What is the Parent Faculty Association (PFA)?
The PFA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to support educational activities at Red Oak.The PFA has 2 primary functions:
- To raise funds to provide educational programs, materials and services for the school
- To maintain a line of communication between home and school
The Red Oak PFA (Parent Faculty Association) is comprised of people just like you that want to be involved in your child's school and education. We are all volunteers. We assist the principal, teachers, staff and students through our efforts. There is an annual membership fee of $15. As a general member, you will also be able to vote on the PFA budget for the school year as well as the slate of officers for the following year's governing board.Who is on the Board?
The PFA board is made up of 10 elected officers, appointed chair people (parents of Red Oak students) and three Red Oak staff members.How and why are funds raised?
Funds are raised through a variety of fundraising events and campaigns. The events and campaigns that raise the most money for Red Oak are:
- Give to Grow Fund
- PFA membership
When and where are the meetings?
The PFA generally meets in the Red Oak library at 8:30 a.m. on the third Friday of each month. Meetings typically last for 1½ to 2 hours and consist of updates from the various officers and chair people on their current activities. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Meeting Dates for the 2018/2019 school year:PFA Meetings Fridays @ 8:30am Library8/249/2110/1911/1612/14 Holiday Event Offsite1/18/192/223/154/125/17 End of Year Event OffsiteWant to connect with the Red Oak community? Advertise your business in the Weekly Rattler!