PTO! and Volunteering!

PTO Loves Our Students Our School Our Staff

Do you know PT?


  • Our fundraising pays for field trips, books, teacher supplies and curriculum
  • We host celebrations to appreciate our teachers and staff
  • We do small and large projects to free up our teachers' time for students
  • We welcome all parents and adults (family and community for any amount of time









We can't be the PTO without YOU!





Eyestone's PTO exists to encourage parent involvement in our school, to build a sense of school community, and to support teacher/parent relationships.  Numerous research studies have confirmed the connection between parent involvement and student achievement and success. 

If you are interested in working directly with students or attending field trips, please remember that you are required to register through the District (the background and approval process can take up to 2 weeks).  You may access the volunteer page at the following link.

PTO currently meets at 7:30 am on the second Friday of each month (check the school calendar for details).  All Eyestone parents, staff and community members are welcome to attend.

Questions ? Ideas ? Concerns ?



2019-2020 PTO Board Members:

  • President:                                  Annie Berndt
  • Vice President:                          Lisa Keller
  • Treasurer:                                  Jenelle Williams
  • Secretary:                                   Natalie Triplett
  • Volunteer Coord:                       Lisa Keller
  • No-Cost/Fundraising Coord:   Charlie Kaplanides

Interested in Volunteering?

Thank you!  Whether you only have time to spare once a month, or are interested in volunteering on a daily or weekly basis, you will make a difference.

When you receive notice of your completed registration, learn more about Eyestone's volunteer opportunities by contacting our office at 970-488-8600.

We want to see you here!

True happiness is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.
~ Helen Keller