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BCD students come to school ready to learn. Small class size means teachers can give individualized attention.
The Boulder Country Day Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is a parent based committee consisting of volunteers whose goal is to support the needs of the students, parents, and teachers at Boulder Country Day School.
The PTO organizes the energy and talent of its parent body to run programs and events that enrich the lives of our teachers and students and promote a sense of community throughout the school.
By supporting our teachers and staff, the PTO strives to encourage a strong sense of community and a healthy and safe environment for students to learn.
What we fund:
How to help:
Learn how you can get involved with the BCD PTO. Please click here for the PTO annual dues payment form for 2014-2015 or pay your dues via PayPal. If you have questions, you may email the PTO directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours: Tuesdays 2:30pm-3:30pm and Fridays 7:45am-8:15am
For more information, contact Meleah Spencer 303-886-1032 email@example.com.
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Periodically throughout the year, PTO will post their updated budget on the web. If you have questions, please come to a PTO meeting or contact the Treasurer.
After each PTO meeting, the Secretary will write up the minutes and they will be posted here.