• The purpose of the Parent-Teacher Organization is to facilitate communication between home and school. This group consists of officers, committees and teachers who meet on a regular basis. They conduct and/or sponsor various fund-raising activities within the school setting. Parents are strongly encouraged to actively participate and support the school PTO.

    The objective of the PTO is to increase school, home and community interaction. Your involvement in school shows your student(s) that you are invested in their education.
  • 2021-2022 PTO Representatives 


    • Mrs. Melanie Dietrich - President   

    • Mrs. Elizabeth Gee - Vice President   

    • Mrs. Leah Burnaford - Secretary

    • Mrs. Michele Brenneman - Treasurer 

    • Ms. Kim Rauscher - Principal

    • Mrs. Addie Pawlik - Teacher Representative 

    • Laura Brown - Teacher Representative  

    2021-2022 SPAC Repesentatives


    • Mrs. Julia Ernst 


EPES PTO Meeting Dates

  • 2021-2022 School Year

    • September 8, 2021
    • October 13, 2021
    • November 17, 2021
    • December 2021 – No Meeting
    • January 12, 2022
    • February 8, 2022
    • March 16, 2022
    • April 13, 2022
  • Volunteer Information

    Ways to Volunteer

    • Classroom Volunteer - works only in the classroom setting under the direct supervision of a teacher/administrator (Kid Writing, reading with students, etc.)
    • School Volunteer - may assist in classrooms, in the cafeteria or elsewhere around the school, with tutoring during or after school, or with other activities (e.g. field trips) that involve students. 
    The Hempfield School District welcomes individuals who are interested in volunteering. A volunteer is a person who services the district without compensation on a planned, approved, and regular basis. For further information on open volunteer positions and requirements, please refer to our volunteer information.