READ-A-THON- Coming Soon
The PTO Read-A-Thon is leaping ahead! Get ready to start recording all of those minutes Capitol Hill Cougars are reading starting February 15, 2024. More details about this BIG event will be provided in upcoming Headliner newsletters, the PTO virtual meeting on January 29, the Capitol Hill Magnet School Friends and Families FaceBook page, and sent home in family packets with your student in February.
Amazon Wish List for Capitol Hill StaffThe Amazon Wish List is up and running again! This is a wish list for Capitol Hill teachers. Parents can purchase directly from this list and items will be delivered to the teacher. When you click on an item you can see the note with specifics about its intended use. This list is a way for teachers to receive items they will use in their classes after they have spent their designated funds from the PTO budget. The wish list can be accessed using this link, or you can search Amazon lists for “Capitol Hill SPPS Wish List”.
- January 29, 2024: PTO Meeting (virtual) 6pm-7pm (more information forthcoming)
- February 15, 2024: Read-A-Thon starts
The 2023-2024 Capitol Hill PTO Board is:
Allison Burnett (Co-Chair)
Reier Erickson (Co-Chair)
Dr. Kristin Morris (Equity Lead)
Michelle Mitchell (Treasurer)
Rachael Sewell (Secretary)
Brendan Foote (Fundraising Lead)
John Mayock (Elementary teacher rep)
Lisa Schibel (Middle School teacher rep)
Linda Morrison (Middle School teacher rep)
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
You can support Capitol Hill PTO and get a tax deduction!
Direct Drive - Our annual drive to gather donations directly! Contributions may be made by check, cash, or electronically through GiveMN.org or PayPal. The more we are able to raise funds through direct donations, the fewer fundraiser events we must host; therefore freeing our time and efforts to support the school and students with more educational services and experiences. Support our school while getting a tax deduction.
Attend bimonthly PTO meetings to learn about issues relevant to our community, including the latest news from our principal, Mr. Freeman.
Join the community Facebook group as another way to be part of the school conversation.
These weekly publications are organized by the school and include information from the PTO.
PTO supports various events throughout the year that need volunteers. See a current list of volunteer opportunities that are available. If you are interested and do not know how to help or if you have an idea of your own, email us!