Incarnation PTO

The Incarnation PTO is an organization to support Incarnation School. PTO meetings are held once a month with the pastor and principal present. The PTO helps to assist the school financially as well as for the service of the students. Numerous activities throughout the year contribute to the success of the PTO. If you are interested in helping out the PTO and becoming more involved with Incarnation School please contact the office or one of the numerous PTO board members listed below.

Liz Brill                                           President
Tammy Schaff                               Vice President
Leslie Sandhu                                Secretary
Terri Conroy                                  School Treasurer
Fr. Brian                                         Pastor
Leah Coghlan                                Principal
Jenny Noward                              Teacher Liaison
Alison Wike                                   Outgoing President
Meghan Richardson                    Parent Liaison
Lisa Bowman                                 Parent Liaison
Ashley Mantica                             Parent Liaison
Megan Popp                                   Parent Liaison

Incarnation PTO Committee Chairs

Pancake Flip with Santa:

Incarnation families enjoy a pancake breakfast, visit the Elf Shop for holiday shopping, and have fun with reindeer games and crafts.  Children and adults alike love trying to catch flipped pancakes onto their plates!  Volunteers are needed to help plan and organize this event.  Help on the day of the event is also needed.
Committee Chair: Caitlin Krebs – email

The FRY:

The fish fry and silent auction are Incarnation School and PTO’s largest fundraiser and community event.  Volunteers are needed in the months before and on the day of the event.  Individuals must be 21 years old to volunteer and participate in this event.
Committee Chairs: Brian Van Nest – email. Nicole Van Nest – email

Crusader Classic Golf Outing:

The golf outing is hosted in September.  Incarnation parents look forward to this now annual event!  Adults who are not playing in the outing are welcome to come hang out in the “Crusader Lounge” to socialize, enjoy apps and a drink, and browse the silent auction items. Committee members meet per the committee chair’s needs to assist in planning the event.  Help on the day of the event is also needed.

Committee Chairs: Nicole Van Nest – email

Helping Hands:

Volunteers help with meals and support to families in their time of need.
Committee Chair: Meghan Richardson – email

Junior High Dances:

Angie Mahoney – Grade 8 – email

Landscaping / School Grounds Beautification:

Volunteers help with weeding, planting, and maintaining the front school grounds, seasonal decorations, and flower arrangements.
Committee Chair: Gretchen Farrell – email


Volunteers conduct art appreciation classes with an established program and already prepared materials.  Prior art knowledge/experience or teaching background is not needed.  This program held in school is completely volunteer-run.
Committee Chair: Emily Mitsch – email

Moms in Prayer:

Erin Brandon – email

School Supply Kits:

Volunteers help to deliver pre-packaged supply kits to classrooms the week of open house in August.  This is a two-hour time commitment on only one date.
Committee Chair: Kelly Hackitt – email

Spirit Wear:

Emily Sequin – email

Teacher Luncheons:

Volunteers help produce periodic special lunches for faculty and staff at Incarnation.  Food items, paper products, setup and cleanup are needed.
Committee Chair: Stacey Ristaino – email

Trivia Night:

Grab some friends and register for a table on Trivia Night.  This event is held in the Parish Activity Center (PAC).  Volunteers are needed for setup and clean up.
Committee Chairs: Ed & Theresa Busher – email

Uniform Exchange:

Volunteers sort and display gently used uniforms for exchange throughout the year.  The uniforms donated to the uniform exchange are given free of charge to Incarnation families. Parents do not have to donate to the uniform exchange to take items, but feel free to bring your outgrown, gently used unforms to the exchange to be offered to other families.
Committee Chair: Maria Rao – email

Welcoming Committee:

Welcoming events include a back-to-school social, an early childhood playdate, and a coffee social, open to all families!
Committee Chair: Emily Roderer email


Austin Borton – email

School Fundraising:

Families of Incarnation School and Church are asked to sign up with these organizations that give back to our school with personal purchases: Kroger Rewards; Amazon Smile; Box Tops; and DLM Rewards.  Also, look for information throughout the year for restaurant nights, when restaurants will give the school a percentage of profit made on the arranged evenings!
Committee Chair: Ryan Leesman email


If you would like more information on an event or want to know how to get involved, please reach out to the committee chair or a PTO Board Member.  Thank you for your continued support of Incarnation School and the PTO!

Incarnation School Rewards Programs

Kroger Community Rewards

Giving More Back to the Community!

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Kroger Community Rewards makes fund-raising easy…all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!

Click Here to Sign Up

Dorothy Lane Market

Sign Up in person for the Good Neighbors Program supporting Incarnation PTO at Dorothy Lane Market