Parent Teacher Organization


All parents have been directed by the Word of God to raise their children in the “nurture and admonition of the Lord,” (Ephesians 6:4) and to “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.”  (Proverbs 22:6)  The purpose of this organization is to help parents and teachers achieve greater competence in Christian child training.  To achieve this, the organization will seek to:

  • Help parents increasingly understand and appreciate their children and provide parents with the skills needed for Christian child training.
  • Help teachers increasingly understand the needs of the Christian home and extend their influence into the home.
  • Help create a closer relationship between the home and the school, especially through closer cooperation between parents and teachers.
  • Provide educational and fellowship activities for parents and students.
  • Provide support to the Board of Education fundraisers and ongoing fundraisers and events.
  • Provide help and support for school facility improvement.
  • Support Trinity student body activities/functions in cooperation with teachers and administration.
  • Act as a link between parents and teachers/administration.
  • To partner with Trinity Church offering both the church and school opportunities to share resources, events, and fellowship.


Membership in the organization will be open to:

  • All parents, grandparents, or extended family members who have children enrolled in the school.
  • Any interested communicant member of Trinity Lutheran Church.
  • All members of the Board of Education.
  • The PTO will be a subgroup of the Board of Education.
  • All members will be entitled to participate in all the activities of the PTO.
  • The PTO will try to meet once a month to once every couple of months.


President (elected)

The president will preside at all meetings of the PTO and have general supervision of all activities.

Vice-President (elected)

The vice-president will generally assist the president.  In the absence of the president, or at the president’s request, the vice-president will perform the duties of the president.

Secretary (elected)

The secretary will permanently record the proceedings of all PTO meetings and will attend to all correspondence and will maintain a record of all in attendance.

Treasurer (Principal)

Election of Officers

The President will be elected in the odd-numbered years.  The Vice-President and Secretary will be elected in the even-numbered years. In the event of a vacancy in the office of the president, the vice-president will succeed to the office of the president for the remainder of the term.  In the event of a vacancy in the office of vice-president or secretary, the vacancy will be filled by-election at the next regular meeting.