Mark White Families
Your involvement at our school is critical to the success and well-being of our students and staff. We firmly believe that a strong partnership with parents increases the opportunities for academic success for our students. Most importantly, it creates an environment that students, parents, and staff enjoy. If you have not yet, please take the opportunity to join the PTO. Joining the PTO allows you to contribute to the many events and activities that are planned throughout the school year. I look forward to working with you and seeing you at upcoming PTO events.
Lisa Hernandez, Principal
Meet Our PTO Officers
2020-21 PTO Directors
Welcome new PTO Directors
Mirna Al Omar
Isy Gabriela Conde
Eglantine M. Pauvarel Moss
Principal Hernandez – Admin Rep
Brenda Ramirez – Teacher Rep
Regine Macias – Teacher Rep
We would like to thank all the voulnteers for their deidcation this past year.
2020-21 PTO Committee Chairs
International Festival - Ellen King
Francophonie Celebration - Bénédicte Fievet-Blondeau; Stephanie Guerreau
Book Fair - Bénédicte Fievet-Blondeau
Harmony - Eglantine Pauvarel Moss
T-Shirt Sales - Amanda Hellman
Communications & Website - Arundhati Bhattacharjee
Birthday Club - Monica Negrete; Tasha Etsibah
Carnival - Audrey Fontanot
Yearbook - Eglantine Pauvarel Moss
Spanish Translation - Natalia Ibanez
Box Tops - Natalia Ibanez
PTO Volunteer Committee Information
International Festival (November event) - Volunteers will work with teachers, staff and parents to help organize and execute an after school family & community friendly event. Committee may also assist teachers in planning classroom activities during the day.
Book Fair (December event) - Volunteers will help set up and run the Book Fair. This includes helping teachers and students with their wish lists, assisting shoppers with book selection and payment.
Francophonie Event (March event) - Volunteers will help organize and execute the annual Francophonie Celebration and will also act as a liaison with the French Consulate. Committee may also assist teachers in planning classroom activities during the day.
Teacher & Staff Appreciation - Volunteers will help create activities that recognize faculty & staff periodically throughout the year.
Box Tops & School Store - Volunteers will promote awareness of the Box Top program and classroom competitions. From the Box Top Funds, Volunteers will purchase items for the “School Store Incentive/Reward program.” Students can earn MWE bucks to purchase items from the School Store. Volunteers will also staff the store periodically throught the year.
Harmony Committee - Members will help address and assist with safety concerns, questions and solutions. A new Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program this year Members may also help with morning and afternoon carpool. For 2017/18 school year MWE has added the called Harmony. Members may help plan and host several “Harmony Night” Family events.
Birthday Program - Volunteers will help create and implement Birthday celebration for students. Volunteers will manage the program and will be responsible for coordinating and maintaining the student birthday list.This fundraising activity will allow parents to recognize their student’s birthday during the school day.
Fundraising Committees - Two categories for volunteer participation.
Community Partnerships/Corporate Sponsors - Volunteers assist in developing partnerships with area businesses, set up community rebate programs, solicit donations for various PTO events (including Spirit Nights at local restaurants) and funding priorities (as voted on by PTO members).
School Based Fundraising - Volunteers will manage the coordination and publicity of school based fundraisers like annual fun run or carnival, t-shirt design/sales, school supply sale, food or snacks at event like WOLFAPALOZZA, Student Led Conferences, etc.