Parent Teacher Organization
PTO Meeting/Prayer Group - Sept. 15th 8:00-8:45 AM
Come join us on Friday, September 15th for a short informational meeting, combined with our weekly prayer group, to discuss the events we currently have planned. If you are unable to attend the meeting and would like to volunteer for any upcoming events, please email email@example.com
2023-2024 Calendar of Events
Sept. 15 : 1st PTO Meeting/Prayer Group 8:00-8:45 AM
Sept. 30 : Homecoming Activity Table 1-3pm
Oct. 13 : Falcon Spirit Run (Oct. 18 Rain Date)
Nov : Horizon FX Family Roller Skating Night
Nov. 13-17 : I55 Book Fair
Finney Parent Prayer Group Weekly Meeting : Every Friday 8-8:45 A.M., starting Sept. 15
You can also join our closed group Facebook page: Finney Family Prayer Group to share prayer needs or scriptures with other Finney families. This is a great way to stay connected for those who aren't able to make it to a prayer meeting.
For more details, visit the Prayer Ministry Page
STAY TUNED FOR MORE EVENTS TO COME for the upcoming 2023-2024 School Year!
Be on the lookout for a PTO informational meeting in the near future to find out what we are all about and what events we have planned!!
Please consider joining our PTO!
If you are interested in volunteering and want to know where you might fit, take a look at our Volunteer Opportunities and Prayer Ministry page to see if there is something waiting for you!
Ready to sign up for something today? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Laura Kowalski.
Can't make it to school? There are many opportunities to volunteer from home! Let's talk!
Email : PTO@Finneyschool.org
10 Reasons To Get Involved
Volunteering makes a big difference!!
Volunteering offers tangible ways to be part of things. Sometimes we might mean well, but our busy lives get in the way of committing. Joining a parent group will provide concrete ways to get involved, whether at events, in the classroom, or on a committee.
It feels great to participate!!
You’ll get to know other parents. It’s powerful to create a circle of adult friends around a school, and having a shared interest is a good place to start. What’s more, it can help foster connections between families in your community.
Your help is always needed. Whether it’s helping run the next big event or providing support in the classroom, there are always ways to pitch in.
It’s a manageable commitment.
You can tailor volunteering to play to your strengths. Within a parent group or school community there are many ways to contribute, some of which are sure to complement your strengths, interests, or professional skills.
Have a great idea? Volunteering gives you opportunities to get your ideas out there.
Volunteering provides another way to get to know school and support staff to better understand their needs and ideas.