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20500 E Arapahoe Rd
Aurora, CO 80016
PTCO

General Information

What Does the Grandview PTCO Do?

  • Supports the GHS Mission Statement,
  • Educates the community on teen issues,
  • Provides the opportunity for parent/community involvement in the lives of ALL students,
  • Offers an After-Prom, freshman and sophomore support, Student Directories and Planners, and Poinsettia Sales,
  • Gives Classroom and Teacher Grants and Teacher of the Year Awards,
  • Is involved in Community Caring and Staff Appreciation, and
  • Conducts some fundraising to provide for our services.

Who Can Belong to the Grandview PTCO?

  • EVERYONE in the school community and anyone in the outside community who cares about GHS students.
  • There are NO membership dues - you are automatically a member.

How Do I Get Involved?

  • A volunteer form will be included in your summer registration packet and can be turned in at the time of your student's registration or can be mailed to the school.

Can I Serve On The Grandview PTCO Executive Board?

  • YES! We welcome your enthusiasm!

What Is An Executive Board?

  • It is the officers (Co-Presidents, Co-1st & Co-2nd Vice Presidents, Co-Secretaries, and Co-Treasurers) of the Grandview PTCO that hold the responsibilities of finance, secretarial, volunteer committees, planning of some school events, and most importantly, COMMUNICATION to the school community!

Who Do I Call To Volunteer To Serve On The 2011 - 2012 Executive Board?

  • Deena Rowe 303.680.3229 

How Much Of A Time Commitment Is High School Executive Board?

  • It is much less than you might have experienced in elementary or middle school.
  • On average, we are able to keep it to no more than five hours a week (those hours may be increased during major events such as After-Prom or the annual Fundraiser when the entire board helps out as much as they are able).
  • Also, the benefits of co-positions on the board allow you to share responsibilities with someone else. Therefore, you are allowed flexibility of time with your elected position.
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