Parent Teacher League

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6


PTL is the Saint Luke Parent Teacher League, which is comprised of parents, teachers and staff of the school community. If you have a child, or children, at Saint Luke, you are automatically a member of the PTL. There is no cost to join and we welcome your support at our meetings and on our committees. 


PTL MISSION 
The mission of PTL is to support the school and keep parents informed and connected while providing an opportunity to further develop a positive, family-friendly Christian community. Our main objective is to foster Christian education. We do this by bringing the home and the school into a close relationship, with parents and teachers cooperating in educating the children.


PTL PURPOSE 
The purpose of PTL is two-fold. First, to support the school through a parent volunteer system. PTL helps manage and coordinate some of the various volunteer opportunities that truly help the school function on a daily basis. Second, PTL supports the school by providing incremental funds and monetary support generated through select events. The events are organized by PTL volunteers and all of the events/initiatives are in support of the overall mission and vision of the school.


STRUCTURE OF PTL 
PTL is led by a team of officers who help set the overall plan for the year and provides guidance for key committees. In addition to the officers, each event has a leader. Event leaders are identified to coordinate specific plans and needs with each event. All parents in the school are encouraged to participate in activities that would interest them and volunteer their time on that committee accordingly.


MEETINGS 
PTL meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm for approximately one hour. The individual committee leaders and teams meet periodically through the year as needed.


GETTING INVOLVED  
Parents are encouraged to attend the monthly PTL meetings. However, parents can get involved any time throughout the year, although most committees encourage parents to sign up at the beginning of the year so that plans can be made and responsibilities can be determined.


Opportunities Available to Support Saint Luke