Our Lady of the Elms relies on countless hours of volunteer support to meet the educational and developmental needs of our students. Your help and leadership allows our faculty and staff to develop future leaders and world citizens. There are many opportunities to support our mission. Your commitment need not be extensive or occur during school hours. Please support the efforts of our parent organizations and contact the officers below if you are interested in volunteering.
Elms Panther PRide Club (EPPC)
The Elms Panther Pride Club helps fund and support co-curricular activities at Our Lady of the Elms including, but not limited to, Speech and Debate, Upper School and CYO Athletics, Academic Challenge, Performing Arts, Art Club, Drama Club, and many others. We provide hospitality such as meals and refreshments for school functions throughout the year.
New this year, all Elms families are automatically members of the Panther Pride Club. Since we cannot function without funding, please consider upgrading your membership to one of the supporting levels listed below. Let us work together to help continue to make Our Lady of the Elms an exceptional institution for our students, their families, our faculty, staff, and administration. By sharing your time, talent, and treasure, you play a key role in this important support system which makes many of our co-curricular activities possible.
It takes more than teachers and books to create an excellent learning environment. It also takes an active network of parents working in cooperation with our teachers and administration to enhance the learning experience.
The Elms Lower School Parent/Teacher Organization (PTO) is committed to fulfilling that role. The Elms PTO provides critical support to the administrative and teaching staff throughout the school year.
The PTO hosts a number of special events, including meet the teacher nights, luncheons and dinners for students and parents, and end-of-year picnics. PTO members also volunteer in the classroom, mentor new parents and do much more for the students and the school.
President: Annie Reagan