L. Hollingworth PTO

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PTO stands for Parent Teacher Organization

L. Hollingworth PTO:
Making your child's school experience a more enjoyable one.

What do we do?

We raise money to help bring memorable moments and great experiences to your child’s school.


The PTO utilizes various ways to raise money for your child’s school. For example: Dress Down Fridays, Marcos Pizza Wednesdays, major fundraisers, and many more. These various ways help generate money for the PTO so that students can be given A la Carte Fridays, school dances, Fun Day, and various other activities that ensure children have memorable moments and great experiences while at school.


What to expect from us.

What you, the parents/guardians, can expect from us is that we will do our best to make your child’s school experience an enjoyable one.  We will keep all lines of communication open by sending out a monthly PTO letter at the beginning of every month and scheduling monthly meetings.

We encourage all parents/guardians to participate as much as their schedule allows, because the more participation we have, the more events we can hold for our students. We also encourage parents to use our email when needing to contact us directly with any suggestions, questions, or concerns.

What we expect from you.

We, the PTO, expect full participation from all parents/guardians. It could be as simple as returning a required form back to school by its deadline to devoting a few minutes of your time to ensure that our students have a great year. No gesture is too small when it comes to the happiness and comfort of our students.


SPO stands for Student Parent Organization


L. Hollingworth SPO: Helping your child to build soft core marketable business skills.


What they do.

To offset parent participation during school hours, the 2015-2016 PTO Board created the SPOs. SPO stands for Student Parent Organization. The SPOs are 5th to 8th grade students that were referred by their teachers to assist the PTO with PTO duties that run during school hours.


Students must maintain good grades to participate, as well as good behavior, good attendance, and had no dress code violations. All participation hours are logged for their career portfolio.