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The Scholls Heights Parent Teacher Organization (SHPTO) is volunteer led organization at Scholls Heights Elementary School. Our sole focus is on our school community.



SHPTO is a nonprofit organization governed to promote the

well-being of each student, and to enhance their learning experience at home and at school.  

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Our Mission

The Scholls Heights Parent Teacher Organization (SHPTO) is about our students and our community. Our mission is to promote volunteerism and to foster teamwork among parents, teachers, staff, and students so as to provide a healthy and constructive learning environment for each student.

 

Our by-laws.

Our Values

At the Scholls Heights PTO, we believe in the values of kindness, respect, responsibility, hard work, and having fun.  These values guide us in everything we do and help us create a positive and supportive environment for our students, families and staff. 

To ensure an effective and productive PTO, we have established a code of conduct that represents the minimum standards of behavior and performance. While it cannot cover every possible situation that may arise as a SHPTO member, this code is intended to guide your behavior and interactions within the community. Adhering to these principles and behaviors will help create a positive and collaborative environment for all members of the Scholls Heights community.

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Join our Meetings

SHPTO Community Meetings happen September - May on the first Wednesday of the month at 6pm PST. Join us via Zoom.

Meeting ID: 433 324 2584

Password: SHPTO

Our  Board

The SHPTO is run by a team of elected volunteers who have a connection to a student that attends Scholls Heights Elementary.

Each board member serves a two-year term in their roles.

President

Erin Longmate

Erin is a Beaverton native and full-time working mother of two Scholls Heights students. 

Outside of her work with the Scholls Heights PTO, she enjoys planning trips and adventures for her family and goldendoodle.

She is elated to serve the Scholls Heights community for her 4th year on the board. 

President

Stacey Andrews

Stacey is mom of two and excited to be serving on the SHPTO board again this year! Her son is a 2nd grader and her daughter will start at Scholls Heights in the fall of '24.

 

She is looking forward to all of the fun activities on the calendar for the school year - including the Monster Mash Bash, FunRun and annual Auction!

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Sarah Maginnis

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Rachael Styer

Sarah is a mom to one first grader (and two senior dogs you might see around the neighborhood), a full-time employee, a first year SHPTO board member, and an introverted extrovert.

She loves rewatching New Girl, wearing overalls, and finding the joy in little things.

 

Sarah hopes to see new faces this year supporting our students, and wants the community to know that all are welcome and accepted to volunteer at Scholls Heights!

Treasurer

Jennifer Boesche

Julia Carreria

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Megan Strawn

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Suzanne Tenney

Jennifer is a Mom to 4 amazing kids. She has a son in 4th grade and has twin girls in 1st grade at Scholls Heights. She also has a 23 year old daughter.

This is her second year on the PTO board. She has a passion for being involved and volunteering. She enjoys having the opportunity to make a positive impact on our children's school experience and creating the best possible learning environment for all the students.

volunteer coordinator

Mini Baru

Mini is a full-time working mom and who loves to hike and try out new vegetarian cuisines.  She has a middle schooler, Dhruva who attended Scholls Heights for all his elementary years and an almost 4th grader Aadya.

She is looking forward to giving back to our community, especially the school and its amazing staff, who have and continue to enrich our lives in so many ways.

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Deena Selbak

Deena is the daughter of immigrants, a mama of two Scholls Heights students, and an Enneagram 2W3. 

 

After spending 13 years in the corporate world, she now owns and runs a curated and custom gifting company, Ames and Oates, and is also a family and branding photographer. 

 

She believes in celebrating life, and in supporting her people - in any and all forms that it takes.

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