Parents & Care Givers

It is never too late to join any school’s PTA! There are so many ways you can help!

-Get involved- Donate your time or talent.  As much or as little as you choose.

-Family Annual Fund The easiest, most popular way! No selling, no hassles, just donate. 100% of your donation benefits the students and school.

-Check and see if your employer will match your donation!

-Company Sponsorships - ask your employers to be a business be a sponsor!

-Purchase School Supplies for your student- proceeds benefit the PTA

-Purchase items from our Teacher Wishlists

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the PTA?

The PTA, or Parent Teacher Association, is a nonprofit organization that brings together parents and educators to collaborate on improving the educational experience and overall well-being of all students.

What committee positions are still open?

We need a chair to lead the Inclusiveness & Reflections committees. 

How can I volunteer with the FPMS PTA?

There are many ways to volunteer with the PTA. You can help organize and run events, assist with fundraising efforts, become a member of a committee, or even run for a leadership position. Contact us to see what opportunities are available.

How much time does volunteering with the PTA take?

The amount of time required can vary greatly depending on the role or activity. Some positions may only require a few hours, while others may be more time-intensive. It's best to discuss this with the PTA before committing to a role.  We will help you find something that fits your schedule.  

What types of skills or experiences do I need to volunteer with the PTA?

No specific skills or experiences are required to volunteer with the PTA. The most important thing is a willingness to help and a commitment to improving the school community.

What are the benefits of volunteering with the PTA?

Volunteering with the PTA offers numerous benefits. It's a great way to become more involved in your child's education, meet other parents and teachers, develop new skills, and make a positive impact in your school community.