The Canandaigua Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA) believes in making every child's potential a reality by being the premier organization for parent involvement and advocacy. Canandaigua PTSA is a powerful voice for all children, a significant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.
The PTSA provides critical financial support for various school activities and resource or equipment needs. It strongly supports the community-wide Character Education, Health & Wellness, and Family Involvement initiatives of our school district.
Contact us at: CanandaiguaPTSA@gmail.com
The PTSA Flyer Program: In partnership with the school district, the Canandaigua PTSA makes it possible to provide informational flyers directly to students and parents on a timely basis. PTSA Flyers are online! You can check anytime for updates. Flyers are posted on this site immediately upon approval. Flyer information is also utilized in the monthly PTSA e-newsletter.
Check out this month's flyers here! Find them by scrolling to the bottom of the latest PTSA Newsletter.
PTSA continues to recognize the high value of community and family involvement in the growth and education of our youth. Enrichment opportunities are a great community asset. The PTSA Flyer concept was introduced to enable effective and inexpensive promotion/marketing of these activities. Flyers are posted in an electronic format, available for browsing and printing directly from the site. This helps cut costs and reduces paper waste.
All flyers must be produced and made available in an electronic format by the submitting organization (see below). This is a great way for non-profits and school-related organizations to reach students and parents directly with information about upcoming activities. Posting occurs as soon as each flyer is approved by the District Community Relations office. Please plan accordingly.
- Only non-profit and/or school-related organizations may participate.
- Flyers in electronic format may be any size. But they must be in either Word or Adobe .pdf format.
- Note the schedule posted in the district calendar monthly and plan accordingly for proper lead time for your event. No exceptions will be made if submissions are late.
- All materials to be posted must first be approved by the school district. Contact Community Relations - Andy Thomas: (585)396-3714.
- Materials submitted for posting should be focused on general information such as the announcement of a meeting, a sign up for future activities, or a special event. These materials cannot be solicitations, proselytizing in nature, or designed for any commercial purpose.
- Submit your electronic flyer to:
We hope that you find these procedures helpful. PTSA and the school district thank you for your support of our community’s youth.
For any other information, contact Heather Holman, PTSA Flyer Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The PTSA sponsors many varied activities and we really need your support. Explanations of just some of the opportunities are listed below. Volunteer your time, donate and/ or become a PTSA member…it is up to you!
PTSA Flyer Helper Come to help a few hours a month collating and putting together the monthly PTSA Flyer. This is a great way to volunteer on a regularly scheduled basis during the day.
PTSA Committee Member / District Committee Member Are you interested in being a parent rep for any one of a variety of District-wide school committees?
Box Tops, UPC’s, and Cartridge (BUCs) Helper Help earn $ and products for our schools. Cut, sort, count, and bag Box Top coupons and UPC’s from labels. This is done at your convenience and in the comfort of your home. For BUCs donations, send all items to the PTSA mailbox at each school building
Norma Barton Book Fair Come to the Primary or Elementary School and work for a few hours. You help children select their books, answer questions and take money.
Staff Recognition Week Helper Be part of the committee to help prepare staff recognition events for the district.
Summer Programs Fair Help coordinate this spring event that provides parents with information on many Summer Programs available for their kids.
Kindergarten or UPK Screening Do you like to lead a small group of children from place to place? Come help for a few hours in the spring as the incoming kindergartners move about the building for screening.
Art Show Set-up (Primary/Elementary) Help put up artwork prior to the spring Art show.
In-School Laminating Laminate materials for staff as needed. You make your own hours.
Testing Breakfast Helpers Help prepare breakfast trays for students taking standardized tests or help serve breakfasts in early morning on day of tests.
Clothing Closet Helper Help out at your convenience in the PTSA Room to keep the clothing and shoes neat.
Regular Copying Come to help an hour or so a week doing copying for many different staff members.
There are many other volunteer opportunities that arise during the school year.
President: Julie Henry,
Lead Building Representative/VP: Mary Kate Cywinski,
Treasurer: Leslie Mast,
Secretary: Jill Ehrlinger,
PTSA Save Around Rochester Coupon Book Coordinators: