The Aspen Ridge PTO is excited to partner with parents to make our Aspen Ridge community stronger than ever - and we'd love for you to be involved!
Would you like to learn more about PTO opportunities? Click here to join our interest list or send us an email at [email protected]! There are so many opportunities to enrich our Aspen Ridge community by volunteering through our PTO.
2023-24 PTO Board Members
  • Jessica Schneider, President
  • Jessica Bala, Treasurer
  • Lauren Kline, Secretary
  • Katie Scarbrough, Room Parent Coordinator
  • Jodi Dubravac, Teacher Appreciation Coordinator
  • Heather Cleveland, Family Engagement Coordinator
  • Brenda McCollam, Middle School Engagement Coordinator
  • Courtney Balke - Student Enrichment Coordinator
ARPS PTO Mission Statement
Our mission as a Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) at Aspen Ridge Preparatory School is to create and sustain close relationships between our parents, teachers, and students. We seek to keep parents informed about school initiatives and programs by serving as the communication link between the two. We work to cultivate a welcoming community for new families as they come into the school. We sponsor and organize fundraising events, which support our community spirit and enrich our children’s educational and social experiences.
We are committed to strengthening Aspen Ridge’s ability to provide a high-quality educational experience for all students and to create a sense of connectedness across the community.

PTO Meeting Agendas & Meeting Minutes
The Power of Connection... The Power of Community...
The Power of The Owls!
We have a high PTO fundraising goal, and we can only reach it with your help!
  • At our November 2022 meeting, one attendee submitted a suggestion that teachers be allowed to wear jeans daily. We spoke with Head of School Charla Salmeron about this, and she explained that just as we ask our students to wear uniforms each day, we also ask our teachers and staff to wear attire that represents their profession and Aspen Ridge well by maintaining a professional appearance. This often involves wearing non-denim attire. However, our teachers and staff are given many opportunities to "dress down" and wear jeans. They can wear jeans every Friday and every early release day, as well as on select spirit days (Go Gold, Go Blue, Kickboard reward days, etc.). They can also purchase up to two staff jeans passes per year, giving them an additional 20 "jeans days" of their choice. All in all, this seems to be an area that is already well covered for our teachers. Thank you for the suggestion!