Below are descriptions of selected committees and events of the MES PTA. If you have any questions or would like to join a committee or volunteer for an event, please feel free to email the committee chair or the MES PTA president.
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Chair: Tara Clark
This committee provides guidance on standards for PTA fundraising, including selecting appropriate activities, seeking corporate sponsorship, and understanding the legal implications of fundraising.
Chair: Dave Bowers
The MES Arts Committee is dedicated to promoting the enjoyment, appreciation, participation and knowledge of the arts. We try to foster a creative environment to include the performing, literary and visual arts. Local artists from all venues are sourced from our surrounding community and families to teach our students and children what they love to do. The Arts Committee decides on the programs for the year and holds various fundraisers to support the programming.
Chair: Bethany Dennin
The membership committee is responsible for developing recruitment and retention strategies, collecting and tracking membership dues, distributing membership cards and encouraging online card activation and providing membership reports.
Chair: Melissa Skillman
The finance committee has the responsibility of developing a budget for the PTA. The budget is an outline of estimated income and expenses for the year.
Co-Chairs: STILL NEEDED
Provides information and education to students, parents, and staff regarding the benefits and values of a healthy diet and lifestyle as well as the means to attain them. The committee will serve as a source of information for the Marbletown Elementary School Community and a leader in these efforts in the Rondout Valley School District.
Chair: Bethany Dennin
The overall mission of the garden committee is to facilitate garden education at MES while creating an opportunity for experiential outdoor education. The Garden Group meets in May & June and is open to students in grades K-3. Students work in the school’s garden learning about planting and maintaining a garden.
Chair: Katy Weber
The annual MES yearbook illustrates the important part each child plays in the community of their school. This committee helps to plan, sell, design and distribute this annual keepsake.