NWR PTO Overview

The North Windy Ridge PTO is a Parent-Teacher organization that works for the betterment of the school. The objective of the PTO shall be to create a closer relationship between home and school, to enhance the learning environment, to provide and maintain an open network of communications between the
school and community, and to foster parent/guardian involvement in the educational process.

There are informational tabs that will give you more information on the organization, and allow you to know what is going on.

Contact Information

If you need to contact the NWR PTO:

1) send an email to;

2) Write a note, with the word “PTO” on the outside of the note or envelope, and send it in with your child to school;

3) Go to our North Windy Ridge PTO Facebook page to post a question or comment there. Follow the NWR PTO page.

NWR PTO Board & Committee Members


Vice President:



Hospitality Chair:

Volunteer Chair:

Community Chair:

NWR Staff Members

Brent Wise - principal
Bill Honey - assistant principal
Mandy Brewer - bookkeeper

Activities and Items Supported by NWR PTO

The funds the PTO raises each year support many areas of need, money that the school does not receive from the state, or school system, or from other resources. The NWR PTO has paid for, and will continue to pay for, the following, as specified each year:

  • Major Project each year - such as Outdoor Classroom, Shade Structure, Playground Improvements, Technology for the school

  • PBIS

  • Field Trips

  • Student Clubs

  • Teacher Allotments

  • Principal Discretionary Fund

Parent Volunteer Opportunities

1.     Fundraising- To assist in many areas as needed. These needs will be specified, depending on the particular fundraiser that the PTO puts on.

2.     Hospitality - Several times during the school year, the PTO hosts an event (i.e. teacher appreciation luncheon, etc.) that requires baked goods or other refreshments. Volunteers can sign-up to help provide these goodies and work the events.

3.     Dinner Nights - Assist with Dinner Night Coordinators, in putting on 3-4 Dinner Nights a year, help with setup, serving or clean up.

4.     Picture Day – Picture days require some volunteers to help with students, or help the photographer in any way.

5.     Health Fair- To assist with various health-related screenings for our students. This event is held in the fall.

6.     Book Fairs – Held two times a year at most, the school librarian needs a few volunteers to help with manning the cash register, making sales, keeping the books and other items neat on display and generally being present during open hours of the Book Fair.

7.  “One Time Projects”- There are several times during the school year when volunteers are needed for “One Time” Projects”. As the PTO receives requests from staff or PTO committees for volunteers, they call parents that have checked this option and may be available for a short, one-time task.