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Parent Teacher Organization
PTO allows for parents and families to support the students at our school in all different ways. Go to our calendar to see what programs and events are scheduled. Come join us!

Click here to learn more about PTO’s mission, objectives, and responsibilities.

General Information
Who are the PTO members?
All the parents of children who currently attend Valley View Adventist School are automatically members. Parents are required to volunteer 20 hours per family through the entire school year. 10 hours must be completed before the end of the 1st Semester.
Volunteer opportunities include helping teachers and school staff with:

  • Field trips with your child’s class,
  • Sports Day
  • Community Service Days
  • The Fall Festival
  • The Christmas Program
  • The Talent Show
  • The Spring Program
  • Tutoring
  • After School Sports
  • After School Clubs
  • Refreshments
  • Other needs

Ask your child’s teacher or contact the school office to volunteer your time where your talents and the school’s needs meet.

Homeroom Parent Volunteers

Homeroom Parent volunteers assist classroom teachers with parties and special projects. The teacher determines the best ways the Homeroom Parent can help the teacher and represent the classroom with various activities. Two (2) homeroom parents are preferred for each classroom. Come to one of our meetings to learn more and find out how you can help us with your creative ideas.

“I think it lightens a child’s heart when they see their parents at school helping out. Actually, the children think it is really cool :)”

“When we volunteer, we teach our children the lesson derived from Mathew 22:37, 39. When we serve others, we serve God.”

Please turn in all collected boxtops to the school office. Thank you to all those that participate in this simple fundraiser!


Q: How do I get a tax-deductible receipt for all the Cookie Dough and/or other items that my co-workers and I bought from my kid’s school?
A: Money spent on the Cookie Dough is not tax-deductible because money was traded for goods–in this case Cookie Dough or Perfect Present. See IRS Publication 526. Consult with your professional tax person for more details.
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