The SOTA I Steering Committee is an interactive teacher/parent led group. The main objective of the committee is to promote parental involvement in building the partnership between parents, school, and the community in educating our children. The group also works to facilitate communication between parents and the staff, to promote parental involvement in the decision making process SOTA parents are encouraged to attend our meetings. We meet the first Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m., in the LMC. Please consider attending to learn more about SOTA and take an active roll in your child’s education!
Steering Committee Event:
October 2nd, 2020
Contact Doris Faucheux by email at email@example.com with any questions.
Skate-a-thon: This annual fund raiser takes place at Green Island Ice Arena on a Wednesday afternoon in January or February. Students are asked to collect pledges from family and friends for ice skating. Volunteers are needed to help solicit donations from area businesses that are used for prizes for the student participants.
Bike Rodeo: Volunteers are needed for planning and organizing this fundraising/community building event which takes place on the Hamilton/SOTA playground after school in April. Help is needed on the day of the event with food sales, silent auction, bike activities, and games.
Throughout the whole year families may help by participating in the Box Tops & Amazon fundraisers and our ongoing script orders.
SOTA’s Fundraiser Event at La Crosse Distilling Co. will be September 28th. 10% of proceeds for the entire day go to SSC. Gather and dine on the patio from 6-8 p.m.
SSC Amazon Fundraiser
2020-2021 Committee Chairs
Principal/Ex-Officio (no voting privileges): Ben Burns
President: Doris Faucheux
Vice – President:
Fundraising: Erika Cedergren
Yearbook Co-Chairs: Leah Lachman and Ashley Patros-Kader
Treasurer: Kerrie Moore
Secretary: Amanda Jackson
District Wide Parent Committee: Dawn Wacek
Teacher Representative: Maria Henry
Teacher Representative: Mike Lawrence
Parent Volunteer Officer:
Community Building: Fran Wangu and Dawn Wacek
Technology: Renee Stowell