GQES Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

  • The Garland R. Quarles Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization takes an active role in the school community.  The executive board consists of four officers, teachers, principal, committee chairs and any interested parents.  PTO flyers and information are sent home in student’s homework folders.


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PTO Officers and Chairpersons

  • Quarles PTO Officers:
    Erin and Robert Garza: Co-Presidents  |  Kendra Layman: Secretary
    Kim Leslie: Treasurer  |  Viviana Daraban: Reporter
    Jennifer Funk/Janice Morgan:  Teacher/Staff Representation:

    ​Committee Chairs:
    Ms. Karen Guyersin: Fall Fun Run Fundraiser
    Ms. Danielle Rollon, previous PTO president, to conduct a year-long information survey to help engage parents/families
    Ms. Shireen Martinez/Ms. Sara Shoemaker: Winter Fundraiser
    Ms. Heather Onzura/Ms. Rebecca Rodriquez: May Teacher Appreciation Week
    Ms. Victoria Mason: November Educator Appreciation Week