St. Pius's PTG (Parent-Teacher Guild) is an organization of parents striving to compliment the needs of our students and teachers. Our mission is to enhance the education of our students by raising funds that are not provided for in the school budget, as well as to coordinate activities which enrich our school. While the PTG is led by a team of four board members, every parent is a member of the PTG and we achieve the best results with active members! Parents are highly encouraged to attend meetings, volunteer for committees, and help make decisions on how to best enhance our school. You can play a key role in your child's spiritual, social, and academic development by being an active member of PTG!
|Vice President||Julia Salzer|
St. Pius X Panther Wear
“Spiritwear Wednesdays” take place every week when students are permitted to wear a St. Pius spiritwear top or sweatshirt with their uniform bottoms, jumper, or skirt. Support your PTG and help build school spirit by purchasing spiritwear! Spiritwear will be available for purchase through The Point throughout the school year. Times when the Spiritwear website will be open will be communicated to all families through PawPrints and our Facebook Page.
PTG meets regularly throughout year. Meetings are held in the PMR at 7:00 P.M. Specific dates are communicated via PawPrints. Attendance is highly encouraged, and we look forward to collaborating with all who attend. All are welcome!
PTG Ongoing Fundraisers
PTG partners with Edgewood LaRosa's (The 1st Wed) and Erlanger Skyline (The 3rd Wed) each month. Have a night off from cooking by placing an order on these nights and simply mention St. Pius so that PTG will receive 10% of your order. Also, remember to register and use your Kroger Rewards Card and Remke Plus Card in order for a portion of your purchase to go toward St. Pius PTG. PTG also collects Boxtops! http://www.boxtopsforeducation.info. Info on collection dates throughout the school year will be communicated via Pawprints.
Two other main fundraisers occur through the school year and many, many hands will be needed to make these a success! Please consider donating your time and talent to our school when the planning process for these things begin. Pawprints notices will give you all the information you will need to volunteer!
These are some of the many ways to get involved in PTG:
|Vice President||Julia Salzer|
|Panther Pumpkin Run||Melissa Kramer|
|Enchanted Evening - Feb 25th||Stefanie Simon|
|Spirit Wear||Traci Hanser|
|School Directory||Sarah Franxman|
|Kroger Rewards||Traci Hanser|
|Remke Rewards||Sara Franxman|
|Box Tops||Lydia Barrett|
|Vision/Hearing Screening||Emily Ireland|
|Staff Christmas Cards||Amy Fedders|
|Candy Bar Sales||Anne Marie Fitz|
|Homeroom Parents||Anne Marie Fitz|
|Everybody Counts - March 23rd||Carrie Keniepp (last year)
Megan Dorgan (co-chair) - March
|Teacher Appreciation - May 1st - 5th||Cathy VonLehman / Erin Tate|
|Quarterly Teacher Luncheons - come up with theme lunch,
create sign up genius and help coordinate
|Deborah Blau / Whitney Hoeffer|
|Monthly Teacher Treats||Deborah Blau / Whitney Hoeffer|
|Teacher Conferences Dinner - Tues before thanksgiving||Suzanne Baute / Brittany Whitney|
|Reconciliation Reception||Julia Salzer|
|8th Grade Graduation||Julia Salzer|
|8th Grade Confirmation||Julia Salzer|
|Science Fair - end of January - Feb 3rd||Candice Godsey|
|Used Uniform Sale||Kelley Hungler|
|Facebook/Social Media||Traci Hanser|
|Grandparent's Day - 9/23||Michelle Christensen / Jen Burling|
|New Family Mentor||Candice Godsey|
|Daughter/Son Events||Traci Hanser / Amy Fedders|
|Trunk or Treat with food trucks and fire pits
(special invite for new families)
|Field Day||Julia Salzer|
|Feast of SPX||Erin Tate|
Please visit our Facebook page for news and updates!
**Please note that all parents who wish to be involved at St. Pius are REQUIRED to become VIRTUS certified. It is your responsibility to remain compliant so you may participate in any St. Pius activity involving our children.
“Volunteers don’t necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.”