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Parent Involvement / L.P.T.L.

PARENT INVOLVEMENT AT ST. PAUL

St. Paul Lutheran School is proud to have an active and productive Parent Teacher League. All parents with students enrolled at St. Paul automatically are members of the LPTL (Lutheran Parent Teacher League). The LPTL sponsors many programs and events throughout the school year. Its mission is to enrich the academic and social life within the school community by enthusiastically promoting fundraising events and fellowship activities. The LPTL’s various fundraisers have allowed it to contribute to the school’s infrastructure in many visible ways, and the activities it promotes serve to develop a relationship between educators and parents to secure the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education – all for the benefit of the children.

There are many annual events and programs to be involved in and attend. The Ice Cream Social, Swing Ding Golf Tournament and Family Fun Day, Pumpkin Patch, Santa’s Shop, Christmas Luncheon and Fashion Show, Boosterthon, Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day, and the Spring Gala Dinner & Auction are our biggest events. These provide memorable times for parents and students alike. New parents are always welcome and encouraged to become involved.

The LPTL Executive Board’s membership represents each level of education at St. Paul, from Pre-School 3 (PS-3) throughout middle school. The Board keeps parents informed of events and volunteer opportunities via a weekly electronic newsletter and through Member Meetings throughout the school year. The Member Meetings are open to all parents. Parents are encouraged to attend, ask questions and provide feedback to the LPTL Executive Board.

Parents can get involved in many other ways also. Classroom Representatives are requested at the beginning of the year. The library and classroom teachers ask parents to help in many different ways when available. We appreciate all our parents do to make St. Paul the special place that it is!