Rankin County Parents, teachers and friends, it is your turn to win $500 for your school’s PTO. Together with Parents and Kids Magazine we created the Patty Peck Premier PTO Facebook Contest. In February, Ann Smith Elementary was our Madison County PTO winner receiving $500 for their PTO. In March, Clinton Park Elementary was our Hinds County PTO winner receiving $500 for their PTO. Now we want to give $500 to a Rankin County PTO, who will get the most votes?
Here is how it works:
Parents, teachers, friends, family or any one over 18 can go to our Patty Peck Honda Facebook page and VOTE for their favorite Madison County School. The School’s PTO with the most votes by February 20th at 5:00 pm will be awarded the $500 prize.
- Go to facebook.com/PattyPeckHonda and “like” us
- Click on the PTO Contest tab on the top
- Click on the VOTE NOW button, then “See All Entries” to see all the Rankin County School’s PTO
- Then Vote Now for your school’s PTO (one vote per person)
Voting ends April 16 at 5:00 p.m so be sure to invite your friends and family to vote…there are only a few days left. Stay up-to-date to which school is in the lead by watching our Facebook page. Get the word out to VOTE!
This contest is a fun way to help raise money for Mississippi schools. Funds will go towards books, computers, labs, programs, field trips and other important necessities for students to enhance and improve their learning experience. Please help a Hinds County PTO this year and vote!
Hinds County Patty Peck Premier PTO Contest Winner
Clinton Park Elementary was our Hinds County PTO winner in March receiving $500 for their PTO. Pictured left to right Principal Hollingshead, Amanda Tullos, PTO co-presidents Melissa McCleese Donna Ransdell and Beth Raney, Greyson Raney, Will McCleese, and Owen McCleese
Madison County Patty Peck Premier PTO Contest Winner
Ann Smith Elementary was our Madison County PTO winner in February receiving $500 for their PTO - From left: Sissy Lynn, Dixie Livingston, Mrs. Kathy Rigsby, Tanya Webber, Tamara Cascio and Bob Aubrey, General Manager at Patty Peck Honda.
Dixie Livingston, PTO president said that right now their focus is upgrading and renovating their playground. They are a K-2 school, and so that is really important them. They are also in need of items like updated computers and ipads for each classroom.