Parkway Elementary School

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142 Ramblewood Parkway, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054  |  P: 856-235-3364  |  F: 856-222-9758
Nationally Recognized Blue Ribbon School


2017-2018 PTO Executive Board

Co-President: Danielle Doyle
Co-President: Christine Serenbetz
VP Events: Victoria Asciutto
VP Fundraising: Christie Schippers 
Treasurer: Kristina Corkery
Recording Secretary: Dana Johnson
Corresponding Secretary: Dawnylle Cerula
Financial Secretary: Christy Barbash

The Parkway Parent Teacher Organization is dedicated to enriching the educational experience of all those who attend Parkway School. They have raised funds to support many areas including technology, physical education, after-school clubs, field trips and assemblies.  Parent volunteers are utilized daily in the library and on the playground.  Activities sponsored by the PTO offer students and their families the opportunity to socialize after the school day has ended at various events such as Student Game Night, Monthly Dinner Night Out, and our Ice Cream Social. 


Parkway has a project underway!
For Phase I of our new OUTDOOR CLASSROOM project,
we are looking for an architect or landscape designer to help us with blueprints. If you or anyone you know would be willing to help, please see the information to the right: 
(more opportunities to get involved coming soon!)

Upcoming Events & Fundraisers

Parkway's 2017 Fishing Derby was a success! Take a look at our winners
2017 Catch of the Day: Jack Westhoven (17.5" bass)
2017 Smallest Catch: Abby Sharp (2.5" sunny)

Prek & K Level
2017 Biggest Fish: Avery Johnson (6.5" fish)
2017 Most Fish First Place: Hunter Abele (18 fish caught)
2017 Most Fish Second Place: Fiona Westhoven (9 fish caught)
Honorable Mention - Zachary Astacio

Grades 1 & 2
2017 Biggest Fish:   Madison Greenwich (12" catfish) - mistakenly missed for announcements
                                Jonathan Kane (7" fish)                                
2017 Most Fish First Place: Jake Gluszek (24 caught)
2017 Most Fish Second Place: Ryon Senthil (12 caught)
Honorable Mentions - Maria Donch (10 caught)

Grades 3 & 4
2017 Biggest Fish: TIE: Olivia Butkovic (17" catfish) and Naythen Heim (17" catfish)
2017 Most Fish First Place: Michael Xu (20 caught)
2017 Most Fish Second Place - Connor Schippers (15 caught)
Honorable Mentions - Julia Nevshehirlian (12 caught), Michael Stinger (11 caught), Carter Korneluk (10 caught)

The Circle of Giving's Alex's Lemonade stand help at Laurel Acres Park at the same time
raised over $500 for charity! Way to go!!

Finally, a Special Thanks to 
The Pennsauken Surf Fishing Club for donating volunteers, chips and drinks
Rita's Water Ice on Maple Avenue in Marlton for a donation of a tub of water ice
Pete Gluszek, "The Dean" of The Bass University, for donating 3 fishing poles, 3 tackle boxes, and swag bags for all participants! Check out more on fishing at his website The Bass University - Learn How to Catch Bass and Bass University TV - Catch Bass

PARKWAY PARENTS - Please Support the Moorestown Philly Pretzel Location!
They are the location that is willing to work with our school and give us discounted pretzels - and deliver them - so that we can offer your children treats at such a low cost.

Gifted Academic Program teachers from Mount Laurel, Kelly Schew and Stacy McCord, will 
teach the camp.
The sessions are open to all 
students in the South Jersey area, not just Mount Laurel students.
So bring your friends 
and/or family and keep your brain fresh this summer!
Critical Thinking Camp is one week in the summer where your child's creativity, innovation, and problem-solving skills will be challenged using hands-on experiments and STEM activities.
Click HERE for More Information, Dates & Pricing!!

This is a quick and easy way to earn more money for Parkway from the Box Tops for Education program. Just follow the directions on this flyer and the school will automatically receive money in our account from Box Tops. The app is free and it only takes a few minutes to set it up!  Thank you for your support of our PTO. 
Click HERE for More Information!

Introducing our fun, free, truly easy fundraising partner called Shoparoo! 
Shoparoo turns pictures of your everyday shopping receipts into cash donations and
sweepstakes entries for our school! Simple! 
To get started, go to , download the free Shoparoo app, and select our school from the list. 
There’s no limit to how much money we can raise with Shoparoo - schools with just 40 supporters are earning an average of $1,000 every year. That’s free, easy money that we could be fundraising too.
Thank you for your support!

Send an email to, and we'll send you a Signup Genius link. Thanks!


Get involved in your child’s education and join
the Parkway Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)!  Joining is so easy!!
Try out a meeting this year!  You can do as little or as much as you want with the PTO,
but whatever you do, your children will notice, and our school will benefit!
Let’s get 100% of our fantastic Parkway Families to join the PTO this year!
Please contact Christy at or (856) 498-7858 with any questions.

In order to volunteer at Parkway this year, in any capacity,
the following form must be signed and submitted to the Parkway Office.
The sooner you do this the better! 
You must be approved to come and help at any of our events.
You can be approved at any time throughout the year.
Parkway Mailing Address: 142 Ramblewood Parkway, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
or simply return to school in your child's folder!

RETURNING PARENTS, this form must be filled out every year that your child attends Parkway.
Click HERE for the form!


Tuesday Folder Procedure 2016-17
 Information about getting flyers scheduled and distributed

Tuesday Folder Distribution Dates 2016-17
 Note: folders will usually be stuffed the day before they're distributed.

Tuesday Folder Checklist 2016-17
Quick summary of steps to follow to get flyers distributed.
A copy of this checklist will also be posted on the PTO shelf.

Circle of Giving

Circle of Giving
One of the special things at Parkway School is The Circle of Giving. It was inspired by the life of a Parkway student named Kirk Vosbikian who lost his fight to cancer. The Circle of Giving is an exceptional all-school volunteer program that teaches us all the gift of giving and sharing to help others.


Keep yourself informed ~ Join our Facebook Page 

Parkway PTO is now on Facebook!
Parkway Elementary PTO

Important Forms

Click on the link below to download and print a pdf form.

Check Request Form

Deposit Form