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Community & Inclusivity

PTA

Our school’s success comes from its dedicated principal, teachers, staff and families who have fostered an active and engaged PTA.  We collaborate to provide a thriving academic environment to encourage joyful learning, as well as implement additional programs to enhance and support a well-rounded education.  

A popular African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child”, rings true to our PTA in that our whole community plays a vital role in the growth and development of its younger generation.

Alongside parents and family members, our broader community also shares the responsibility of assuring higher quality education for all students. Be involved today to make a difference and show how much you care!

The Francis Scott Key PTA is a part of the Second District of California PTA, which covers San Francisco. The PTA is administered by a board of elected and appointed officers. Along with various PTA committees, they manage the business of the PTAs including ongoing initiatives as well as specific events throughout the year. All of these programs are made possible through volunteer efforts by the many families of the school  as well as donations from families and community organizations.

Our PTA Board Members for 2019-2020 are:

President:  Liza Bonpin

Executive VP:  Samantha Cairo-Toby

Treasurer:  Anna Jaeger

Secretary:  Robyn Stanley

VP Fundraising:  Emily LaTourrette

VP Membership:  Brendon O’Neill

VP Outreach:  Pallavi Sheth

Historian:  Dalyce Bubemyre

Volunteer Coordinator:  OPEN

Parliamentarian:  John Blackwell

Technology VP:  Jason Dare

At Large Members:   Kai Guiland,  Jim Toby, and Florian Sauer (logo wear).

Teacher Liaison: Cynthia Lam, 2nd grade teacher 

Feedback

We’re always happy to hear from you!  Here are a few ways to share your ideas.

    • Join the PTA and come to our PTA General Meetings monthly. Don’t be afraid to ask questions or make suggestions, just be respectful of others.
    • Send email to the FSK PTA.
    • Stop a member of the PTA Board in the school hallway and have a chat.
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