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Our Goals

The Beryl PTA serves to promote the goals of the Parent Teacher Association which include:

  • Promoting the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship
  • Raising the standards of home life
  • Securing adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth
  • Bringing into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth
  • Developing between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education

Membership & You

PTA Membership is open to all Beryl families, students and teachers and is strongly encouraged. PTA provides many valuable programs to the school through fund raising and volunteer work. By joining PTA you will directly help support your childr

PTA Membership is open to all Beryl families, students and teachers and is strongly encouraged. PTA provides many valuable programs to the school through fund raising and volunteer work. By joining PTA you will directly help support your childr

PTA Membership is open to all Beryl families, students and teachers and is strongly encouraged. PTA provides many valuable programs to the school through fund raising and volunteer work. By joining PTA you will directly help support your children and the school.

Did you know that the National PTA is the oldest and largest volunteer association working exclusively on behalf of all children and youth?

Beryl General Assembly meetings are held once a month, in either the school library or cafeteria. Please show your school spirit by attending a meeting and joining the Beryl PTA.

Do you know a business that would like to support programs at Beryl? Please contact the Beryl PTA and let them know who. It’s time to Join the Beryl Bunch. The annual Beryl PTA drive is on please join today.

Our 2016-2017 Executive Board

                      Jennifer Newman President
  Mo Nwankwo Vice-President
  Susan Langston Secretary
   Jessica Rendes Treasurer
  Krystin Murray Auditor
  Romina Gorordo Financial Secretary
  Katie Cocco Historian
  Saori Watkins Parliamentarian

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Why join the PTA?

“As a working mom I was not as knowledgeable as I wanted to be with what was going on at the school and when and where activities for the students were being held. I went to few PTA meetings and even fewer school activities. My son did not feel like he was a part of the school and that he wanted to go to the activities that go on after school hours. So I joined the PTA so I can be more aware of the activities around the school and to meet the parents of the children that my son plays with. This was the best thing I could have done, by doing this my love for this school has grown and I have realized how wonderful the families are.”

Liz – Beryl Parent

“When I got involved in the PTA I was working full time and my daughter was in kindergarten. I needed a way to stay in the loop and the PTA seemed like a good bet.”

Susi – Beryl Parent

“When I first came to Beryl Heights, I did not know anyone, and did not want to be disconnected from my child's education. I looked for ways to become involved in the school, and finally met our PTA president. She was very inviting, and let me know about all the good the PTA does for the school. She told me about all of the ways I could be involved, and really help to make a difference. Joining the PTA has been amazing. I have met extraordinary women, and get to be involved in the school in many ways. I have gotten to work with the teachers, the administration, the parents, and the children of our school. Being part of the PTA has pushed me to go back to school to get my teaching credential. I encourage everyone to join the PTA, and help to make a difference.”

Kirsten – Beryl Parent

“I came to Beryl 6 years ago when my daughter was in first grade. Having missed the important bonding that happens in kindergarten, I was looking for a way to meet the families of Beryl. One of the mom’s on my daughter’s soccer team was very active in the Beryl PTA. She asked me to take over assemblies for her and I found myself with a chair position in my first year. I have been a part of PTA since that day. I love being involved and I’ve made some amazing friends!”

Rhonda – Beryl Parent

"I got involved with the PTA because my neighbor Dawn asked me to come to the meetings. I wasn't very involved and only went occasionally until the Auditor position opened up and I volunteered to do it. This was the first position I had come across that matched up with my interests and skill set. There is a need for all types of people to participate because the range of skills needed is very broad and all are valued."

Teresa – Beryl Parent

“As I entered the world of elementary school with my now 4th grade son I didn't know what to expect. We had PTA board members in our kindergarten class and they asked me to come to the PTA meeting. I have now been a very active part of the Beryl PTA and I don't see that changing in the near future.”

Michelle Anderson – Beryl Parent