Floyd Central High School PTO/Renaissance

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The primary goal of the Renaissance program, founded by Jostens and educators in 1988, is to create a culture in which academic excellence is supported and rewarded, which will result in an increase in student performance, teacher enthusiasm and parent awareness, as well as a raised level of community business participation in schools. In 1994 Floyd Central joined more than 2,000 Renaissance schools in the United States that offer numerous recognition and incentive programs to reward both student and teacher performance. There are no annual fees paid to Jostens and schools are not required to purchase anything from Jostens to participate. The Renaissance program links students, teachers, parents and community businesses, and allows everyone to take an active role in improving student academic achievement. Parents and community businesses donate time, money, materials and merchandise so students can earn academic and citizenship recognition. Students benefit from the program because it raises the profile of academics. Teachers benefit with renewed enthusiasm about their profession. Parents benefit by being actively involved in the education of their children. Community businesses benefit from increased sales and a well-educated work force. Everyone wins!

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Facebook page: Floyd Central High School PTO Renaissance

Twitter: @floydpto

Paypal: Simply log in to your PayPal account and send a personal donation to the email address, “”

Sign up to receive Remind updates from the PTO by texting @fcptor to 81010


Your generous donation of time allows the PTO to sponsor programs that support and encourage students and teachers. The PTO needs parent involvement to make these programs happen. There are many opportunities available to get involved. Choose a way to participate in at least one of these activities so you can be a part of your child’s education. We need you to make the school year a success!


Recognition Success Cards Success Cards are given each semester to students with a 2.5 and higher GPA based on the previous semester’s GPA. The cards include discounts and offers from local merchants. Levels and Criteria: Gold-4.0 and above GPA; Silver-3.5-3.99 GPA; Bronze-3.0-3.49 GPA; Green-2.5-2.99 GPA.  A “Welcome to FC” card is given to all incoming Freshmen and New Students.
Recreational After Prom (May) A party is provided for students after the Prom.
Senior Activities In the process of being revamped
Hospitality Welcome Back Breakfast (July) The teachers and staff receive breakfast to kick-off the start of each new school year.
Holiday Luncheon (December) Lunch is provided for the teachers to show our support of their hard work.
Valentine Lunch (February) We provide lunch for the teachers on Valentine’s Day
Retirement Party (May) The PTO hosts a retirement party for teachers and staff retiring. We provide cake and punch.
Recognition Teacher and Support Staff of the Month A teacher or support staff member is recognized each month.
Teacher Recognition Student Letters (November) Students write thank you notes to teachers.
Staff T-shirts (July) The PTO purchases T-shirts or Polos for the staff to wear on spirit days. Bus drivers are given t-shirts every other year.
Assistance Registration Volunteers are recruited to help promote PTO during registration.
Red Ribbon Week Four volunteers are needed to help with Red Ribbon week during the school day.
Random  Acts of Kindness Just as it says, PTO spontaniously does fun things for the students
Fundraiser Walk-A-Thon Parent volunteers will organize and plan a walk-a-thon to raise funds for the programs supported by the PTO.
Sport Physicals (May) Sport Physicals are provided to student athletes at a discounted rate. It is a fundraiser for the PTO.
Business Corporate Sponsor The PTO will recognize Corporate Sponsors.  Corporate Sponsors donate $500 or more in goods or services to Floyd Central.
College Fair (Septemeber) Hospitality Room for College Recruiters
PTO Meetings (monthly) Monthly PTO meetings are held on:

December 4, 2018, January 22, 2019, February 5, 2019, March 5, 2019, April 16, 2019, May 14, 2019

at 4:00 in the conference room.

Web Site: PTO minutes and activities are posted on the Floyd Central website.
Independent 501c-3 Organization The FCPTO/Renaissance is in the process of incorporating and establishing itself as an independent 501c-3 organization. These are the new By-Laws ( which will be adopted at the December meeting.





Programs provided by PTO/Renaissance would not be possible without your generous donations. The PTO relies entirely on the fundraisers listed below

  • Parent Donations – Each year at registration we request parents become annual members of the PTO by assisting us monetarily by writing a check to provide the main financial base.
  • Sports Physicals – Each year in May we provide doctors and nurses to assist in filling out the annual medical health form required by all athletes for the upcoming school year.
  • Corporate Sponsors – Each year we request local businesses to help us with funding and merchandise to reward our students.
  • Walk A Thon- Each year in the fall, students donate money to walk and enjoy other activities at the football field.
  • Century Club Members – Thank you to the following individuals and businesses
    that generously supported the PTO with donations of $100 or more.

Please print & fill out this form to return with your generous donation. Thank you!

Board Members and Committee Chairs

PTO/Renaissance Board

  O F F I C E R S President Laurie Gillespie
Vice President Amy Cook
Secretary Connie Hynes
Treasurer Teresa Dickerson
Members at Large Sandra Driggs
Elizabeth Jekel
 Ginger Grayer
Heather Parker
  A D M I N I S T R A T O R S Principal Rob Willman
Assistant Principal Staff Development Jody Johnson
Assistant Principal Student Activities Jeff Cerqueira
Assistant Principal Student Development Joe Voelker
Teacher Representative Amanda Ford
  T E A C H E R


Welcome Breakfast (July) Elizabeth Jekel
Holiday Luncheon Dawn LaFayette
February Luncheon (Thursday) Tiffiany Foster
Retirement Reception (May)  Susan Mckay
Party Carts Jennie Olmstead
Jodi Lukinovich
  T E A C H E R


Staff of the Month Kelly Bratcher
Staff Baskets Wendy Moody
November Thank You Notes Susan McKay
  S T U D E N T


After Prom Heather Parker
Tricia McClellan
Senior Day Kim Moon
Laura Rodgers
Student of the Month Michelle Owings
Amanda Ford
Success Cards Carolyn Cromwell
Sports Physicals Missy Denny
Open House Reception Kate Burger
College Day Refreshments Kate Burger
Dawn LaFayette
Sr. Dinner Dance Faye Eades
  F U N D R A I S I N G Capital Campaign  (Aug) Laurie Gillespie
Dawn Lafayette
Walk-a-thon (Fall) Ellen Sparrow
Amy Cook
Fall Fun Fest Amy Cook


Student Renaissance

The Student Renaissance, led by Ms. Julie Hanen and Deann Trasher, has student committees which plan and organize school activities with the following goals:

 Student Recognition  To recognize and acknowledge students for their academic achievements, leadership, and attendance.
 Staff Recognition  To recognize and acknowledge the faculty for their contributions to make school a better place.
 Spirit Recognition  To encourage school spirit and pride.

The Student Renaissance has two fundraisers each year to provide the funds to reach these goals:
Walk – a – thon (October)
Holiday Bazaar (December)
Academic Pep Rally (April)


Monthly Updates

Treasurers Report


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