News & Updates

Read the welcome letter from our PTA President here!

Renew your PTA membership for the year or join now, here.

Are you an new Kindergarten family? Click here.

Join the school directory!

Volunteer Night is September 27th!

Teachers and Community members, did you know the PTA offers grants for you to help support our students? Learn more here!

Did you know the John Rogers building is being rebuilt? Learn more here.

We are currently looking for another co-secretary for this school year. This role’s primary job is to take minutes (notes) at our Board and General PTA meetings (which primarily happen via Zoom). Want to chat about it? Email!

Would you like to get involved with other parents supporting equity, diversity, and inclusion in our school community? The John Rogers parent EDI team meets monthly. All are welcome to attend. Please email Apurva or Tricia for information including meeting dates and link, meeting minutes, or to join the email list.

What is a PTA?

It’s a Parent Teacher Association… a group of teachers, parents, guardians, staff, and families discussing school matters! We have meetings throughout the year to answer questions, discuss school issues, let our voices be heard, and more! We fundraise and organize volunteers to supplement what the school and district provide to enrich our students’ experience at John Rogers. Attendance at meetings isn’t required & most will be online. 

Our Mission and Vision:

As we navigate these extraordinary times, the mission of our PTA has never been more important:  Building Community, Enriching Education, and Advocating for EVERY child. Together we will support this mission by giving direct help to our teachers, staff, and families. While these times can feel challenging, frustrating, and fear-filled, they are also an exciting opportunity to re-imagine how best to serve and engage our community in meaningful, relevant, and equitable ways.


Land acknowledgement

We, the PTA, recognize that we at John Rogers Elementary are on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle. We acknowledge and celebrate the Coast Salish people of present and past, especially of the Duwamish Tribe and Lushootseed speaking People who are the original inhabitants and continue to be stewards of this land. We also live, learn and work on this land and honor them with love and gratitude.