Who We Are
Conant PTO is comprised of parents, caregivers and teachers working together to support our school by building community, raising funds for enriching student activities, and having some fun! Every parent, caregiver and teacher is automatically a member – yes, you are part of the PTO! – there’s no fee to join.
Conant School is truly fortunate to have dedicated and generous parent volunteers. Our PTO invites and encourages every parent or caregiver of a Conant student to participate by sharing their time, talents and resources to make our school a wonderful place in which to learn. By giving caregivers like you the opportunity to be actively involved with your child’s education gives your child a better opportunity to succeed. By participating, you send a message to your child that you care: about them and about their school.
Participation means a lot of different things; the PTO has opportunities for all teachers, parents and caregivers - whether they are working inside or outside the home - to contribute, including:
Making a Difference
"Being part of the PTO at Conant Elementary is such a rewarding experience. We get to plan and create amazing student experiences that benefit the school in meaningful ways."
— Debby Lee, PTO Volunteer
Conant PTO is led by a dedicated team of volunteers who comprise our Board:
Executive Board Members:
President, Jimmy Reichert, email@example.com
Vice President, Open Position
Treasurer, Sandhya Mangalampalli, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary, Sudha Nagarajan, email@example.com
General Board Members:
Kristin Kenny Koh
The Conant PTO has received a 501(c) (3) tax exempt status from the IRS. All contributions made to the PTO are tax-deductible.
Per the Charter of the Luther Conant Parent Teacher Organization, The purpose of the Conant PTO is to encourage and facilitate the mutual participation of parents, faculty, and students (as interdependent members of one school community) in the educational process. Said association is organized exclusively for educational purposes, including, for such purpose, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding sections of any future federal tax codes. The Conant PTO, through its activities, provides a forum for information exchange, and a structure which will promote and foster the continuing pursuit of excellence in the educational experience. Specifically, the Conant PTO endeavors to do the following:
Foster communication between faculty, parents and students;
Foster sense of community between faculty, parents and students through sponsored events and activities;
Present topical programs to inform the membership, and to involve the membership in the educational process;
Encourage and coordinate parent participation in the volunteer program at the Luther Conant School;
Provide fund raising events and activities;
Serve the school in other ways as needed throughout the school year including but not limited to special meetings, capital equipment purchases, etc.