Paterson Public Schools Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
Good Schools Are Made Into Great Schools When Parents Make The Time To Be A Part Of It!
Thank you, parents (guardians, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and family) and teachers/staff, who do so much for our children here at our district. We could not provide funding if it was not for your support, partnerships and volunteer time at these events and programs:
- Back to School Night
- Fright Fest
- District/Legislative Updates
- Community National Night Out
- Turkey Giveaway
- BOE Candidate Night
- Parent Welcome Back Kick off
- Community Partnership
- Teacher/Staff Appreciation
The Paterson Public Schools’ PTO Leadership would like to wish you the very best! Looking forward to doing more together in 2023! Wishing you holiday blessings and a Happy New Year!
The Paterson Public School’s PTO Leadership group is a consortium of PTO officers from each of our schools who work collectively to ensure that parents have well functioning parent organizations. This is accomplished through various activities such as executive board trainings, Leadership meetings, fundraising planning, and exposure opportunities. PTO officers are elected by their peers and work towards ensuring that parents have a voice in district decision making and planning. In addition, PTO officers represent our parents at the state level during state budget hearings & planning discussions.
Welcome Back From The Paterson PTO Leadership
Parent Of The Month
Steps for nominating a leader of the month:
-This recognition/ nomination was created to acknowledge and give thanks to those PTO leaders who go above and beyond for their school and the PTO Leadership.
-The nominated PTO leader's name can be submitted to the PTO Leadership Executive Board/ FCE in 3 different ways: Coordinator/ FCE nomination, Principal nomination, PTO Leadership and/or PTO Leadership Executive Board nomination.
-The PTO Executive Board and Department of FCE will decide and vote on the nominated leader of the month.
Parent And School Compact
The Department of Family & Community Engagement invites parents to complete the Parent & School Compact. This compact has been developed to outline how parents, and school staff, will work together as a team and share in the responsibility of our students' academic achievements. This is a requirement from our Federal Title I Grant, which provides funding for our school district and children. Please share with your families, schools, and school social media accounts.