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AES PTO Officers

Megan Lowry - President

Kyleigh Chovan - VP

Melissa Knauf - Treasurer

Bonnie Kerlek - Secretary

Lori Voytik - Member at Large

 

PTO Board Positions & Descriptions

 

  • PRESIDENT: A liaison between the school district & the Board.  Approves all fundraising projects of the PTO & is an authorized signatory for all PTO checks, contracts & other documents. The leader & key contact for the PTO. Presides at all PTO meetings. Coordinates the work of the committee(s) so that objectives can be met. Largely available to help with other PTO duties & assume other responsibilities.

 

  • VICE PRESIDENT: An aide to the President & performs the duties of the President in their absence. Expected to attend PTO meetings from their respective building. Ideally is willing to serve as President in the future. Chairperson over the volunteer committee & responsible for the existing volunteer system. Largely available to help with other PTO duties & assume other responsibilities.

 

  • SECRETARY: Keep records of the organization. Expected to attend PTO meetings from their respective building. Record minutes. Create flyers & memos for distribution. Formulate agendas. Prepare correspondence & maintain master documents. Largely available to help with other PTO duties & assume other responsibilities.

 

  • TREASURER: Responsible for the collection, accounting & deposit of all incoming monies. Provides receipts & check requests to Central Administration. Expected to attend PTO meetings from their respective building. Reviews & signs checks written by Central Administration. Largely available to help with other PTO duties & assume other responsibilities.

 

  • MEMBER-AT-LARGE: Keeps the classroom liaisons/volunteers informed about activities. Assures that volunteer data is recorded, updated & available to the Board. Expected to attend PTO meetings from their respective building. On-going dialog with classroom liaisons. Largely available to help with other PTO duties & assume other responsibilities.

District Mission

"The Mission of the Hermitage School District is to educate our students to become motivated and responsible citizens.  We will graduate students who are critical thinkers, effective problem solvers, strong communicators and creative individuals.  Our students will use literacy, writing and technology as tools to contribute and compete in a diverse society."

Upcoming Events

Reorganization Meeting
Monday, December 7 : 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Winter Vacation
Wednesday, December 23
No School for Students or Staff
Monday, January 18
No School for Teachers, Aides, Students
Friday, February 12
Inservice Day - No School for Students
Monday, February 15