Parents in Partnership Overview

  •  Parents in Partnership (PIP)

    PIP works hard to support the staff, students and families of GTCHS in many ways.  PIP is managed by volunteer parents of GTCHS students.

    • 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

     

     

     

     

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    PIP Purchses Safety Locks 

    To Secure Every Room in Seconds For Safety

    Ms. Lissa Cady demonstrates how easily the safety locks secure a room.  Teachers and staff had these security locks added to every door after PIP purchased a lock for every classroom at GTCHS.

    Safety Locks Secure Rooms In An Emergency

  • Hospitality 

    Hospitality

    Parent Volunteer, Lauren Jonker, PIP Hospitality Coordinator, arranges faculty snacks each month for teachers and staff and also makes sure they each get a treat for their birthday.

    L-R Hospitality Coordinator, Lauren Jonker, Volunteer Coordinator, Libby Campbell and Past PIP President, Regina Broome prepare snacks for a GTCHS faculty meeting.

  • Teacher Appreciation

    Teacher Appreciation

    PIP spends weeks preparing for Teacher Appreciation Week each year.  Teachers really appreciate the special treatment they receive all week.

GTCHS families volunteered items for the beautification project. Families spent the day refreshing the flower pots and the Joyce Long Memorial Garden between 119 and 120.

Beautification Project Isa Marin, Sofia Morales Marin Sunit Shah and Riana Shah were among several families that volunteered.

PIP Lunch Volunteers

PIP Lunch Volunteers

  • Mini-Grants Approved

    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.

Ms. Hawkins and Mr. Adomatis with their Mini-Grant applications.