CES would like to give a VERY big shout out to our amazing PTO! Thank you for all that you do for us! The support is amazing and we feel very blessed to have such support! If you are not a PTO member, please consider joining! ... See MoreSee Less
We have recently been informed by the Harrison County Prosecutor’s Office that the Corydon Elementary School PTO has procured full restitution for the stolen monies discovered last May. Our PTO is extremely appreciative of the swift manner in which Prosecutor Otto Schalk and his team secured restitution in this case. In light of this news, we would like to share with our PTO Members, School Staff, and the community how the PTO intends to move forward.
The PTO has worked all summer under the uncertainty of when or even if any of the money would ever be recovered. This meant questioning if we would have enough money to support the first round of study trips. We realized our newly established teacher grant program created to provide financial assistance for purchasing much needed items in their classrooms would likely not happen and our semi-annual teacher allotments used for classroom extras that help our children grow, learn, and thrive had been threatened.
So, receiving restitution means these important and impactful programs that we have worked so hard to maintain will be able to be continued.
We have also been busy working on the administrative side of things. Transparency has been of utmost importance and you will notice at our first meeting on August 14 that changes and new checks and balances are already in place.
Finally, we would like to thank our community for the support that we have been given. Whether you sent encouraging words, made a phone call, purchased a t-shirt, sent a donation, or offered to help in any way, your kindness in a very troubling time has been appreciated more than you know. We are determined now, more than ever, that we will overcome this obstacle and we will be stronger as an organization in the end. Thank you.
There will be a Hunter Education Class on Saturday, August 25th, 2018. The class will be held at the Floyd County Conservation club which is located at 3200 Georgetown-Greenville Rd. in Georgetown, IN. The class will be held from 8:00 am until 7:00 pm. For registration and details go to www.register-ed.com. ... See MoreSee Less