Our mission as a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) at Mast Way Elementary School is to promote and encourage communication between parents/guardians, teachers, administration and the community. The PTO also sponsors and organizes fundraising and school events, which deepen our community spirit and enrich our children's educational, social, and developmental experiences at Mast Way School.
Who's in the PTO?
Welcome to The Parent Teacher Organization of Mast Way Elementary School! If you are a parent/guardian or a teacher of Mast Way then you ARE already part of our wonderful organization! The Mast Way PTO offers a variety of opportunities in which you can donate your time and support to benefit our wonderful school! Get involved by volunteering for upcoming events, attending PTO meetings and giving us feedback. Let's work together to make your child (rens) school experience unforgettable.
Where do I start?
The good news is you already have if you found your way to our PTO website. Check out the EVENTS page and see if there is something you might be able to volunteer your time to.
Questions? Email us! email@example.com
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Josh lives in Durham with his two children Talon and Joslyn. This is Josh's first year as a member of the PTO and is excited to get the school year started. He runs real estate and construction for a Planet Fitness franchisee. He is a hockey and aerial gymnastics dad so there is no such thing as free time.
Kelly is new to the ORCSD, but not to working with school organizations. She is an attorney who has spent the last 4 years as president of her sons’ preschool BOD as well as volunteering for their elementary PTO across the state. She recently moved to Durham with her husband and their 5 sons and looks forward to getting to know this side of NH better while helping support the teachers, staff and students of Mast Way.
Volunteer Coordinator 2021-present
Cathleen is a Training Events Coordinator at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and lives in Lee with her husband Brian and two children, Delaney and Eleanor. This is her first year on the board and she is excited to be a part of this amazing community. In addition to volunteering at Mast Way events, Cathleen also enjoys dancing, reading and geocaching.