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PTF Leadership

2023-24 PTF Board


We are thrilled to announce the current members of the Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) board for SouthLake Christian. This dynamic group of dedicated parents is poised to make a significant impact on our school community. Their collective experience, passion, and commitment to fostering an inclusive and supportive educational environment will undoubtedly benefit our students, staff, and families. 

We encourage all parents to get involved, share their ideas, and support the PTF’s efforts. Together, we can create a nurturing and thriving educational environment at SouthLake Christian. Let us unite in our mission to provide the best for our children and celebrate the positive changes the PTF board brings.

President

(980) 429-0447
Vice President

(757) 581-0624
Treasurer

(910) 443-2278
Secretary

(718) 755-2378
Room Parent Coordinator

(704) 576-9379
Co-Hospitality

(805) 587-1193
(704) 995-9234
At Large Members

(704) 650-4474
(704) 608-8385
(704) 239-4400
(704) 775-5828
(704) 560-2846
(704) 589-1549

PTF Officer Application Form & Commitment Statement

If you are interested in becoming an officer for the Parent Teacher Fellowship, kindly complete the PTF Officer Application Form. We appreciate your enthusiasm for joining the PTF. Should you have any inquiries, feel free to reach out to me.

Your response to the PTF Commitment Statement acknowledges the responsibilities associated with being an engaged Board member and commit to diligently advancing the goals of PTF.

PTF Board Positions


The present PTF Officers convene on a monthly basis to organize and carry out various events. Although it requires a commitment of time, the experience is highly fulfilling. It's an excellent opportunity to participate actively! Discover the responsibilities and duties associated with each position on the PTF board.

PTF Officer Appointment


The PTF will host informational meetings each Fall for those interested in Officer roles, with the appointment process taking place in the Spring.

Individuals aspiring to become PTF Officers will need to complete an application form.

The PTF Officers will consult with school administration regarding all potential candidates. If chosen for the role, you will be required to sign a covenant indicating your dedication to the position. While preference is given to applicants who have previously volunteered at the school, such as serving as a Room Parent or Lunch volunteer, it is not mandatory.

All candidates for Officer positions must have previously been an At-Large Member before applying for an officer role. Once selected, the current officer holding that position will help train the new officer. Board Members will serve a term of two years and have the opportunity to seek re-appointment.