Welcome to the LaSalle II PTO page! The PTO at LaSalle 2 is made up of teachers, staff and all parents and guardians of our students…if your kid goes to LaSalle 2 congratulations, you’re a full voting member of the PTO.

The PTO facilitates communication in our school community via the Google Group, Facebook group and at our meetings and monthly coffees. The PTO takes parent concerns or big ideas to the administration and or the LSC, and through our committees has made real change for our LS2 kids and contributes greatly to our school culture.

To help augment the school’s budget, the PTO and many generous donors have helped support our annual fundraising activities.  Past funds raised at these events have helped pay for a complete replacement of our school public address system and clocks as well as COVID related masks for students, outdoor planters, playground and murals were all parents driven, community initiatives that help offset the school’s sports programs and clubs.  This year we’re aiming to raise funds to make major improvements to our outdoor playfield.

Additional Accomplishments to date

  • We created a Parent Room for all parents to have a place to meet to conduct committee meetings, have coffee, or just hang out before or after chaperoning a field trip.
  • The PTO supports our teachers with monies for supplies and professional development. We also purchase additional school supplies to reduce the costs for parents.
  • The PTO takes parent concerns and helps bring real change to issues as varied as recess, homework, testing and bullying.

The only thing missing from the PTO is you. Your voice, your talents, your insights are vital to making the PTO a partner in the education of our children. Please feel welcome to bring any ideas or feedback to our meetings-you’ll be glad you did!

PTO Leadership

President – Eric Monson, [email protected]

Vice-President Fundraising – Angela Liegel

Vice-President Innovation/Outreach- Ashley Ganbold

Secretary – Aura Bernson

Treasurer – Cody Marvin

PTO Committees

Bilingual Advisory Committee

  • Ashley Ganbold

Education and Wellness (EWC)

  • Ryan Jones
  • Ashley Ganbold


  • Ellen Metz

Parent Outreach Committee

  • Ashley Ganbold

Playground and Infrastructure Committee

  • Eric Monson
  • Natalie Ziegenhagen
  • Gordon Ziegenhagen
  • David Feinberg
  • Martha Khanna
  • Lindsay Marcus
  • Tricia Allen
  • Lital Hasak

Graphic Designers

  • Ryan Jones
  • Philip Jones

Another way to help the school out. If you shop Amazon, shop through Amazon smile with Lasalle II PTO as your charity of choice. It’s free.

The money adds up if all of us amazon shoppers select LaSalle II PTO. And feel free to ask grandparents and others who don’t have a designated charity but shop amazon to also add Lasalle II PTO as their charity.

Box Tops

Have you added the box tops app to your phone? Choose LaSalle II as your school and help the PTO raise funds. It costs you nothing. Please use referral code AH2U067J.

Video from Health Family Fest

PTO News

Thank You LaSalle II PTO!

A huge thank you to our PTO for working tirelessly to raise funds for our school. Recently, the West Town Chamber of Commerce presented a check for $31,148.87 to our school as a result of our participation in summer festivals. The West Town Chamber of Commerce was thrilled to be able to give back to […]

Build a Snowman, 12/9

Our Build a Snowman event will be on 12/9 3-6pm to help everyone get in the holiday spirit. Reserve your snowman on Eventbrite.

Restaurant Day, 11/9

Join us this Wednesday Nov 9 before or after your report card pick up at The Boundary 11:30am-8:00pm! The Boundary will generously donate 15% of the proceeds to the PTO.

Perujazz Field Trip

Recently our 4th and 5th grade Spanish students visited the Old Town School of Folk Music for a performance by Perujazz.

Keeping Recess Safe

Making recess run safely and smoothly is a challenge. On any given day our school needs to supervise more than 500 kids ranging from kindergarten to 8th grade, and recess times span 3 hours of the day. It takes five high energy people.