Parent Teacher Fellowship
If you are a parent or guardian at Belleville Mennonite School, you are a part of the PTF! Involvement in the Parent Teacher Fellowship provides a wonderful opportunity to build relationships within the school community, get to know other parents, support school events and teach children the importance of serving and encouraging others.
The Belleville Mennonite School Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) works to support, serve, and enhance the Christian educational needs of our students, and to promote communication and fellowship between members of our school community.
Encourage parental participation in the community of BMS
Provide fellowship opportunities for teachers and parents at BMS
Support excellence in the Christian education of students at BMS
Encourage our teachers throughout the school
Provide fun family activities that bring our community together
On the School Calendar, three specific dates are set aside for Parent Fellowship Meetings in the fall, winter, and spring. Please plan now to attend these events which will help to keep you informed and connected. There are a variety of additional opportunities for connecting with parents and staff, involvement with events on campus, providing needs, assisting with fundraising, volunteering, prayer support, physical and spiritual encouragement, and fellowship with one another. There is a place for everyone! We value your gifts and welcome your involvement. Listed below are several specific groups that have already been established, as well as events throughout the year when you can connect with others in the BMS community!
Care Team: offer extra support to our families (new baby, loss of family member, illness)
Family Fellowship Committee: organize student and family fellowship events throughout the school year; mentoring relationships for new families
Prayer Team: bi-weekly prayer meetings to pray for our school
School Activities Support Team: Café volunteer; Picture Day assistant; Elementary Hayride snacks; setup of Christmas decorations; 100th Day of School activities; prep for Open House; assistance on Grandparent’s Day, Pastor Appreciation Day, Race for Education, and Track & Field Day; chaperones for field trips, special activities and Serve for Education
Teacher Appreciation Committee: coordinate and provide teacher/staff appreciation meals and encouragement throughout the school year (holidays, Parent-Teacher conferences, Teacher Appreciation week)