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2020-2021 Oak PTO Committees

Dear Oak Parents,

Thank you for taking the time to volunteer. As you know, many events wouldn't be possible without your support.  They may not always tell you, but the kids really appreciate your time and energy spent at Oak!

There are a few committees still in need of chairs, specifically: Birthday Lunch, Science Fair, and Artsonia. If you are interested in chairing any one of those committees please contact Christina Dimitropoulos and Amy Nixon at [email protected]  Any chair positions that cannot be filled will result in the absence of that event/activity during this school year.

There will be a room parent and class party sign up genius in August when teacher assignments have been provided to all students. You will receive multiple notifications prior to this email signup coming out. It is possible that come fall we may need to modify some committees to reflect whatever the current social distancing recommendations are. We will do our best to communicate any changes as quickly as we can and provide the needed assistance to any committee.

Thank you and take care,

Christina & Amy

 

 

Created by:   Christina Dimitropoulos
 
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Community Readers- Nicole Rosenbaum Perdomo (3)

This committee will reach out to community members and Oak school relatives to read to the children in their classrooms. A welcome coffee is held which the chairperson plans and executes.

 
1 of 3 slots filled
Colleen Seidman

Family Connections: Amy Nixon and Christina Dimitropoulos (10)

This committee will plan and execute a daughter's event and a son's event. Dates TBD

 
3 of 10 slots filled
Marina Fricilone
Jessica Montrie
Rohini Mathrani

Book Fair: Amy Cannon and Megan Linn (10)

Community Readers - Grace Shin (4) This committee will reach out to community members and Oak school relatives to read to the children in their classrooms. A welcome coffee is held which the chairperson plans and executes.

 

Artsonia: Laura Kendall

Artsonia is the largest student art museum in the world! Every child can have an online art gallery and keep their masterpieces in a digital portfolio! This committee will work with Mrs. Nederhouser to archive student artwork.

 
No Volunteer

5th Grade Events: Alexis Braden, Jen Chillo, Caren De Vita and Lindsey Henry (15)

This committee will identify, plan and execute special events for the Oak fifth grade students. These events may include service projects, family picnic and class gift.

 
7 of 15 slots filled
Nicole Rosenbaum
Grace Shin
Monica Sodikoff
Katie Storino
Katie Szafarczyk
Bernadette Aulivola
Anna Fiascone

Grounds Committee: Amy McCauley (4)

This committee will change the outdoor planters with the seasons, and help maintain our new outdoor classroom as needed.

 
1 of 4 slots filled
Katie Szafarczyk

Chess Club: Chair vacancy (4)

Chess Club meets Wednesdays immediately after school and runs Sept. through March. Taught by professional chess masters; the Chess chair supervises each session. Please sign up if you are willing to help on occasion with meetings or tournament support.

 

Blah Buster: Marina Fricilone and Jessica Montrie (10)

A Fun family event held at Oak School. Volunteers needed to help with planning, set-up, games, food, etc. Date Mid-Winter TBD

 

Field Day: Sonja Gill and Darlene Bingham (10)

This committee will be responsible for planning Field Day. This event takes place the last week of school.

 
7 of 10 slots filled
Katie Storino
Wan Cai
Mary Osanloo
Emily Maissami
Colleen Seidman
Anna Fiascone
Jenn Riordan

Holiday Market: Nicole Rosenbaum Perdomo (10)

The volunteers plan and run a one day event at Oak where kids can buy items for family members under 10$, date in early December

 

Office helpers: Natalie Frierott (8)

Volunteers help in the school office with miscellaneous jobs for the teachers and school secretary. Jobs include copying, assembling packets, stuffing mailboxes, etc. Volunteer time can be flexible and scheduled weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.

 
3 of 8 slots filled
Lauren Caruso
Wan Cai
Clemen Meyer

Science Fair: Sabrina Pena, (1) chair vacancy (4)

Help organize and run school science fair.

 

Cultural Night: Grace Shin (10)

Help plan an evening at Oak school where families can choose a culture showcase for all to learn about.

 
4 of 10 slots filled
Nicole Rosenbaum
Liona Trombly
Wan Cai
Mary Osanloo

Student Enrichment: Dawn McGrath

Organize student after school enrichment programs and clubs throughout the year.

 
No Volunteer

Kids Care Club:Grace Shin, Jill Sunderson, Maureen Rogero (3)

Kids Care Club is a service-based club for students in Grades 3-5 who work on projects benefiting the community. Committee volunteers support all club efforts, including monthly meetings held Fridays from 7:45ÃM

 
1 of 3 slots filled
Janice D'Arco

Library Helpers: Stephanie Konieczka (15)

This committee will work directly with MRC director and provide needed assistance in the MRC and act as a liaison between parents, teachers and the PTO.

 
7 of 15 slots filled
Mary Osanloo
Emily Maissami
Colleen Seidman
Kelly Garber
Kirsten Douglass
Clemen Meyer
Jenn Riordan

Staff Appreciation: Denys Kang and Grace Shin (5)

This committee plans and executes events throughout the year. Major events including a Welcome Back Staff Breakfast, a Teacher’s Holiday Lunch, Teacher Appreciation Week in May and Principal's Appreciation Day.

 
2 of 5 slots filled
Liona Trombly
Wan Cai

Welcome and Social: Alexis Braden, Jen Chillo, Caren De Vita, Mary Osanloo, Emily Maissami (3)

Organize coffee on the first day of school for parents, a "New Kindergartener Parent/Child Picnic" and Oak Parent Mixer. Volunteers contact and welcome new families entering Oak during the year.

 
All slots filled
Katie Storino
Liona Trombly
Emily Maissami

On the Move: Natalie Frierott (15)

This committee is responsible for the Bike Rodeo and Walk to School Day. The Bike Rodeo, held in early fall, is for 3rd grade students and new Oak students in grades 3-5. The Rodeo educates the children on bike safety and responsible bike riding.

 
1 of 15 slots filled
Katie Storino

Directory: Kristin Griffin

The PTO prepares a yearly school directory that includes class lists, telehone numbers and email addresses

 
No Volunteer

Spelling Bee: Carolyn Burger (5)

Plan, organize & execute Spelling Bee at Oak School.

 
3 of 5 slots filled
Monica Sodikoff
Carrie Thangamani
Carrie Thangamani
Janice D'Arco

Yearbook and Picture Day: Melissa Lapica and Monica Sodikoff (20)

This committee works with yearbook staff to take pictures of various Oak events throughout the year for yearbook submission. Time commitment is flexible. Committee members attend events based on needs of the yearbook, including Picture Day.

 
10 of 20 slots filled
Lauren Caruso
Jamie Muehlhauser
Liona Trombly
Khumara Asad
Holly McLaughlin
Caren De Vita
Emily Maissami
Colleen Seidman
Kirsten Douglass
Clemen Meyer

Spirit wear: Katie Storino (4)

This committee orders the Oak School spirit wear for the school year. Preparations begin in July working with a clothing supplier.

 
2 of 4 slots filled
Katie Storino
Mark Montgomery

School Supplies: Nicki Hutter and Grace Shin (5)

Organize, order and deliver school supplies to classrooms for beginning of school year. Time commitment involves a few hours in late winter, early spring and the week before school starts.

 
1 of 5 slots filled
Clemen Meyer

Birthday Lunch: Chair vacancy (4)

This committee plans and executes once a month birthday lunches with the Principal for children whose birthdays fall in that month.

 

Lunch-In: Denys Kang (5)

This committee plans and coordinates special hot lunches for Grades 1-5. Volunteers are needed to assist w/planning, ordering, arrival, preparations & clean up. Volunteers also coordinate with the individual classroom helpers on event days.

 
2 of 5 slots filled
Katie Storino
Anna Fiascone

International Fest: Denys Kang (5)

This committee works with the On The Move Committee to announce a country at Walk To School Day in October that Hootie will visit during International Week. The committee creates a series of activities culminating in an assembly for the children.

 
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