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Parent Teacher Organization


How can you help?


Fill out a PTO form and take an active role in Walton Rural Life Center's PTO.

There are many ways to get involved including:

  • attending PTO meetings
  • volunteering  to help with fundraisers and other events/activities
  • providing financial support during fundraisers


What does the WRLC PTO do?

Some of the activities and equipment that the PTO has helped coordinate, sponsor or fund:

  • All School Carnival
  • Annual Skate Party
  • Box Top For Education
  • Fundraisers
  • Play Equipment
  • Holiday Classroom Parties
  • Provide Meals and Snacks for Teacher/Staff Workdays


WRLC PTO Code of Conduct

The WRLC PTO believes that participation in the PTO is an important and integral part of the total school program.

 It is our belief that the core ingredients of character should be displayed when interacting with faculty, students, and community via these core ethical values: trust, respect, responsibility, kindness, teamwork, and hard work. 

Finally, we believe that sincere and good faith efforts to honor the words and spirit of this Code will improve the quality of our programs and the well-being of the dynamic relationships with our staff and students as well as the community. 

PTO Volunteers have an expectation to treat others with dignity and respect. As members of the PTO, our behavior is reflective of the PTO and our school community. 

PTO Volunteers shall not take advantage of their relationship with staff or students for personal advantage. 

PTO Volunteers will actively promote the good health and well-being of staff and students. 

PTO Volunteers are to be fair and will not show preferential treatment in their volunteer roles. 

PTO Volunteers will be faithful to the educational and character-development goals of the school and assure that these objectives are not compromised by agreeing to live by the PTO mission statement. 

PTO Volunteers shall not in the performance of their duties by words or conduct demonstrate prejudice or bias based on race, sex, religion, age, disability, national origin, or sexual orientation, and will not allow members of their committee or those under their influence to do so. 

PTO Volunteers shall not misrepresent the PTO or its activities.

Committees: It is imperative that volunteers realize that committee meetings are where details of a particular effort are discussed. This can take place in face-to-face meetings or group emails. Each member of the committee should be given the opportunity to express their point and advocate for their position. However, once everyone has spoken and a vote is made, the committee will move forward with the majority opinion. 

If you feel a program you are involved with is not honoring this Code, it is important for you to address your grievances with the PTO Executive Board and be willing to meet to reconcile the differences. If reconciliation is unattainable, then one solution may be that those involved are asked to step down from the program. In no way will disruptive behavior be tolerated. 

PTO Monthly Meetings: These monthly meetings are held to review and approve minutes, review the financials, hear guest speakers, address new and old business, and hear committee updates from the various chair people or their representative. It is not the place to discuss grievances. Members will be called out of order if their comments and input is contrary to what is on the agenda and the meeting will continue as scheduled. 

Under no circumstances is rude and uncooperative behavior acceptable in PTO dealings whether with fellow PTO members, school staff, or community members. Reports from school staff, students, or other volunteers may result in losing the privilege of serving on a committee and attending meetings.



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