PTO Officers- 24-25

President- Candace Williams

Vice President- Lucy Gwyn

Treasurer- Kathleen Davis

Secretary- Christina Frey

PTO Meeting Dates 2024-2025

Tuesday, September 10 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, October 8 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, November 12 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, January 14 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, February 11 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, March 11 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, April 8 @ 3:45 PM

Tuesday, May 13 @ 3:45 PM

Contact Information

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Need to contact someone right away?

Please feel free to text or call Candace at 717-693-5279

This year, every meeting you attend AND every time you volunteer, your name will be entered into a raffle for a $100 Amazon Gift Card to be draw at our End of Year Picnic!

Our goal is to provide a process of mutual understanding and effective teamwork among home, school and community; to promote good relations and communication for the purpose of promoting active participation in school and community affairs; and to establish and promote partnership between parents and teacher for the common benefit of students.

Voting Members

Any parent, guardian or teacher affiliated with Central Manor Elementary School may become a member of this organization, provided that they are interested in our objectives and put children first in all decisions made. No dues shall be required for membership and members shall be eligible to participate in business meetings and/or serve in any of the elected or appointed positions.

General Membership Meetings

The PTO by-laws require that meetings be held at least 4 times per school year beginning in September and held throughout the school year. The budget is approved at the first meeting of the year and the election of officers for the next school year are held at the last meeting of the year. When school is closed due to inclement weather, meetings are to be considered canceled.

Volunteer Information

The Penn Manor School District welcomes and values volunteer participation in our schools. To ensure the safety of our students, volunteers must comply with the School Board Policies. The policy established requirements and procedures to confirm that school volunteers are in compliance with the provisions of Act 153 of 22014, which amended the PA Child Protective Services Law. The law requires unpaid volinteers who will have direct contact with children to obtain background clearances before commencing services as a volunteer. For more information, please see the Penn Manor District volunteer website page.