Schaumburg Township Council of PTA offers scholarships for graduating seniors who attended a District 54 school. STC awarded 11 $1,000 scholarships in 2016. There are three types of scholarships:
- Junior College/Trade School/Vocational School Scholarships for seniors with a GPA of 2.85 or higher or a weighted GPA of 2.9 or higher (one scholarship available);
- Four-Year College/University Scholarships for seniors with a GPA of 3.3 or higher or a weighted GPA of 3.6 or (eight scholarships available); and
- The Bonnie Greenberg Memorial Scholarship for a graduating senior with special education needs. The student need not be enrolled in special education classes, but must have a current IEP (one scholarship available).
Click below to access the applications.
- Bonnie Greenberg Application (pdf file) Bonnie Greenberg Application (Word doc)
- 4 Year Application (pdf file) 4 Year Application (Word doc)
- 2 Year Application (pdf file) 2 Year Application (Word doc)
Applications for the 2017 scholarship are due by 3 p.m. on Feb. 3, 2017. Candidates will be notified by April 15. An awards banquet to honor the students will be held May 10, 2017. Candidates have been notified. For more information, contact Nicole Villafuerte at (847) 975-0489 or email@example.com.
The Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs (STC) is seeking nominations for the Executive Committee for the 2017-18 school year. Nominations are being accepted for President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer.
To be eligible for nomination an individual must have served as a member of the STC executive board, or as an officer of a local unit in the council or have attended a STC executive board/president meeting within the last three years. The consent of each candidate must be obtained before they can be nominated. Please submit nominations to Lisa Reck (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday, December 12.
PRESIDENT – Presides over all meeting of the council and its executive board. Is a member ex-officio of all committees except the nominating committee and, if authorized to sign checks, the audit committee. Signs all legal documents, including contracts. Appoints members to special committees subject to approval of the executive board. Signs with the secretary all orders on the treasury of the council. Helps to extend PTA work into all parts of the council territory. Provides a monthly report to the District 54 Board of Education. Coordinates the work of the officers and committees in order that the Objects may be promoted. Submits the council plan of work and all circularized materials. Has completed the Illinois PTA President’s Course before election or within six (6) months of election. Serves on the District 54 Education Foundation Board as well as other duties that may be delegated or assigned.
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT – Assists President as needed. Performs duties of the president in the absence of that officer. Serves as chairman of the program committee and perform such other duties as may be delegated.
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT – Assists President as needed. Performs duties of the president in the absence of that officer and the first vice president. Serves as chairman of the legislation committee and performs such other duties as may be delegated.
RECORDING SECRETARY – Keeps accurate record in a permanent form of the minutes of all meetings of this council and the executive board. Signs all delegate credentials. Cosigns checks in the absence of the president or treasurer. Not on the audit committee. Performs such other duties as may be delegated.
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY – Conducts the official correspondence of this council in triplicate, keeping one (1) copy on file, transmitting one (1) to the president and one (1) to the respective board member. Keep an accurate roster of the name of the local PTA/PTSA units in membership, the name and addresses of local PTA/PTSA unit officers and delegates, and the names and addresses of the members of the council executive board and performs such other duties as may be delegated.
TREASURER – Receives all monies of this organization and keeps an accurate record of receipts and expenditures. Places all monies in a depository approved by the executive board. Pays out funds in accordance with the budget as approved by the membership and authorized by properly signed vouchers. Vouchers shall be signed by two persons. Checks shall be signed by the treasurer and one other duly elected and authorized officer. Presents a written financial statement in triplicate at every meeting of the organization and at other times as requested by the executive board. Provides the checkbook, all bank statements, canceled and voided check, deposit slips, receipt book, treasurer’s record book, vouchers and invoices for all disbursement to the audit committee who shall satisfy that the treasurer’s annual report is correct and shall prepare and sign a statement to be incorporated with said annual report no later than July 15. Is responsible for completion and filing of appropriate forms as may be required by IRS no later than the date established by the regulations. Not a member of the audit committee. Completes the official Illinois PTA Finance training within six (6) months of election and closes the books annually by June 30.
Please complete the STC 2017-2018 Nomination Form and return it to any member of the nominating committee, listed below, by Dec. 12, 2016.
The Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs has $9,200 available for special projects, and it is looking for your ideas to Spend the Cash.
The funds are available because of a multi-year donation from Lifetouch (our school picture provider). Your idea for spending all or part of that cash must be a program or event that upholds the mission and values of PTA and benefits all of the School District 54 students.
Any PTA/PTSA member may submit an idea. To submit your idea, please complete this STC Spend The Cash Proposals Form and send it to your school’s PTA/PTSA president or directly to Schaumburg Township Council President Sue Budak (email@example.com). Applications are due by December 7, 2016.
Last year, the Council implemented three projects from submitted ideas: grants of up to $200 per PTA/PTSA to support a cultural arts assembly open to the entire student body, grants of up to $200 per PTA/PTSA for the purchase of gym/recess equipment, and $1,000 for the purchase of Baggo games, a Karaoke machine, and sturdy transportation boxes to be added to our carnival games lending program.
The following students from District 54 moved on to the state level for Reflections, a PTA writing and fine arts competition. The theme of the 2015-16 Reflections Program was “Let Your Imagination Fly.” District 54 students were able to submit an entry in any of the following six arts areas: film production, dance choreography, literature, musical composition, photography and visual arts.
Name, Title of Work, School, Grade
- Sai, Dance, Churchill, 1
- Sai, Electronic Dance, Churchill, 2
- Madison, Stand Tall, Lincoln Prairie, 4
- Faro, When Pigs Fly, Fairview, 4
- Soham, “Click” Go To Sleep, Fairview, 5
- Haley, Fly, Campanelli, 6
- Ashley, A Runner’s Dream, Lincoln Prairie, 6
- Vineeth, Let Your Imagination Fly, Churchill, 6
- Julian, Lego Natural Disasters, Hoover, 6
- Olivia, Who We Want To Be, Lincoln Prairie, 7
- Grace, It Was Just My Imagination, Eisenhower, 8
- Anish, Brothers, Fairview, Kindergarten
- Charlotte, Upside Down World, Hale, 2
- Karina, Imagine a Fall Rainbow, Campanelli, 2
- Jessica, The Peace Book, Nerge, 3
- Allison, Pigs Fly, Collins, 4
- Dev, The Football King, Link, 5
- Vedant, Leo the Lion, Churchill, 2
- Allison, Dreaming, Lincoln Prairie, 4
- Sanjana, My Feelings, Churchill, 5
- Shreya, Twirling in to Dreams, Fairview, 5
- Monika, City of Dreams, Campanelli, 6
- Annie, Waking Up, Frost, 8
- Julia, A Little Ghost Visits My Room, Lincoln Prairie, 1
- Simran, The Butterfly and the Flower, Fairview, 3
- Julia, Up in the Sky, Fairview, 6
- Nicolas, Out of this World, Lincoln Prairie, 7
- Allison, A Wheel of Hope, Keller, 8
- Maiya, Fairy Tale Forest, Dooley, 1
- Aarav, All Hands on Deck to Save Animals, Fairview, 2
- Amelia, Inmajynate is real, Hoover, 2
- Angel, Let Your Imagination Fly, Campanelli, 4
- Rebecca, My Imaginary World, Fairview, 5
- Sean, Moose-n-around, Eisenhower, 7
Special Artist – Film Production
- Clara, Clara’s Hotel Transylvania 2 Facts, Lakeview, 1
Special Artist – Visual Arts
- Annabelle, Buildings, Aldrin, 4
Special Artist – Photography
- Jack, I Believe I Can Fly, Addams, 8
- Clara, The Yoshi, Lakeview, 1
The Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs is proud to announce its 2016 scholarship recipients:
The Bonnie Greenberg Memorial Scholarship
- Rebecca Fuentes (Fox/Addams/Schaumburg)
Two Year Junior College/Trade or Vocational School Scholarship
- Celina Perez (Fox/Addams/Schaumburg)
Four Year College/University Scholarship
- Ayesha Mohan (Hoover/Keller/Conant)
- Rachel Fox (Dooley/Addams/Schaumburg)
- Kelsey Davis (Aldrin/Frost/Schaumburg)
- Melissa Wickland (Aldrin/Frost/Schaumburg)
- Daniel Torres-Solache (Enders-Salk/Keller/Hoffman Estates)
- Jack McCoy (Blackwell/Addams/Schaumburg)
- Jessica D’Souza (Campanelli/Mead/Schaumburg)
- Shriram Chennakesavalu (Campanelli/Mead/Conant)
- Morgan Wessel (Stevenson/Mead/Conant)
Each student will be awarded a one-year, $1,000 scholarship at the annual STC Scholarship Recognition Dinner May 11 at Addams Junior High School. The recipients are all seniors in high school who once attended a District 54 school.
The STC Elementary Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce the recipients of the scholarships for summer enrichment camps and programs this year. The Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs extends its congratulations to the 75 recipients and its best wishes to all of the 95 students who applied. The committee would like to thank the local unit Elementary Scholarship Coordinators at each of our schools who worked to make this program a success.
|Alesandra C.||Anne Fox||6||Robotics Using Lego NXT|
|Rayhan A.||Armstrong||6||Camp Napowan|
|Alexia B.||Armstrong||5||Girls Scouts – Make It, Take It|
|Nicholas P.||Armstrong||4||Harper Coaches Basketball Camp|
|David P.||Armstrong||K||Explorer’s 3 Day Camp|
|Nick S.||Armstrong||6||Camp Napowan|
|Mason T.||Armstrong||6||Napowan Adventure Camp|
|Dominic R.||Blackwell||6||Camp Napowan|
|Kaden C.||Campanelli||1||Roosevelt University Summer Reading|
|Lara D.||Campanelli||3||Precious Angel Summer Camp|
|Neela G.||Campanelli||6||Conservation Science Investigation-Brookfield Zoo|
|Riya J.||Campanelli||6||Debate & Discourse-Current Events|
|Kelly M.||Campanelli||3||The Big Dig|
|Monika N.||Campanelli||6||Introduction to Manufacturing Camp|
|Gianna G.||Collins||4||Piano Lessons|
|Sophia M.||Collins||K||Lil Astronauts|
|Madeline M.||Collins||1||Tumble Stars|
|Arden M.||Collins||2||Video Game Animation|
|Cecilia S.||Collins||4||Junior Golf|
|Zephyr Z.||Collins||1||NWSRA Swim Lessons|
|Haley B.||Dooley||1||Drama Camp|
|Mia H.||Dooley||4||All About Fish|
|Miu S.||Dooley||2||Frozen Claymation Camp|
|Ken S.||Dooley||2||Chicago Bulls Half Day Camp|
|Ethan G.||Einstein||2||Video Game Programming|
|Tallen P.||Einstein||2||NWSRA Sunrise Camp|
|Tanvi S.||Einstein||2||Video Game Programming|
|Valerie V.||Einstein||3||Piano Lessons|
|Richard Y.||Einstein||1||Summer STEM Academy|
|Matthew C.||Eisenhower||7||Camp Napowan|
|Jessica F.||Eisenhower||7||Girl Scout Camp Cadets Sampler|
|Giselle A.||Ender-Salk||3||Science Camp|
|Emma J.||Ender-Salk||4||Summer Basketball Skills Camp|
|Angela T.||Ender-Salk||6||Theater amp|
|Rachel D.||Fairview||5||Sister Act -Girl Scout Camp|
|Emily G.||Fairview||2||Nature Pirates|
|Alexandra H.||Fairview||4||Cookin’ Up History|
|Cady M.||Fairview||1||Youth Tennis Camp|
|Fateh S.||Fairview||2||Professional Soccer Academy|
|Alexander W.||Fairview||4||White Pines Ranch Camp|
|Amber S.||Hanover Highlands||4||YMCA Camp MacLean|
|Morgan A.||Hoover||3||Perfecta Farm Blue Ribbon Summer Camp|
|Skanda A.||Hoover||1||Summer Kasper Program|
|William D.||Hoover||1||Pre-Engineering Camp w/ LEGO We Do Robotics|
|Kayla P.||Hoover||K||All Star Sports-Basketball Camp|
|Cadence T.||Hoover||3||Heritage Farm-Victorian Finishing School|
|Aarohi V.||Hoover||4||Adventure Day Camp|
|Nicholas D.||Lakeview||6||Summer Basketball Skills Camp|
|Clara E.||Lakeview||1||Girl Power Pre-Engineering w/ Lego Mini Camp|
|Michelle K.||Lakeview||K||Girl Power Pre-Engineering w/ Lego Mini Camp|
|Nayda S.||Lakeview||1||Explorer 3 Day Camp|
|Rikuto T.||Lakeview||2||Bash ‘em Bots Using LEGO|
|Zoe C.||Lincoln Prairie||4||Spotlight Youth Theater|
|Chiara D.||Lincoln Prairie||3||Summer Dance Camp|
|Finn J.||Lincoln Prairie||K||Brookfield Zoo Discovery Camp|
|Nicholas M.||Lincoln Prairie||6||Lights, Camera, Action Movie Camp|
|Niko O.||Lincoln Prairie||6||Drama Rama – Girl Scout|
|Saanji S.||Lincoln Prairie||7||Young Architects – In Zone|
|Ayaan S.||Lincoln Prairie||1||Robotics Using Lego WEDO|
|Teagan W.||Lincoln Prairie||7||Program Aide Take the Lead|
|Ashlyn V.||Link||2||Beginning/Intermediate Musical Theatre Camp|
|Troy J.||MacArthur||3||Northwest Flag Football Camp|
|Brandon P.||MacArthur||5||Summer STEM Academy|
|Gwendolynn R.||MacArthur||2||Elite Soccer Summer Camp|
|Cristina W.||MacArthur||4||Skyhawks Track & Field Camp|
|Isabel W.||MacArthur||K||Summer STEM Academy|
|Zalen C.||Mead||7||Camp Napowan|
|Robby S.||Mead||7||Private Saxophone Lessons|
|Avery C.||Nerge||3||Summer Art Camp|
|Cole H.||Nerge||1||Skyhawks Beginning Golf Camp|
|Kyle P.||Nerge||1||Summer Art Camp|
|Cole S.||Nerge||3||Video Game Programming|
|Charlotte S.||Nerge||5||Girl Scout Stay Up-Sleep-In Camp|
|Lillian S.||Nerge||2||Setting The Stage – Guys & Dolls|
|Trevor F.||Stevenson||5||A Matter of Chemistry – In Zone|