Parent Teacher Guild (PTG)
Every parent at Holy Sepulcher School is a member of the PTG. The PTG sponsors and supplements the social and educational activities at the school, though it does not make or determine policy. The PTG is part of the Holy Sepulcher School Team.
Meetings are held quarterly and we welcome your participation! PTG officers are elected for each school year.
2017-2018 PTG Committee
Trina Montes, President
Andy Riley, Treasurer
Amanda Ranalli, Secretary
The mission of Holy Sepulcher PTG is to provide opportunities for parents and/or guardians to be involved in their child(ren)’s education and communication with the school.
- to provide parents with effective was of cooperating with the school administration, faculty, and staff in the transmission of Catholic values;
- to promote a broad appreciation of the need for, and ideals of, a sound Catholic education;
- to enlist the spiritual, educational, and social resources of home and school and to provide a quality Catholic education;
- to provide a structure through which parents may become active in the life of the school community;
- to provide special opportunities for parents and children to participate together in parish/school activities
- to expand the awareness of our school to the neighboring churches and surrounding communities;
- to maximize financial resources available to the school through well-planned fundraising activities, volunteer services, and contributions from the business community;
- to provide assistance to the teaching staff and administration on other projects as requested and scheduled by the PTG Board.
Why we volunteer:
When you set up for Grandparents Day or Veterans Day, help at the bookfair or elf store, raise money for the Hornets Challenge, attend the Gala, come into the classroom for parties or send in needed items for events, you are not just helping our school, you are showing your own child the importance of helping others. One day, your child, drawing from memories of their parents helping at the Pancake Breakfast or helping with a school activity, will be more likely to step up as a volunteer at their child’s school. Research shows that the drive to volunteer can be intergenerational, much like family traditions and personality traits are passed along. There is evidence of this as some of today’s volunteers were raised by a parent that volunteered! Now those leaders are paying it forward and serving as role models for their own children. Thank you for helping us pay it forward by volunteering and spreading the message of Jesus through our actions!
~ excerpts from this were found online from a volunteer form created by Dawn DeBorba, a PTO leader. We tailored the idea to fit our school community!