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Family Involvement

Pinnacle Peak Preparatory School welcomes the active participation of parents, grandparents and community members. We believe that children flourish in an academic environment that unites home and school. This supports student enrichment and achievement with a goal of providing the best possible education for each student.

There are many ways to get involved, including volunteering as a playground helper, classroom helper, member of the PTO, field trip chaperone, site council, and many other opportunities. We encourage you to get involved. 

Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

Our PTO is very active, sponsoring many events and activities. If you are interested in learning more about our PTO by subscribing to their weekly PTO Newsletter, click on the link below.

PPPS PTO Newsletter

United Parent Council (UPC)

United Parent Council's monthly meeting and educational programs are open to the public. UPC brings parents together from across the district to be informed, have a voice, and stand for children. Be connected via our monthly meetings and e-bulletins, or visit the UPC website

Volunteering

Volunteers are always welcome and valued at PPPS. It's not just individuals who can volunteer – groups and area businesses can play an important role in supporting our school communities. 

We can always use an extra set of eyes out on the playground during recess. If you have the time and are interested in helping out, please click on the link below to see which dates work for you.  Thank you in advance!!

Sign Up to be a Playground Volunteer

Please note that each school year you must complete a new Volunteer Application. View more volunteer information, including the Volunteer Handbook.

Interested in Becoming a Chaperone?

Chaperone: Parent, Guardian or Grandparent of a student who’s volunteering at student’s school and will be alone with students on local or overnight field trip.

School chaperones perform an invaluable service, providing for the safety of students attending events and on field trips. Any individual such as a parent, step-parent, legal guardian, grandparent or relative is eligible to be a school chaperone after a background screening. Chaperones will be fingerprinted and must agree to a background check.

How to Apply to Be a Chaperone:

  • Go to our job search site.
  • Search for "Chaperone" under Job Listings.
  • Click on "Volunteer: Chaperone/Community Volunteer/Coach."
  • Click on the "Apply for this Position" button.
  • Create a login and password.