Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF)
PTF is an organization of volunteers dedicated to encouraging Heritage faculty, staff and families.
From new family activities in the fall to the annual Jog-a-Thon fundraiser in the spring, Heritage’s Parent Teacher Fellowship orchestrates events that bring Heritage families and faculty together throughout the school year. PTF is a great way for any parent to become more connected with the Heritage community.
PTF is a great place to meet other parents, hear what is happening with the school and meet teachers and principals in grades that my kids haven’t reached yet. It’s also very helpful to hear where the school is headed and what support they need. Meeting other parents is especially helpful. It is great to have my own friends on campus and to know the parents of my children’s friends.
- Brittny Hilbish (PTF Volunteer)
PTF welcomes everyone and we’d love to talk with you. Please contact us at email@example.com. We also encourage you to attend our regularly scheduled PTF Breakfast Clubs (dates listed below) to learn more about PTF and how to get involved.
PTF has events planned for all ages this year. Visit the PTF Calendar for an overview of this year's schedule.
- New Family Picnic
- C2O - Christ to Others
- Dads' Lunch
- Worthy Servants Brunch
- Father/Daughter Ball
- K-6 Roller Skate Party
- Faculty/Staff Spring Luncheon
An outreach event held every 2-3 years, C2O is a day to celebrate bringing Christ to others through fellowship and music. We will host a large Christian band(s) for the evening entertainment and host a carnival in the afternoon for the entire HCS community and guest families. We reach out to our church families and local community as we share the love of Christ by opening up our campus for a day of fun!
PTF’s only fundraiser is held each year in the spring. Students and faculty jog around the HCS track in order to raise funds so PTF is able to host events and contribute to special projects. Each grade level will be assigned a time to jog. Feel free to watch or jog with your child. Volunteers are needed for planning and administrative tasks.