We organize community events that build connections between school and home and we work together to raise money for events and materials that enrich the experiences of the children. The PTO works to supplement our children's experiences with things such as resources for the library, materials to support the Leader in Me curriculum, STEM Materials and updated technology. Join us at our meetings and events!


Coming soon…. can you hardly wait to know what will be on the list of items to bid on???


Teacher Appreciation Committee Looking for New Members

Looking for volunteers that would like to support teacher appreciation.  Our committee looks to provide small forms of recognition often to let our staff and teachers know they are loved.  Please contact us if you would like to be a part of the committee and help appreciate our teachers.




There are many opportunities to volunteer your time to support the work of the PTO from just taking advantage of our fundraisers to serving on the board of the PTO in the 2020 part of this school year. Upcoming opportunities include the Spring Silent Auction. This is a great opportunity to connect local businesses with a way to support the local school community. If you work for or own a business that would be willing to donate goods and services, please let us know using our contact information below. Our last fundraiser will be the Run 4 Funds fun-run taking place in May 2020. Looking farther forward, the PTO will be seeking a new President to coordinate meetings and fundraisers and there may be other positions open as well. The PTO includes 5 board positions and several chairperson roles responsible for individual fundraisers or events. Many of these chairperson roles are time-limited and a great way to get involved and learn more. You can read about the PTO roles here and email us on any topic here: .

Get Involved

Attend PTO general meetings and stay informed by reading the weekly email updates. The PTO general meetings are a great way to meet people and to find out how to participate and volunteer in the PTO activities and events. These will begin soon after the school year begins, please be on the lookout for more information!

Support PTO-sponsored fundraisers. Your first step is to enroll in King Soopers Community Rewards here Search for us by name- Acres Green PTO or by NPO (Non-Profit Organization) number QV153. More detailed instructions can be found by scanning the code!

Participate in PTO-supported activities with your child. These include a family nights at the school and the Holiday Shop just before the winter break.

Stay informed through viewing our google drive to review agendas for upcoming meetings, notes from past meetings, and our current budget! You can find it here: 

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​Upcoming Events

2020 Silent Auction coming soon!

As you look forward to the winter holidays, the PTO asks you to think about business you are likely to purchase goods or services from in 2020. If you know of businesses you are sure to use in the near future and would be willing to bid on a gift certificate or item from this business, let us know and we will contact them for our upcoming Silent Auction! More information will be available in early 2020. 

Run 4 Funds May 2020, kids and parents alike have so much fun with this event!

PTO Meetings

AGE PTO meetings are on the 2nd Tuesdays of every month at 6:30 in the AGE library.

Proposed Meeting Dates
November 12, 2019
January 14, 2020
February 11, 2020
March 24, 2020
April 21, 2020

​Meeting Notes

​Our Board


President Lisa Matter
Vice President Cindy Newton
Vice President Tracy Lang
Treasurer Laura Reynolds
Secretary Elin Robinson
Board Advisor Gina Smith, Principal

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