The Parent Teacher League (PTL) of Good Shepherd Lutheran School is a very active organization. Through a variety of social events and fundraising programs, the PTL works to support and enhance the ministries of our school program, staff, students, and families. We encourage all families to become involved in this fun organization.
Please take a closer look at PTL by visiting the website at www.gslsptl.weebly.com.
Volunteers are always welcome at Good Shepherd Lutheran School. We are very appreciative of all who so graciously give of their time and talents to make our school stronger. Listed below are some of the opportunities available to get involved with our school. Please contact the school office if you would like to help in any of these areas.
- Tutor individual students
- Listen to children read
- Read to children
- Assemble materials for students and families
- Create signs, banners, posters, etc.
- Bake items for bake sales
- Share a special skill such as woodworking
- Serve on the PTL executive board
- Help with PTL projects/ fundraising
- Clean/paint classrooms in the summer
- Assist students with computers and computer software
- Chaperone on field trips
- Help in the library
- Lunch/Recess Duty
- Kitchen helper
- Help on Field Day
- Help with Bulletin Boards
- Assist with Art classes
- Coach a sport
Good Shepherd Parent Teacher League (PTL) hosts a variety of different fundraisers throughout the year. However, our efforts would not be successful if it weren’t for the faithful supporters of our school who participate in our events. We thank you for your ongoing support.
We participate in fundraising programs that continue throughout the year: RaiseRight (gift cards) and smile.amazon.com. Please contact the school office for more information on either of these programs.
In addition to those we also have three additional fundraisers throughout the year.
Summer: We begin each school year with our annual Golf Outing complete with dinner and silent auction.
Fall and Spring: The spring fundraiser varies based on parent and staff input.
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