Upcoming Events

Sep
3
Tue
8:15 am First Day of School
First Day of School
Sep 3 @ 8:15 am – 3:00 pm
Students first day of school.
Oct
15
Tue
1:00 pm Franklin Institute Life in Space...
Franklin Institute Life in Space...
Oct 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Assembly focusing on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
Oct
28
Mon
8:15 am Single Session
Single Session
Oct 28 @ 8:15 am – 12:30 pm
Single Session
Nov
4
Mon
8:15 am Single Session
Single Session
Nov 4 @ 8:15 am – 12:30 pm
Single Session
Nov
6
Wed
8:15 am Single Session
Single Session
Nov 6 @ 8:15 am – 12:30 pm
Single Session

Room Parent Volunteer Form

Being a Room Parent is a fun way to be involved at Brayton!  The PTO, the children, and our school rely on Room Parents. Please consider volunteering your time to your child’s class.  Each class has 2 Room Parents.

The responsibilities of Room Parents are to:
• Be a bridge between the PTO and your class parents
• Attend a half hour Room Parent Meeting in early September.
• Make a simple classroom presentation about the PTO and the upcoming year during Back-to-School Night.
• Help dismiss students on the day of the Halloween Parade.
• Support the classroom as needed (i.e. volunteering or soliciting volunteers for activities and/or parties via emails.)
• 4th Grade room parents have added responsibilities: One room parent from each class will help with the 5th grade recognition.
• 5th Grade room parents have additional responsibilities. Each room parent will be required to chair, organize, and participate in the many 5th grade activities. More detail will be given at the room parent meeting.

What should I do if I am interested in being a room parent?
If you are interested in becoming a room parent, please complete the form below ASAP.

How are Room Parents Chosen?
The 1st VP and Dr. Moretz select the Room Parents.

How will I know if I have been selected to be a room parent?
Selected Room Parents will be notified via email on or around the first day of school.

You should ONLY complete this form if:
1. You can attend Back-to-School Night.
2. As 4th and 5th grade parents, you are willing to accept the added responsibilities.

Questions?

Contact: Kari Steele