Parent, Teacher, Student Organization

President: Vicky Holmes; Vice President: OPEN; Secretary: OPEN; Treasurer: Megan Perales

Elementary Parent Representative: Amber Given;  Elementary Teacher Representative: OPEN

Middle School Parent Representative: OPEN; Middle School Teacher Representative: OPEN

The purpose of the PTSO is to:

A. Support the education and serve as an advocate of children at HCCS through volunteering and fundraising.

B. Promote the general welfare of HCCS.

C. Foster closer working relationships among school, parents, faculty and the Board of Directors of HCCS.

D. Provide a forum for the sharing of ideas that will benefit HCCS.

     PTSO meets each month during the school year on the third Thursday at 3:30pm or in the evening at 7:00pm.  For dates, please check the online school calendar. During each meeting we will discuss ways that we can fulfill our purpose at HCCS and each meeting will be concluded with a service project to help the school. We are excited to invite you to “Like” our new official PTSO Facebook page. We have news, sign-ups, and other good information all in one place.


For more information about these events check our Facebook Page!

 PTSO Agendas                         PTSO Minutes                         PTSO By-Laws

 The PTSO organizes many of the events throughout the school year including:

  • Meet the Teacher BBQ and Ice Cream Social
  • Boo Hoo Breakfast
  • Harvest Festival
  • Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Bash
  • Fun Run Fundraiser
  • Uniform Exchange
  • Staff Appreciation Week
  • Kinder and 8th grade Graduation help
  • Community Building Events
  • Teacher and Staff Support, meals, classroom supplies

 Some of the ongoing efforts are:

-Box Tops

-Labels for Education

-Sales of HCCS vinyl crests

-Providing support for school events

Donate to Heritage Community Charter School’s:

A cash donation to Heritage Community Charter School can not only be a financial benefit to you come tax time, but can also be a significant help in the further development of HCCS.  As no goods or services are provided to you in return for your charitable contribution, the entire amount of your cash contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent otherwise allowed by law. We recommend you contact a tax professional for more information if you have any questions.

Here are some considerations to ensure you get the maximum benefit from your generous donation:

  • As a nonprofit organization, Heritage Community Charter School is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as exempt under IRS Section 501(c)3 and as a public charity under IRS Section 170.
  • Keep records of your donations, including your Paypal receipts or letters from Heritage Community Charter School acknowledging receipt of your donation. Donations of more than $250 must be supported by record of payment from your bank (cancelled check, bank statement, etc.).

For convenient giving, please click on the button below to access our PayPal account.


To volunteer or join the PTSO, please contact: