Bay Park Elementary 2023-24 Fundraiser
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How to Get Involved at Bay Park Elementary

There are lots of ways you can becoming involved at Bay Park Elementary. Read below on how you can start to help.

  • Become the Room Parent. Teachers love it when a second set of hands are available to come in and help out.

  • Spread the Word! Don’t have time to spare, but love to rally the troops behind a great cause?

  • Volunteer on Konstella. We can always use help for an upcoming event.

Have questions about helping?

We’ve put together this short FAQ on some of our most common questions

How much time does being a PTA officer require?2023-09-13T21:28:23-07:00
  • PTA officers must attend 1 Board Meeting per month of the school year they are elected to office. Board meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Board meetings are closed to the public and last between 1 and 1.5 hours. Childcare will not be provided at this time.
  • PTA officers must attend 3 PTA Association meetings in the school year they are elected to office. PTA Association meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday in Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, and May (dates may change due to holidays). These meetings are open to all PTA members and community members who wish to attend. Each meeting lasts between 1 to 2 hours. Childcare will not be provided at this time.
What is required financially of a PTA officer?2023-09-13T21:27:30-07:00
  • The only financial requirement is that all officers are required to be a PTA member. Membership dues are $20/year.
  • What about training costs? Workshops are available for some positions at no cost to the volunteer.
  • Officers are not expected to incur any out-of-pocket expenses because they follow the PTA budget and work within a budgeted amount. Materials and supplies used during the course of your volunteer service are approved expenses in the PTA budget and you know ahead of time what that approved amount is.
Who can serve?2023-09-13T21:26:40-07:00

Men, women, parents, grandparents, teachers, staff and members of the community who are members of the Bay Park PTA ($20.00 annual dues) can serve as an officer or a board member. You do not have to have a student at Bay Park Elementary to serve on the PTA. Good candidates for PTA officers are adults who have willingness to

  • Learn what the PTA’s purposes and policies are and to follow them.
  • Reflect and embrace diversity of the school community.
  • Participate in leadership training programs when necessary.
  • Create a climate of support and mutual respect.
  • Act in the best interest of PTA and it’s mission of One Voice. Every Child.
  • Attend 1 board meeting a month and 3 association meetings for the school year.



Dad’s OGreat Students (DOGS) is a group of male volunteers that plan activities for the student body. These activities are focused on the bonding time between a student and their father, grandfather, uncle or any other male role model in their life.

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