbrook Elementary.
What can you do as a member of the PTO?
VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME
We have more than 20 PTO-sponsored events at Woodbrook!!! These events include the Ice Cream Social, Kindergarten Picnic, Grandparents’ Day Celebration, Donuts with Dad, Muffins with Mom, Fall and Spring Classroom Parties, Family Movie Nights, Family Fitness Night, Presidents’ Day Ice Skating Party, Fifth Grade Graduation Party, Wellness Week and more!!! We can’t run these events without our volunteers. Even an hour or two a semester really makes a difference! Please clink on the link https://woodbrookpto.membershiptoolkit.com/ to view PTO volunteer opportunities as well as get connected with other Woodbrook families.
ATTEND EVENTS THAT HELP FUND THE PTO!
These events include the “Mane Event” Fall Carnival, the “Mane Bash” Parents’ Night Out Auction and Woodbrook Family Food Nights.
research shows that children do better in school when their parents get involved.