Nonprofit Status

Norwalk PTO Council is now a 501c3 nonprofit. This allows individual member PTOs to raise additional funds. Check with your PTOC Rep for details.

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PTO Council is pleased to present the

MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2014 @ 7:00PM
Ponus Ridge Middle School, Auditorium
21 Hunters Lane, Norwalk

The ECS (Education Cost Sharing) formula lawsuit goes to trial in January 2015. Norwalk Schools have been underfunded millions of dollars compared to similar districts. Hear how Norwalk public school parents and students can help. Taxpayers voices also needed.

Speaker Diane Kaplan deVries, Project Director, Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding (CCJEF)


(With special thanks to Ponus Ridge MS for hosting.)

The Mission of the Norwalk PTO Council is to support and speak on behalf of the educational needs of all Norwalk Public School children, whenever and wherever possible, to serve as a resource for parents and the community on educational issues, and to maximize opportunities for communication between parents, teachers, administrators, board of education members, government officials, and the general public.

PTOC Volunteer Opportunities: 

We are in need of Parent Volunteers for the following tasks:

  • Web Design: Maintain and Update
  • Social Media: Manage and Update Facebook and Twitter
  • Help Recruit Businesses to invest in our high school students:Bridging the gap for students transitioning from high school into the work force

To inquire about volunteering call or text: (203) 981-2000 

Email: information@norwalkptocouncil.org

Norwalk Police Department's Deputy Chief Susan Zecca reads a book to a class at Naramake Elementary school during PTOC's 1st Annual Read Around Norwalk week.

“Detective Nate Paulino from the Norwalk Police Department's Special Victim's Unit does a presentation to the PTO Council on Internet Safety and Online Bullying.”