ITC Parent Faculty Organization


Vision Statement

The PFO will be an integral partner of the tripod, the family, the faculty and the student body to make ITC a thriving 21st Century School by providing a base for communication and support

Mission Statement
  • Parents and faculty form an important joint pillar of the Parent Faculty Organization
  • Be an advocate to parent's concerns about the school and students
  • Be Supportive group to parents and create an informal parent to parent relationship
  • Be actively involved in the students welfare by creating a conductive environment at school and at home
  • Work with the facultiy to make the classroom an attractive and inviting place to teach
  • Instrumental in creating a robust afterschool program with sports, clubs, and extended learning
  • Have structure in place so that every student can graduate (100% graduation rate) and every graduate is ready for college or to endter the workplace
  • Encourage diversity
  • Teach students to be socially, emotionally and Intellectually healthy- life skills
  • Building relationships with the community at large

This is a good place to start building bridges with our parents, children and teachers and will help us all in the long run. Open the door to a new world!

Upcoming Meetings

December 1st
Decmember 22nd
All PFO Meetins will be held from 5:30-6:30 PM virtually at:

Helpful Websites to Support Student Learning

Planning Tools All Subjects
Math Resources
If you have any questions or are looking for additional resources please contact Mr. Sohoski at or 435-4306.
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