All parents and faculty members of the school are members of the Gesu Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). The role of the PTO is to sponsor enrichment opportunities for the children and events for families as a way to build relationships within the school community. We rely on the generous support of parents throughout the year through a variety of events.  

Members of the PTO are involved in many different facets of school life. The PTO organizes all room parents in addition to providing funding for field trips, student clubs and events. The Magazine Drive occurs in the first quarter and is the largest fundraiser for the PTO. The list of volunteer opportunities is available through the online sign-up.

The PTO sponsors enrichment opportunities for the children and events for families as a way to build relationships within our school community. In order to do so, we need your generous support throughout the year. Learn more about our biggest fundraisers and what we provide to the school community.

Meetings are typically held on the second Monday of each month at 7:00pm. Information and communications regarding PTO events and volunteer opportunities are included in the weekly Wednesday Constant Contact email. 

The PTO is led by an Executive Board. Key participants in the PTO include special committee chairpersons for each event or sponsored group.

2022/2023 Meeting Dates:

  • September 12
  • October 17
  • November 14
  • December 12
  • January 9
  • February 13
  • March 13
  • April 17
  • May 8



  • Kindergarten Coffee
  • Opening Mass
  • Magazine Drive
  • Junior High Dance
  • Pumpkin Bop (Grades 1-3)
  • Donuts with Dad & Muffins with Mom


  • Winter Blast (Grades 4-6)
  • Easter Candy Sale
  • Ice Cream Social
  • 1st Day School Supplies
  • Field Day
  • Father/Daughter & Mother/Son Events

Throughout the year:

  • Room Parents
  • PTO Treats
  • Used Uniform Sales (twice a year)
  • Hospitality
  • Food & Wellness – NEW
  • Ambassadors – NEW


Each year the PTO invites Gesu parents to sign up for a variety of volunteer positions.  Some positions involve a one-time commitment whereas others are longer in scope.  Gesu School also asks for volunteers to help in the library, cafeteria, playground and more.

In order to do all we can to keep children safe, Gesu Parish and School complies with the requirements of the Virtus Program. This program seeks to safeguard our children by educating school and parish staff, volunteers, and parents. Please refer to PTO forms for more information.