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PTO Information


Schools work best when partnerships are developed with Parents and Staff. Parents' involvement in their child's education is one of the most important indicators of student success.

Each District 7 building has it's own Parent Teacher Organization that provides financial, social, and academic support. This support is visible in many ways. For example, PTO's organize reading activities, field trips, assemblies, field day events, and building improvement projects. Our Parent Organizations have greatly improved the quality of education that is offered to all District 7 students.

If you are interested in becoming a member of one of our Parent Organizations, please contact one of our building secretaries for more information.
Volunteer at one of our Schools

We always welcome community members who willing to give their time to help with a variety of projects. If you're willing to serve on a school improvement committee, be a reader for some elementary students, help in a computer lab as kids work on projects, etc., please contact one our our building secretaries. We'll be happy to accept your help.

Annapolis High School Pat Atanosian atanospa@dhsd7.net 313-203-3300

O.W.Best Middle School Tina Pyzik pyziktin@dhsd7.net 313-203-3200

Pardee Elementary Sarah Witte wittesar@dhsd7.net 313-203-5600

Polk Elementary Vera Beauvies beauvave@dhsd7.net 313-203-0500

Bedford Elementary Nancy Jordan jordanna@dhsd7.net 313-203-4100