The PTA sponsors educational programs, coordinates parent volunteers, and conducts fundraising events to benefit the school.

Your annual membership dues of $15 cover our school’s national PTA dues, insurance for school events, 501(c)3 designation (which is necessary for receiving grants and donations), and other school events and initiatives. (Note: member dues must be renewed each school year.) All paid members are eligible to vote in general meetings and elections. Questions about PTA membership? Are membership dues are a financial hardship for you? Please request an outreach scholarship from the membership chair at


The PTA has several board positions open for the next school year of 2020/21. Please take a look at the descriptions and consider joining us. Your involvement is vital and appreciated, especially in this new and unknown landscape. Contact Angel Stech if you have any questions or are interested in a position. See the current list of board members here.

PTA Vice President: The Vice President serves a 2-year term. The role of VP is to assist the President. Some duties include: assist in writing the meeting agenda, helping to run meetings and general collaboration with all board members. For questions, contact Angel Stech.

PTA Membership: Maintain list of PTA members & dues payments; report ongoing membership on Oregon PTA website. Encourage membership among entire Chapman community (families and staff) especially at start of school year. (Use your own creative ideas for helping to build community at Chapman!) For questions, contact Natalie Maciukenas.

PTA Gear Shop: Manage inventory and ordering of gear shop items, add new items with PTA approval, fulfill orders from website as they come in. Sell gear at larger school events: ice cream social, musical, STEM Night and Art Ball. For questions, contact Emily Price

Foundation Vice President: The role of the Foundation Vice President is to support the Foundation Chair President and collaborate with the rest of the foundation team on fundraising initiatives. For questions, contact Monica Geller.