ESM Jr-Sr High School PTSO
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What is the ESM PTSO?
We are a non-profit organization made up of dedicated volunteers, teachers, support staff, administration and students, serving 7th-12th grade students at ESM. We work together in planning fundraising activities to benefit the students and faculty at the Jr-Sr High School.
- This past year, the PTSO held our 11th Annual Auction/Fashion Show, which was a huge success.
- Our Drop and Shop event is also a fun night that many look forward to.
- These events, among many others, help raise funds for senior scholarships, assemblies, and grade level activities.
Everything we do is based on volunteers. We look forward to meeting parents/guardians and students who would like to get involved with the PTSO. Click here is you are interested in joining our organization. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas to help make the 2019-2020 school year a great one.
Executive Board 2019-2020
ESM JR SR HIGH SCHOOL
Charisse Ruiz, President
Stacy Sbaschnik, Vice President
Laura Cosgrove, Corresponding Secretary
Erica Sickles, Recording Secretary
Kim Devito, Treasurer
Mrs. Jeannette Keicher
Assistant Principal, ESM Jr-Sr HS
SAVE THE DATE!
12th Annual Fashion Show & Auction
April 23, 2020
Box TOPS for Education
General Mills launched Box Tops for Education in 1996 on its cereal boxes. Since then, the program has given more than $400 million to schools across the country. Today, 30,000 schools participate in this nationwide fundraising program. New products are being added to the program constantly, so keep your eye out for the logo on your favorite products.
In these tough economic times, every little bit helps. An easy, painless way to help is to start clipping Box Tops for Education. Hundreds of products participate in the program, and you probably already have several in your pantry, freezer and fridge right now! Participating companies and product lines include General Mills, Green Giant, Totinos, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, Ziploc, Hefty, Juicy Juice, Betty Crocker and many more.
For every Box Top you clip, your child's school will receive 10 cents. While that may not sound like a lot, it adds up quickly. Each school can receive up to $20,000 per school year from clipped Box Tops. So, grab your scissors and keep an eye out for the Box Tops for Education logo on the products you use every day. Once you're done with the product, clip the Box Top before you throw it away. Be sure to look over the whole box: Some packages offer bonus Box Tops. Simply send the clipped Box Tops into your school with your child. The school will deal with turning them in.
Getting everyone involved! Make a Box Tops for Education collection box and leave it at your work, church, gym,or community center. Make a small sign letting people know where to find Box Tops for Education and what they provide. If you get your whole community involved, you'll be making money for your school in no time.
For more information, you can contact Michelle Reis at Reism@esmonline.org or drop off your box tops at the ESM Junior-Senior High School attendance office.