I am so thankful for the Bethesda PTF. It has been key in connecting my family and me with what’s happening at the school. I always feel welcome and encouraged to participate in any event. Whether it’s a fundraiser, book fair, feast day or our infamous Christmas corner, the PTF and it’s volunteers go above and beyond to create an amazing and memorable experience for both the students and the families at Bethesda.
The Bethesda Christian School PTF exists to exemplify Christ by supporting BCS staff, students, and the school community through programs, events, prayer, activities, minor fundraising, and leadership. The PTF is a volunteer group open to all BCS families. The PTF provides the opportunity for parents to demonstrate leadership, serve at events, and connect with other parents and teachers. Monthly meetings are currently being held on the second Tuesday of September, October, November, February, March, April, and May, from 2:15 – 3:15 PM.
For more information regarding the PTF and volunteer opportunities, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ELEMENTARY GRANDPARENTS DAY
ELEMENTARY DONUTS WITH DAD
ELEMENTARY FAVORITE FOODS FEAST
ELEMENTARY CHRISTMAS CORNER
UPPER SCHOOL STUDENT AND STAFF APPRECIATION
ELEMENTARY MUFFINS WITH MOM
STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK
ELEMENTARY FIELD DAY
Other activities include monthly encouragement and snack days for BCS staff, staff birthday recognitions, small fundraisers throughout the year, parent volunteer support for classrooms and teachers, meals for the staff, volunteer brunch, and much more!
The PTF is a wonderful way for parents to be involved in various events and activities throughout the school year…I so enjoy helping the teachers and staff who work so hard throughout the year. I also enjoy being able to develop those friendships and relationships with those that teach and love my children daily. I feel so grateful for their dedication in teaching my children. The PTF is another way I feel as a parent I can give back.
The Bethesda PTF is a true blessing to the school community. The members are dedicated to the school and are on a mission to help make each event that the PTF puts on a success. The leaders love Jesus, and it shows by the way the events engage the parents, grandparents, students, teachers, and staff in a way that is uplifting and joyful to the Lord. The fellowship times bring the Bethesda community together in a way that is exciting to see, and I am thankful to be a part of the group.