Together We Can Make A Difference
The Tokeneke Parent-Teacher Organization (TPTO) is a formal organization that consists of parents, teachers and school staff. Our goals include volunteerism of parents, encouragement of teachers and students, community involvement, and welfare of students and families. We are a nonprofit parent-teacher organization whose membership includes all parents, legal guardians and school staff.
Student Council Pajama Drive
Student Council will be collecting pajamas for the Pajama Program 12/4 – 12/14. All sizes will be accepted, but we will not accept previously worn or gently worn pajamas – they must be new. Donations can be placed in the large boxes in the great hall. Please help us make the holidays cozy for families in need.
One day only, Tokeneke’s Kids Care Club is collecting new, unwrapped toys for the Noroton Fire Department’s annual Toys for Tots drive. On December 11 please bring a toy to Tokeneke’s Great Hall, and help spread joy this Holiday season to less-fortunate children in our community. Together we can make a difference. [ Learn More ]
4th and 5th Grade Winter Concert
Families are invited to the 4th and 5th grade Winter Concert on Monday, December 11th at 9:30 AM in the Tokeneke School Common Room. We hope you all will be able to attend and see them shine!
Special Education Parent Coffee @ Tokeneke
Tokeneke School Library
Format: Speed-dating with our Special Education (SE) representatives! Come learn how our representatives are here to support YOU!
Open Forum: After learning about the roles of our Special
education reps, we will field questions from the group
Please join us in the Tokeneke Library for coffee and collaboration!
(P.S. For returning participants- be ready to share your mindful minute)
Brown Bag Lunch with Diane Ferbe
Diane Ferber, Executive Director of The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development, will speak during the TPTO Brown Bag presentation on December 15th at noon. She will speak about Executive Function skills and how we as parents can help our children better develop these skills in elementary school as they prepare for the more rigorous middle school environment. [ Learn More ]
Navigating TPTO Events
Childhood presents many challenges for special needs children, especially at school events. As an inclusive community, the Tokeneke PTO encourages a healthy environment for all students at PTO events. Tokeneke Special Education Representatives (SPED) created a list to help families navigate and enjoy PTO events.
2017-2018 TPTO Calendar
Holiday Celebration (Gingerbread Houses)
- All parents welcome for a holiday celebration on Thursday, December 14 at 12:45 to decorate gingerbread houses!
Diane Ferber, Executive Director of The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development in Stamford will speak during the TPTO Brown Bag presentation on December 15th at noon. She will speak about Executive Function skills and how we as parents can help our children better develop these skills in elementary school as they prepare for the more rigorous middle school environment.
On Friday, January12, 2018, there will be no ELP for ELP Fridays Students.
Get in Touch
Basic contact information, email form, map, and directions.