01/08/19 PTC Meeting Notes

Glendale PTC Meeting Notes

Date: January 8, 2019  6:30 PM

Location of Meeting: Glendale Media Center

AttendanceAngie Carrigan, Angie Caputo, Jennifer Molitor, Melanie Anderson, Josh Kiefer, Kassandra Miller, Nicole Boyles, Elizabeth Soucoup, Lynn Sikkink, Josh Mueller


Minutes Review from 12/11/18reviewed by Kassandra Miller


Teacher’s Report: Mrs. Anderson

  • Everyone had a great holiday break and are getting back into their routines in the classrooms.
  • Teachers were able to see Mr. Deris’ classroom with the flexible seating he has to get ideas for their own classrooms.
  • Lia Quinn is asking for any prizes from the Valentine’s Day celebration for this year’s Kindness day with an I Love to Read tie in.


Principal’s Report: Mrs. Molitor

  • Flexible seating has been discussed with teachers and options have been looked at.
  • Review of expectations on buses was reviewed with students.
  • Second grade testing is underway. It is online this year instead of with paper and pencil. It is a learning experience for all.
  • There is a 4th and 5th grade geography bee on January 10.
  • CARES breakfast is January 9. Teaming with child nutrition has been working very well.
  • A district-wide elementary PTC meeting is tentatively planned for May to discuss elementary celebrations.


Treasurer’s Report: Josh Mueller

  • 16 of 45 teacher allocations have been paid out.


Box Tops/Milk Moola: Amy Morrill via Angie Carrigan

  • Milk Moola has ended their fundraising as of 12/31/18. We have until 3/31/19 to submit any collected labels. Our final submission date will be 3/20/19.


Snack Cart: Lynn Sikkink

  • 8 new donations were submitted with 3 of them being full donations. 2 scholarships were given.
  • There is a pro-rated rate of $32 now thru the end of the year for any new students wanting snack cart.
  • Our balance currently sits around $15,000.


School Store: Nicole Boyles

  • The school store will be open Friday, January 10. There will be 3 cashiers instead of 2.
  • Questions regarding using funds from last year was discussed and resolved.
  • The new water bottles and hair ties are selling well.


DOGS: Josh Keifer

  • Pancake breakfast was very successful.
  • The next event is Winter Blast on February 1 from 6-8pm.
  • Whisper phones are being distributed to teachers.
  • A Lego wall has been constructed for the 1st graders and others to use.
  • DOGS will partner with PTC in purchasing new water fountains with water bottle fill stations. DOGS will donate $1000 for the water fountains.


Event Coordinators: Angie Caputo and Elizabeth Soucoup

  • ESTEM night is coming on January 18 from 6:15-8:00. A sign-up genius will be going out for parent volunteers. $3.00 meal deals will be available.
  • Chromebooks or Ipads will be used from the media center.


President/Vice-President: Angie Carrigan 

  • Carnival planning is underway. New volunteers are needed to learn everything for future years of carnival success.
  • FunRun money was discussed.
  • A motion for $4000 to be used for new water dispensers was passed.
  • A motion for $450 to be used to purchase musical keyboards was also passed.



January 18:  ESTEM Night at Glendale from 6:15p.m.-8:00 p.m.

February (all month): I LOVE to Read Month

February 1:  DOGS Winter Blast

February 12:  PTC Meeting at Glendale 6:30 p.m.

February 27: Spring Picture Day