June 2020 Kromrey PTO Newsletter

Hello Kromrey parents/guardians and teachers,


For this last newsletter we are doing a “year in review” to look back at all the successes and accomplishments that occurred in the 2019 – 2020 school year. There are many reasons to celebrate Kromrey’s progress and the PTO Board is grateful to play a role in supporting the teachers, administrators, and your students.


We are also looking forward to the 2020 – 2021 school year and we will be prepared to support the Kromrey community to the best of our ability.


Thank you for a great year, have a great summer, and we will see you this fall!


Your Kromrey PTO Team


1. Congratulations to our kids! - Congratulations to all of our students for completing their school year and advancing to the next grade.


The PTO offers special congratulations to our Kromrey 8th graders as they move forward to high school! To recognize this significant accomplishment, each student will have a sign with their name on it and two banners will be made saying “Congratulations 8th Graders”. The signs and banners will be hung at Kromrey by June 4th and will remain until mid-to-late June.


2. Thank you to our volunteers! - To all the parents who generously volunteered your time to organize activities and events for our kids. Your help is sincerely appreciated! Committee leaders from 2019/20 include:

  • Eighth Grade Celebration – Carly Knoche and Lindsey Harmon

  • Sunshine Fund – Melissa Dale and Nichole Carlisle (Kromrey school social worker)

  • Staff Appreciation - Christine Laufenberg and Jennifer Stewart

  • Poetry Slam – Dom Ricks

  • Supply Drive – Melissa Dale

  • Scholastic Book Fair - Kerry Ostreng

  • Cougar Community Connections - Cristina Carvajal

  • Cougar Dash – Fran Priddy

  • Restaurant Nights – Fran Priddy

  • Spiritwear - Jen Mroch

  • Box tops - Tiz Ihnchak


3. Thank you to teachers! - The Kromrey PTO strives to partner with energetic, passionate teachers who inspire us with innovative, creative ways to advance kids’ learning. In 2019/20, PTO funds were used to support many unique events, activities, and learning opportunities.