Every student at Culbreth benefits from funds raised by the PTSA. Here's a breakdown of our 2015-2016 expenses. If you'd like more details about the budget, please attend one of our PTSA meetings. Once the 2016-2017 budget is approved, we'll post it on this website.
Now, let's talk about where our PTSA funding comes from. As you can see from the 2015-2016 sources of income chart below, the biggest piece of the PTSA pie is membership and donations, followd by grocery cards, which don't cost you a cent, but add up to thousands of dollars for the PTSA. The PTA Thrift Shop and Public School Foundation's Walk for Education, and Spirit Wear sales also make significant contributions. If we don't make our membership and donation goals, we will add other fundraisers, but the easiest way for the PTSA to raise money is for you to join and make a tax-deductible donation.