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Welcome to the Jeremy Ranch Elementary School PTO!

The Jeremy Ranch Elementary Parent Teacher Organization enriches the educational experience of each JRES child by providing volunteer and financial support to our school community. We facilitate the best learning experiences possible through effective communication, engagement, and educator support. 


STEP 1: Register here and download the Membership Toolkit app to access our website, school directory, and sync our school calendar to your phone!


STEP 2: Join the PTO for just $5! Membership must be renewed each year. 

You will be prompted to login. If you already have a Membership Toolkit account login with another organization, you can use the same log-in here.








Also accepting donations to cover the cost of spirit wear for JRES students in need.




By Allison Egge, M.Ed.

Happy September!  I am the School Counselor at JRES. I split my time between teaching Healthy Lifestyles and providing individual or small group intervention as needed.  Healthy Lifestyles is a class within the specialist rotation, and during this class we work on skills such as cooperation and problem-solving.  Jeremy Footer is another resource at JRES, he is our Licensed Social Worker.  He will be here Mondays and Wednesdays, and every other Friday.  Jeremy works with students and families, and provides both individual and small group counseling as needed. 


During the first few weeks of school, I present information on bullying to our students. We spend a lot of time discussing what students can do if they find themselves or another student in an uncomfortable or unsafe situation.  Each month I will update this newsletter and provide you with a brief summary of my lesson topics.


I’d like to promote that our school will be utilizing Class Dojo this year. If you haven’t yet downloaded the app, please do. Teachers can add points to a student's account when they demonstrate especially positive behavior.  Parents may then review these points from home and have discussions with your children. Some great questions to ask your child each day regarding Class Dojo and positive behavior are:  

  1. “Can you tell me one way you showed your teacher you were ready to learn?” 
  2. “Tell me about one kind thing you said or did for a friend?” 

This can lead to further discussions about behaviors/qualities they like in themselves and others, and areas they’d like to work on. Students may redeem their points toward goodies at a School Store, which includes small items like pencils or markers, and experiences like a fun lunch with me! 


Thanks for taking the time to read this!  Jeremy and I are available to help your students, feel free to contact us at any time.  






Click here to learn about easy ways you can earn money for our school while making your regular purchases!