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The Parent-Teacher Club Wants You!

PTC Meetings Start at 6:00 p.m.

The Peru Schools Parent-Teacher Club is a great way to become involved in your child's school. PTC is an all volunteer organization and the help of everyone is needed to ensure a meaningful and fun year for our children.

Through PTC, parents, teachers and school leaders work together to plan activities throughout the year. Some recent activities PTC funds have supported include but are not limited to: assemblies, field trips, classroom equipment and supplies, playground equipment and year-end festivities. We are always looking for new ideas and activities that will help our children, so please plan to attend and get involved, or contact any of the officers listed below. You can also send a message to PTC@perued.net if you are interested in getting involved.

Step It Up Kids Fundraiser!

In 2020, our Parent-Teacher Club exceeded our fundraising goal and raised over $35,000 with the new STEP IT UP crowd funding program! We knew our families were ready for something different than the traditional fundraiser, and clearly that was the case. We cannot thank our students, parents and community enough for the effort that was made last year. No one likes fundraising, but we have truly tried to do something fun and simple that will actually raise the amount of money to let PTC do what it does best...support our kids with great activities and programs at Northview and Parkside Schools. We are continuing this successful fundraiser again this year.

August 30th was the launch of our 2021 STEP IT UP Fundraiser. From student assemblies, dances/events, incentive programs, fun classroom supplies and activities, to field trips, the year-end picnic and fun run, this fundraiser allows Peru PTC to "Fund the Fun"!

Friends and Family, thank you for your support once again this year!

2023-24 PTC Meeting Dates, Agendas and Minutes

All meetings will be held at 6:00 p.m. in the Northview Elementary School Library.

The meeting dates for 2023-24 are as follows (click for the meeting agendas and minutes when available):

Meeting Date Agenda Minutes
September 12, 2023 9-12-2023 Agenda 9-12-2023 Minutes
October 10, 2023    
November 14, 2023    
January 9, 2024    
February 13, 2024    
March 12, 2024    
April 9, 2024    
May 14, 2024    

2023-24 PTC Executive Board 

President - Autumn Spayer

Vice-President/Northview - Lexi Rebholz

Vice-President/Parkside - Amy Eitutis

Secretary - Amber Behm

Treasurer - Hailey Shan

Fundraising Coordinator - Erika Sprong

Communications Coordinator - Shelly Garcarz

Family Activities Coordinator - Carolyn Freed

Volunteer Coordinator - Amy Glover

In addition to the nine officers who make up the executive committee, many parents and staff are still needed as volunteers for grade level representatives, or just to help out at events. Please contact any of these individuals, or send a message to PTC@perued.net if you are interested in getting involved.

PTC Mini Grants

Teachers wising to apply for grants must complete the fillable PTC Mini Grant Request Form and/or the PTC Field Trip Grant Request Form for approval from the principal and to be submitted to PTC for final approval.  Request forms will be accepted up to 7 days prior to the monthly PTC Meeting for vote. 

PTC Mission, Bylaws and Structure

The mission of PTC shall be to enhance educational opportunities and family activities for the students of Peru Elementary School District 124 through planned fundraising activities, and also to serve as an advisory committee to the Superintendent and Board of Education when requested to do so.

As part of that process, the PTC has developed bylaws and a structure to accomplish these tasks. In April of 2016, the PTC membership voted unanimously to approve the PTC bylaws and organizational structure. Please click on the links to view the documents.

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Peru Elementary District 124 1800 Church Street Peru, IL  61354

Phone: 815-223-1111 FAX: 815-223-0490

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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