Our school has an exciting story to share with the families of prospective and incoming students and no one can tell this story better than our current parents. Ambassador Program volunteers represent our school to prospective, incoming, and current parents, their families, and our community at large. Parent Ambassadors welcome and support new families at large school events; connect with new families during the school year; provide guidance to parents seeking information, and support the school’s efforts to expand parent and community involvement at DIS. Ongoing support is needed throughout the year. If you would like to attend and help host welcome events including the Back to School Pool Parties, Orientations, Admissions Events, Welcome Cocktail Party, and General Membership meetings; please volunteer for our Ambassador Program. We'd love for you to help us welcome new families to DIS!
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Al Chiachiacrew@gmail.comSports enthusiasts, this is your chance to enhance student life at DIS! The Booster Club supports our athletic department and all sports teams by raising funds and coordinating volunteers for event support throughout the year. Volunteer opportunities include selling merchandise at DIS sports and social events and providing other event specific support. Time commitment is usually 1-4 hours per event and opportunities occur throughout the year.
Help make one of the most fun days of the fall happen! Carnival is a great opportunity for the entire DIS community to work and play together. The event includes food trucks, live music, rides, bounce houses, face painting, games, and more. Please reach out if you would like to assist as a face painter, popcorn popper, heavy lifter, cake baker, ticket collector, or just to set up and clean up as a crew member or game director. We encourage you to help us make this amazing day happen. Interested? Scheduled every October, this Carnival is a great opportunity for the entire DIS PTO community to work and play together to create a great event. Event includes food trucks, live music, rides, bounce houses, face painting, games, etc.
Do you know how to operate a glue gun? Do you have a love/hate relationship with glitter? If your answer is yes to either of these questions, then this is the committee for you! Our Crafts Committee provides an opportunity for crafty parents to collaborate on fun projects throughout the year, including window decorating, Valentine’s Day card making which are sold to benefit our annual gala, and creating surprise projects for our teachers.
DIS Dads work together on service projects, enjoy social outings, and host events including the Father-Daughter Dance.
Coordinates the organization of the Welcome Cocktail, Back to School Pool Party, Gala Project Exhibition and End of Year Bash.
Organizes the annual spring gala, held on March 28, 2020. This year’s theme is to celebrate Argentina. The
event features a live and silent auction, dinner and dancing. This event is a major fundraiser for the school.
Organizes a multilingual book fair in November or December, providing books in French for parents, teachers and the library; supports librarians as needed.
Organizes social events throughout the year for DIS moms to get together for both fun and service projects.
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you love to take photos and find that you always have your camera in hand, then this is the committee for you! Join the Photography Committee and help DIS capture this year’s activities and events. Volunteers are needed on an on-and-off basis throughout the year and your commitment would be completely flexible.
Organized playdates for Churchill campus students and their parents.
Do you love folding t-shirts? Does organizing your closet bring you joy? If the answer is yes, the DIS School Store is the place for you! This is a great way to meet people, and hours are flexible. On campus stores located in lobby at both Churchill and Waterview campuses providing authorized DIS logo clothing for students including PE clothes, outerwear, spirit items and new or used uniform clothing.
Maintains the PTO social media blogs.
TEACHER CAREYvette Wheelerywheeler@earthlink.netOur Teacher Care Committee works on a number of initiatives throughout the year to support and appreciate our wonderful teachers. Who doesn’t want to support our teachers? Opportunities are various and flexible. Teacher Care s
upports the DIS teachers and staff by providing snacks during meetings, helping new teachers relocating to Dallas, organizing social events, such as the DIS staff breakfast for Valentine's day, TA week teacher appreciation week, and end of year teacher dinner.