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2021 - 2022 Volly Monthly Winners
Appearing Here September 2021!

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St. Joseph the Worker School

Allison serves on her school’s PTA board as the Fundraising Chair. She handles all the purchasing (food, equipment, etc.) for her school’s yearly carnival by herself. Allison helps plan their school’s annual Father-Daughter Dance, which Allison started and has now become a tradition. She coaches and runs the swim team. Allison serves in all these ways on top of being a mom and working a full-time job.



Hutchens Elementary

Kyle is a mentor to many students at Hutchens. On top of owning his own business, Kyle volunteers his time testing the students with the school’s Accelerator Reader and jumping at any opportunity to assist in the office or on school field trips. As PTA President, he works continuously to bring innovative fundraising ideas to Hutchens and increase parent involvement in their students’ lives.


Briana Golden

Walnut Creek Elementary

Although this was Briana's first year organizing her school’s Boosterthon program, she led it with enthusiasm and creativity. Her PhD background and passion for S.T.E.A.M. Students who had participated in fundraisers in previous years found themselves re-energized by Briana’s passion and creativityBecause of Briana’s efforts, Walnut Creek exceeded their fundraising goal by thousands of dollars! 


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Sussex Elementary

Nicola began as a parent volunteer, but when the PTA was struggling, Nicola took over as Treasurer and began paving a trail to success. Over the years she’s brought the Boosterthon Fun Run program to her school. She also runs the annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest and came up with the idea for Sussex to replace its old water fountains with a new eco-friendly water bottle filling system, saving the school money and plastic waste. 

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Maria Medina

Gattis Elementary School

It didn’t take long for Gattis Elementary to notice when Maria Medina decided to get involved with its PTA. From school-wide programs to individualized care for students and parents, Maria stops at nothing to ensure her school is taken care of! As PTA President, Maria has spent extra time reaching out to Spanish-speaking parents at Gattis. Gattis was able to raise enough to fund a school-wide book study that allowed students to keep their books! 

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Lee Brim

Morningside elementary

Lee is currently in her second year as PTA Treasurer. Lee serves as an incredible volunteer on school field trips, class parties, all PTA meetings, and fundraisers. She’s also planned two Family Dance Nights for the Morningside community. Lee's service is even more amazing when you consider that she does it all in addition to her family responsibilities while she’s taking classes to become a Speech Pathologist. Talk about incredible service!