"Collaborating for a Better School Experience"

We are a team of parent volunteers that strive to enhance the educational experience of students at Meadowbrook Elementary School by fostering a strong partnership between parents, teachers and the community.

PTO Mission

  • To promote an environment in which every student has the opportunity to grow intellectually, socially and emotionally.

  • To promote a close relationship between the home and the school, so parents, guardians, teachers, school staff and school administrators may cooperate in the education and enrichment of the students.

  • To raise funds for the benefit of the Meadowbrook School and students.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. What does the PTO do?
    Meadowbrook PTO is here to help facilitate communication and cooperation between parents, teachers, and school administrators in order to create a positive and productive learning environment for students.  Below is a list of activities and responsibilites that the PTO undertakes:

    Fundraising

    • Hassle Free Fundraiser
    • Back-to-School Kona Ice Truck
    • Fall and Winter Treats
    • Restaurant Fundraisers
    • Spirit Wear
    • School Supplies

    Programs and Services

    • Pizza Lunch (twice a month)
    • Marla's Lunch
    • Classroom Parties
    • Birthday Signs
    • 5th Grade Breakfast, Awards and Yearbook

    Community Building Events

    • Back-to-School Social
    • Winter Bash (Meadowbrook Only Parent's Night Out)
    • Cheers to 28 (All District 28 Schools Parent's Night Out)
    • International Night
    • End of Year Ice Cream Social and Family Picnic
    • Field Day

    Educational Enrichments

    • Scholastic Book Fair
    • Field Trips for all Grade Levels
    • Science Fair

    Year-round Teacher Appreciation

    • Staff Holiday Luncheon
    • Dinners for faculty and staff during Parent-Teacher conferences
    • Teacher Appreciation Week
    • Staff Gifts

  2. What is Paperless PTO?
    Paperless PTO is the entire District 28 PTO's website and mobile app hosting company. They provide e-commerce website and mobile apps to Meadowbrook PTO and all the other PTOs under District 28.

  3. How can I help?
    The Meadowbrook PTO is dependent on the invaluable contributions of our parent volunteers.  They are the driving force behind the various programs, services and events planned throughout the school year.  Whether you're a pro at event planning, a tech whiz, a creative guru, or just eager to lend a helping hand, we have a spot for you. Visit the Committees page to find a role that works for you.

  4. How does the PTO raise money?
    Annual membership dues per family ($10). This fee mostly covers our operational costs like website hosting, custom domain (www.meadowbrookpto.com) and credit card processing fees. Our annual Hassle Free Fundraiser ($25 suggested), Restaurant and Special Treat Fundraisers as well as various Programs like Pizza Lunch, Marla's Lunch, Birthday Signs are all used to support our Teacher Grants, Programs, Events and Fundraising expenses.


PTO End-of-year Survey
(SY 2023-2024):

Thank you for supporting the PTO this school year. We want to continue supporting the Meadowbrook school community the best way we possibly can, if you have a few minutes we'd like to get your feedback.


Quick Links:

Open position: VP of Administration

There is an opportunity to become a part of the Meadowbrook PTO Executive Board. Embark on an exciting journey of learning, growth, and preparation to ascend to the role of PTO President. You can submit your name here or reach out to Kristine Lewis or Kate Sweas if you'd like to know more about the role.

Meadowbrook Staff Favorites

Our children spend about 1,000 hours a year in the classroom with them but what does your child's teacher really like? We've taken the guess work out for you and put together a list of our Meadowbrook Staff Favorites

Do you have a 5th Grader this school year? Don't forget the 5th Grade Event Fees and submit the Yearbook requests


PTO Events Calendar