Phone: 720-747-2200
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11777 E. Wesley Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014
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Welcome to the Eastridge PTCO

Breaking News!

Join us for our first PTCO meeting of the school year. Wednesday, September 12, 2018, 6:00-7:00pm in the Eastridge teacher’s lounge. 

Why come to a PTCO meeting? What will be discussed?

-Connect with other parents.

-Hear about upcoming events and fundraisers.

-Have a say in how PTCO money is distributed.

-Get to know our Principal and Vice Principal.

-Find out about volunteer opportunities in the school.

Make sure to find us on Facebook to stay up to date with our events!

Email us at with any other questions. ​

The Eastridge PTCO is made up of parents, teachers, administrators, and community members.  Together we work to raise funds to help bridge the gap between school budgets and the needs of teachers in the classroom.  We also arrange for fun events and programs to help bring our families together into a community.

We meet the second Wednesday of each month at 6pm in the teacher’s lounge.  Please consider attending a meeting to learn more about us and find out about volunteer opportunities.  We are always in need of more helping hands! Find and like us on Facebook to keep up-to-date on what is going on around the school!

There are several other ways you can also support our PTCO:

-Shop on Amazon Smile.  Each time you shop on Amazon, please go to and select Eastridge Elementary as your charity.  A portion of each sale will be donated to our PTCO!  Click this link to take you directly to our Amazon Smile page:

- King Soopers.  Use an Eastridge King Soopers Gift card to make your purchases and we earn 5% of your purchases in the store and the gas station.  All you need to do is load the card with money (cash, check or credit card) before you buy your groceries and gas.  If you are interested in a King Soopers card, please email us at and we will deliver it to your child's classroom.   

- Box Tops for Education and Labels for Education.  Just cut them off the products you buy and send in an envelope with your child to school.

-Support our dinner nights.  We will schedule several dinner nights throughout the year to area restaurants.  A portion of the sales are donated to our school.

-Skate City nights.  We will have 2 fundraiser nights at Skate City this year.  A portion of the sales will be donated back to Eastridge.

-Boosterthon Fun Run.  Our BIG fundraiser this year will be a fun run!  This fundraiser will take place in the end of November.  Instead of having our kids selling any products, we will raise funds through a character and fitness program.  More information to come!

-Bingo Night.  We have a fun evening of Bingo planned for the spring time.  We use all funds from that evening to support a need in the school.  Past examples include:  computers for the lab and indoor recess games.

-Make a donation.  Donations are always welcome and appreciated!  Checks can be made out to Eastridge PTCO and dropped off in the office.

If you have any other questions or comments, please email us at​.   Find us on Facebook for updated information!

PTCO Contacts

President - Katrina Esquibel

Vice-President - Hope Trujillo

Treasurer - Barb Light

Secretary - Jami'a White

Volunteer Coordinator - OPEN

How much does Eastridge PTCO need to raise this year?   $17,000

That averages to $25 per student

Where does the money go?

K-5 Classroom support:  Field trips, bus transportation to field trips, books for classrooms, supplies for classrooms​

Special events and programs:  G/T books, Destination Imagination, Geography Bee prizes, Ameritowne field trip, LIFT, yearbook, Field Day refreshments, Choir, Kindie graduation

Integrated Arts:  Art supplies, gym a​nd playground equipment, musical instruments and sheet music, updates for computer lab

Additional school support:  Supplies for nurse, school psychologist, social worker, Special Education, PT/OT, Speech and Language, teacher appreciation

Each year we provide funds for special grants.  Past examples include:  New computers for the computer lab, piano for music room, 13 guitars for music room, new Chrome books for classroom use, indoor recess games, chess sets for Chess Club, 10 sets of books for Battle of the Books, Xbox for new Energizer special class.

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