Parents in Partnership Overview
The Parents in Partnership (PIP) is Greenville Technical Charter High School's parent organization. Parents in Partnership works hard to support the staff, students and families of GTCHS in many ways.
- Funds $5,500 of mini-grants for teachers to purchase classroom supplies, equipment and more.
- Contributes $10,000 toward cost of textbooks
- Pays $5,000 contract for Naviance, a college and career readiness software available to all students
- Supports teachers and GTCHS School Board with Snacks throughout the year.
- Runs the school lunch program
- Organizes parent volunteers in support of school events throughout the year
Our goal this year is to have 100% of our families join PIP. Memberships are just $5. If you haven't joined please send a check to GTCHS/PIP - c/o Misty Chidester in the school office.
Anytime you need to contact PIP email firstname.lastname@example.org
PIP Executive Council
Regina Broome, President
Libby Campbell, Vice President
Jennifer Medlock, 2nd Vice President
Brittany Dickerson, 2nd Vice President Assistant
Suzann Adams, Secretary
Meredith Edwards, Treasurer
Alicia Dixon, Ex-officio past president
We Need Volunteers
Sign Up To Volunteer Electronically
The success of GTCHS depends greatly on parent involvement. Each parent is asked to volunteer 36 hours. PIP can help link you to the type of service that meets your family needs. Our area of greatest need is the Charter Cafe but there are many other areas that depend on parent involvement that we can share with you. Please fill out the volunteer form, even if you turned in a paper volunteer form as we are switching over to electronic volunteer forms. Click on the link below.
PIP Purchses Safety Locks
Every Room Can Lock in Seconds For Safety
Attendance Clerk, Ms. Lissa Cady, demonstrates how easily she can insert the lock to block an intruder. Locks like this one were purchased with money from PIP to secure every classroom at GTCHS.
PIP Lunch Volunteers
PIP money is used to fund mini-grants for GTCHS teachers to supplement their teaching. Among the many mini-grants used to help GTCHS teachers, Ms. Hawkins received some needed software for her technology program and Mr. Adomatis purchased some needed science equipment.