Mission/Purpose

Winnetka District 36 school PTOs are each separate organizations that fall under one “Central PTO” umbrella.

The purpose of the Central PTO is to serve as a common meeting ground for District 36 School PTOs and the Superintendent to share ideas, foster communication, create consistency, and share resources.  It serves  as a forum for information exchange between parents, the Superintendent and schools.  Central PTO allows all schools to continue the functions that we value by providing insurance to allow activities to take place at each of the schools, absorbing the cost for the online directory (Directory Spot), and providing financial oversight for all school PTOs.

Collectively, all District 36 PTOs support, enhance, and encourage the educational and social environment of the Winnetka Public Schools.  The goals are to complement the school curriculum with additional opportunities for parents, teachers, and students to learn, socialize, communicate, and grow.

The PTOs establish and maintain programs and committees and purchase items for the schools to fulfill the above stated purpose ad engage in fundraising activities to support such efforts.

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Meetings

All Central PTO meetings are held on the 1st Friday of each month in the Skokie School Community Room at 9:15am, or via Zoom.


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Central PTO Meeting Minutes – May 2021 

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – April 2021

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – March 2021

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – February 2021 

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – January 2021

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – December 2020

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – November 2020

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – October 2020 

Central PTO Meeting Minutes – September 2020

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Directory Spot

The Central PTO publishes a directory each year through Directory Spot. The online directory lists everyone in the Winnetka District 36 schools (K-8), who have opted-in to having their information published. The data is pulled from what you entered when you registered your child(ren) for school. The directory can be accessed from the web or via the app store from your handheld device. Please be patient as the updated directory typically comes out several weeks after the new school year starts. 

For iPhone Users

  1. Go to the iTunes App Store and search “DirectorySpot” or go to http://goo.gl/5U2Tzq
  2. Download to your iPhone (or mobile device).
  3. Launch DirectorySpot, enter your email address* as your Username, and click on “Reset Password.” An email will be sent to you with a link to set your password.
  4. Set your new password, then go back to the DirectorySpot app on your phone and enter your new password (make sure to click on “Save Password” so that you will not have to enter it each time).
  5. Click on “Login” and start using the app!
    *The email address used is the one from the current school directory. If you have two emails listed, both/either will work.

For Android Users

  1. Go to Google Play and search “DirectorySpot” or go to http://goo.gl/iBK9lY
  2. Download to your Android phone.
  3. Launch DirectorySpot, click “Reset Password”, enter your email address* and an email will be sent to you with a link to set your password.
  4. Set your new password, then go back to the DirectorySpot app on your phone and enter your new password (make sure to click on “Save Password” so that you will not have to enter it each time).
  5. Click on “Login” and start using the app!
    *The email address used is the one from the current school directory. If you have two emails listed, both/either will work.

To access the data from the Web

  1. Go to http://www.directoryspot.net and click on “login” in the upper right hand corner.
  2. Enter your email address as your Username, and click on “Forgot Password.” An email will be sent to you with a link to set your password.
  3. Once you have done that, enter your password.
  4. You will be able to see the directory data and search on it.

Make sure to check out all the features, such as the auto dial when you click on a phone number, or the auto launching of maps when you click on an address. If you hold down the cell phone number, you will get an option to send a text or call the number (iPhone only). DirectorySpot will even create an email if you click on someone’s email address.

Frequently Asked Questions

For answers to common questions about Directory Spot, please see the FAQ below.

For assistance, please contact: Sarah Levi at sarah24levi@gmail.com.

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Membership

All parents and legal guardians of students who currently attend Winnetka School District 36 and all current faculty and administration of Winnetka School District 36 shall be eligible for Membership in the Organization.  Regular members shall have the right to attend and participate in all meetings and activities of the Organization.  All Regular Members who are current in annual payment of annual dues, shall have the right to vote on all issues before the Membership, elect officers and hold office.

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