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Middle School PTO May Lose Funding Abilities Without Volunteers


The Westford Middle School Parent Teacher Organization (WMSPTO) is reporting that programs may be eliminated if parent volunteers cannot be found before the end of June 2014.

In an e-mail released on June 3, a lack of interest for several leadership positions is endangering funding programs, which in the past four years have totaled over $75,000.

That figure includes over $52,000 for over 30 hands-on Arts and Education programs including a liquid nitrogen demonstration from MIT’s Lincoln Labratories, a look at Ancient Egypt and other programs.

According to the e-mail, the following positions were still vacant as of June 3.

– Co-President

– Vice President at Stony Brook

– Arts & Education Programming (AEP) Chair

– Secretary

– No Fuss Fundraiser Coordinator (Aug-Nov)

– Publicity Coordinator


A nomination form is available on the WMSPTO website. For questions, e-mail WMSPTO president Heidi Tierney at westfordmiddleschoolpto@gmail.com.


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