Saint Theresa Catholic School PTO






The annual STS Auction is taking place on April 21st! Please be sure to check out the Facebook page for updates and information –


There are some youth sizes available in the performance spirt wear shirts! Please contact us if you are in need of a spirit wear shirt for dress out days!





Ask The PTO

Send your question via email to Tara Masterson and the answers will be posted here!

Answers to recent questions:

  • Where can I find information on the Lost and Found?
    • The lost and found is managed by Mrs. DiTommaso. She will create a list one time per month of what has been found and post photos so you can browse the list if you are missing an item. Items labeled will be returned to the student once found. She can be reached at
  • There have been a lot of charity donation requests this school year. Is this normal?
    • At St. Theresa School we do a lot of great community and charity work, but we do not expect you to participate in every event if you cannot.
  • What is a Spirit Wear Day? Where can I find spirit wear?
    • A spirt wear dress out day is a day designated by the school for your student to dress out of uniform in St. Theresa spirit wear attire. Spirit wear can be purchased from the PTO (we have youth xl left in the performance wear) or ordered from the spirit wear store. The link for the store is  A student may also wear their PE uniform shirts on a spirit wear day.
  • What is Skate Night?
    • Two times during the school year the Ashburn Ice House hosts a Spirit Night for our school. One ice rink is reserved for St. Theresa Students for 1 hour. Our next Skate Night will be held in the spring! Be on the lookout for announcements.
  • What is Catholic Schools Week?
    • Catholic Schools week is the annual celebration of Catholic Education in the United States. Both students and teachers look forward to the week at St. Theresa. There are many activities, assemblies, and fun dress out days during the week.



** Youth sizes in the performance Spirit Wear available.  We also have several adult sizes for purchase today. Contact us for information. **

Thank you for Supporting our School!

2016/2017 PTO Officers


Tara Masterson (President)

Jill Ham (Treasurer)

The St. Theresa School PTO supports the school’s academic, social, fine arts and athletic objectives. The PTO also encourages volunteerism, raises funds, promotes communication and cooperation, and provides input to the school on issues of concern and interest to parents. 

The PTO meets on the first Tuesday of every month.  If you would like a topic discussed, please drop us note so we can add to the agenda.  Your opinion matters.  Please let us know your comments or suggestions.  You can email Tara Masterson at:


Box Tops for Education


General Mills Box Tops for Education

General Mills “Box Tops for Education” can be found everywhere, on a wide variety of items, including Huggies products, Cottonelle products, many Betty Crocker and Pillsbury products, numerous brands of cereal, Yoplait yogurt, Juicy Juice, and many more. (For a full list of participating products, click here)
10 TOPS = $1.00 for our school!!  
Simply clip the Box Tops cleanly along the dotted lines, being careful not to cut off the expiration date, and turn them in to your child’s teacher.  If every St. Theresa’s student submitted 100 box tops we could earn $4,820 for St. Theresa! Save your Box Tops today!
Here is the link to the list of participating products for Box Tops Box TopsParticipating products.  Classes will be competing again for the trophies.  This is a blanks slate – all classes begin again at 0 when considering the winners.  The top two classes in each bracket (K-2), (3-5), (6-8) will earn trophies.  Here is an overview of how the program works at St. Theresa

Register on-line for additional support to St. Theresa School via the BoxTop Program.
Kim Bell is the 2017-2018 Box Top chairperson 

Volunteer Opportunities


Check often for opportunities!!

Spirit Wear

Spirt Wear Flyer

Don’t be caught without spirit wear on those special days!!

Room Parent


    • A room parent’s main task is to facilitate communication between other parents and the teacher, the school PTO, and occasionally school administration. This can vary widely from class to class, teacher to teacher. For the most part, as a room parent you’ll solicit donations (paper goods, snacks, decorations, etc.) from parents for classroom parties and events, collect money for teacher gifts during holidays and Teacher Appreciation Week , organize volunteers for the classroom for events or enrichment, and other tasks as decided by the teacher. As well, some room parents act as liaisons for their school’s PTO, attending parent group meetings and, potentially, helping generate support or interest in parent group efforts. (For example, room parents can help the PTO promote an event by reminding their parents of an upcoming program or fundraiser.)

Room Parent Handbook







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