The main aim of Putnam City's PTO Council is to strengthen PTOs of local units by comparing methods of work and sharing information. The Council shares not only information about the happenings of the Council, but also the latest information concerning education and advocacy for children and youth.
The Council provides a way for the local units to take action on issues of education, children, and youth through the combined strength of the local PTOs.
The Council provides in-depth information on current issues related to education and works to build local PTO support for local, state and national legislative action. The Council provides opportunities to address issues that reach beyond the local school community, creating a forum for public information and debate on issues that affect children. The interests of local members are represented by the Council before Putnam City's Board of Education.
When asked, the Council will assist school PTOs with any problem they have and works to help them increase their effectiveness. The Council provides information, leadership, support, opportunities to work together, leadership development, sharing of ideas and more.
PTO Council Elected Officials 2019-2020
1st Vice President
2nd Vice Presidents
Jay McIntosh & Vandi Booth
Contact: Heather Applegate at firstname.lastname@example.org
Putnam City PTO Council Meetings
All members of PTOs in Putnam City are invited and encouraged to attend PTO Council meetings. Due to the ever growing workforce of our membership the PTO meetings will have alternating meetings. Meetings not denoted with an * are at the Administration Building. Please see below our meeting dates and times.
Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019*
Friday, Nov. 1, 2019
December Meeting Principal's Brunch
No meeting in January 2020
Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020*
Friday, March 6, 2020
Thursday, April 2, 2020*
* These meetings are set at an evening time and off-site location, 5909 NW Expressway, Ground Floor. An off-site meeting, Principal's Brunch, the PTO gathering for all PTO Unit boards, their school principal, and their guests. Council dues ($100) must be up-to-date and tickets purchased by Nov. 1.