Parent Teacher Organization

 The PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) at Central High School is an organization of parents, teachers, administrators, and community members. Our goal is to encourage volunteer work at our school in order to build a stronger community. We accomplish this by first getting out the information to parents so they can be more involved their child’s school. While some members of the PTO are able to volunteer time, we value the memberships of all parents regardless of their time donated. The PTO contributes to Central High School in many ways, such as helping in the library, decorating at school functions, serving and sending food for teacher snack days, hosting the teacher Christmas party, helping with various school projects, and working in the spirit store.  The funds for these activities come from the annual PTO membership fees and profits from CHS merchandise sold at the spirit store located at the football stadium. The PTO also collects Community coffee labels.

At a PTO meeting held at the end of each school year, PTO officers and committee leaders are elected for the upcoming school year. The 2015-16 CHS PTO officers are as follows:

President –Melanie Cooke
Vice President –Amy Brewer
Secretary- Kelli Stafford (865)607-8034
Treasurer- Kara Kepper
Reporter- Shelly Wintz
Staff Representative- Scott Credeur
Spirit Store and stadium signs- Renee Anselmo

Snack Day Coordinator - Denise Rodgers
Community Coffee Label Coordinator - Kathy Wesley 
All of these officers and leaders donate their time to help support Central High School. No matter how much or how little you are able to assist the CHS PTO, your efforts are greatly appreciated. “Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little.” Edmund Burke


Central Community School System is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or qualified disability.
Central High School is a Title I school. We receive funds to provide additional academic support and learning opportunities to help low-achieving children. The purpose of Title I funding is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
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