• What the Council Does

    The PTO Council serves as a liaison between the PTOs at each of the four district schools. The Council coordinates the publication of the district-wide calendar and the student directory App. It also supports a variety of programs, such as the Kenya Sister School, HOH Scholarships, the HOH 5K Run-Walk-Obstacle Course, and the Gift Card Plus Program.

    Goals

    To promote a close relationship between the home and the school, so parents, guardians, teachers, school staff, and school administrators may cooperate in the education and enrichment of the students 

    • To promote an environment in which every student has the opportunity to grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally
    • To raise funds for the benefit of the District 28 Schools and students. 

    Meetings

    The Council meets at 9 a.m. the first Tuesday of the month in the HOH Community Room at the district office, 1475 Maple Ave. The meetings are open to everyone.  

    2021-22 Officers

     President  Cari Raymond
     1st VP Programs  Monique Howard 
     2nd VP Calendar  Paula Kolar
     Corresponding Secretary  Erin Denk
     Recording Secretary  Ena Chang
     Treasurer  Lisa Raju


    Contact

    To contact members of the board, please visit the Paperless PTO District site: District28PTO

  • 11 Receive District 28 HOH Scholarships

    Eleven District 28 alumni from the Glenbrook North High School Class of 2021 were awarded the Homer O. Harvey Scholarship.

    The winners will each receive a $1,000 scholarship toward second-semester college tuition. Scholarships are awarded to outstanding high school students who are graduates of Northbrook Junior High. The 2021 scholarships winners are:

    Annamarie Arner, Derrick Chen, Abaigeal Crockford, Judith Feng, Abigail Knebelkamp, Shea McCarthy, Connor McHugh, Erin Nibeck, Lauren Segal, Sophia Sparacio and Angela Zhao.

    The scholarship fund was established in 1989 and is supported through the District 28 PTO Council. Dr. Homer O. Harvey was a longtime superintendent of District 28 and dedicated his career to providing high standards of excellence and learning. His family continues to be involved with the scholarship selection committee. The annual HOH5K is the top fundraiser for the event and is held on the first Saturday in May. The event returns in 2022 on May 7.

    Since 1989, the first year of the fund, $342,500 has been awarded to 378 Northbrook Junior High graduates.