Des Moines Elementary School
23801 16th Avenue South Des Moines, WA 98198

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PTSA

Washington State PTSA

 

 

washington State PTA vision

That every child’s potential become a reality.

Washington State PTA Mission

PTA is a powerful voice for children, a relevant resource for families, schools and communities, and an advocate for the well-being and education of all children.

Des Moines PTSA

The PTSA supports Des Moines Elementary students by funding technology, educational assemblies and student clubs, popcorn days, events, and providing field trip support. PTSA supports Des Moines Elementary staff by funding art supplies, books, educational websites and equipment. PTSA builds community with students, staff and families by funding and staffing family events and activities such as the Harvest Festival, Multi-Cultural Night, Movie Nights, Skate Night, Pool Party, our Annual Spring Auction and more. 

Des Moines PTSA Funding 

Des Moines Elementary PTSA's budget is supported through fundraising within our community and needs the support of our families and local businesses.

Volunteers

We run 100% on volunteers. Without them, there would be no PTSA. No amount of time you give is too small; we have volunteer opportunities to fit any schedule. Here are some ways you can volunteer starting today and get to know other Des Moines Elementary families:

  • Serve refreshments at events
  • Make signs
  • Help with art in the classroom
  • Help set up or clean up for an event
  • Organize an event
  • Become an officer
  • Help with popcorn Fridays

To learn more about volunteering within Highline Public Schools, visit the Volunteer page to fill out an application.

We look forward to getting to know you and your families!

PTSA Contact

Mailing Address

Des Moines Elementary PTSA
22001 9th Avenue South
Des Moines, WA 98198

 

PTSA Officers

President

Rachel Casillas

Vice Presidents

Melissa Miller

Treasurer

Ramsay Bolton

Secretary

Melissa Brunette

Membership Chair

Bridget Slowinski
Celeste Casello

Communications Chair

Morgan Stuller