Support the Pinewood Pride!

Join us for a Grand Event

The Book Fair is just around the corner. Join us for a Grand Event at the Pinewood Media center, where your kids can shop the book fair with a Grandparent, Aunt, Uncle, Caregiver or anyone else they love. We'll have coffee, water and donuts and a make-your-own bookmark station complements of Pinewood PTO.

February 8, 9:00am - 11:00am

The event is free, but please register here so we know you'll be coming!

Set up eWallets and preview or shop the book fair at our Book Fair Homepage!

We could use some volunteers!

The book fair will be going on during conferences, and we'll need some help for set up, tear down, and cashier shifts. Sign up here!

Teacher Meal

During conferences our Pinewood teachers & staff work long hours. Our staff and teachers work a full day Wednesday and stay for conferences into the evening. This meal will be served that evening to give them some delicious food during a long day dedicated to our children!

 Please consider donating via our GoFundMe to purchase a meal for our teachers and staff members or donating a dessert or beverage, sign up here. The meal will be catered by a local company that our teachers and staff enjoy!

Support Pinewood Teachers With A Meal (2).pdf

Movie Night Registration

Toy Story -  Friday, January 26th

Shrek - Friday, February 2nd

We Need Parent Volunteers

Join the PTO social justice book club

We're a group of concerned parents that get together to review and discuss works about racism, inclusion, privilege, and current events surrounding those topics. We try to turn those discussions into actions we can take in our community to make Pinewood more welcoming and inclusive. 

In short: we'd like to be part of the solution. 

There's no need to be a PTO member to join the book club. Meetings are approximately once a month and everyone is welcome. Email Molly Brott at to be included on information about meetings and activities.

Everyday ways to help...

Boxtops for Education

Scan your receipts and General Mills donates to student council!