2017–2018 BOARD

Meet the 2017–18 Board


President, Sarah Carter

I've been a Beverly parent since 2007 when my oldest son Ashton (now a Sophomore at Central) started kindergarten at the old building. I have 3 kids currently attending Beverly, Owen (7th grade), Carly (5th grade) and Everett (1st grade). My day job is an ultrasound technologist and my hobbies listening to podcasts and doing anything active outside. I got asked by a friend to join the PTO and decided to jump right in the VP/president position to follow in a few awesome ladies footsteps. I'm looking forward to being the president this year and making this a great school year with my side kick Stephanie Grant (your awesome PTO VP). 


The PRESIDENT shall preside at all meetings of the Organization and shall perform all duties usually pertaining to the office. The President shall be kept informed of all committee meetings. The President will be responsible for determining the agenda for the meetings and for keeping the agenda.
The President will be responsible for preparing a yearly operating budget, to be voted upon by
the membership at the first monthly meeting of the academic school year.



Vice President, Stephanie Milem-Grant

I am married to Randy. We will celebrate 10 years this September. EEK! I am also mom to Emma, an amazing, funny, smart and creative third grader. I am employed at Envelope Mart Inc as a customer service rep for 18 years. When can I retire? When I have free time, I like to glamp, read, and binge watch Netflix. I always make time for Buckeye football. Beverly has been in my life well before having kids. My niece was a Bobcat at the old Beverly twenty years ago. I’m not that old, am I?  I can recall helping at Carnival even back then. I have to say Carnival at the new Beverly ROCKS!  Being in PTO at Beverly or at a TPS School is just a family thing.  We’re a TPS PROUD family.  Volunteering at Beverly as a coach, troop leader and PTO board member has been rewarding and hard at the same time. I do what I do so that you and your child get the best experience from Beverly. Don’t ever be afraid to dip your toes in to volunteering in some way at your child’s school. You get more out than you put in. The smile of a kid enjoying themselves at Carnival, Trunk or Treat, running down the soccer field, or enjoying those “home baked” cupcakes makes it all worth it.


The VICE-PRESIDENT shall act as an aide to the President, and shall perform the duties of the President in the absence of that officer. The Vice-President will be responsible to maintain the Bobcat Bulletin Board, Scholarship Committee (if applicable), and act as a Greeter at PTO meetings. The Vice-President is responsible for obtaining and overseeing the annual examination of the financial records by a qualified individual. The Vice-President assumes the role of the President the next academic year.

Ways & Means, Loreen Kendricks

I am a native of Michigan born and raised in Detroit, I graduated from Wayne State University with a Degree in Management Information Systems.  After being in financial services for 21 years as an Assistant Vice President, and Branch Manager, I left and started my own business as a Real Estate agent. I practiced in Michigan for 12 years until I became I full time stay at home mom— the hardest job I’ve have ever had and love so much at the same time.  In 2015, my husband of 25 years suddenly passed away and I needed change for myself and my children.  A long time friend suggested Toledo, I visited and found that I loved it, so much to do, so many new experiences, so many wonderful people.  I packed up my kids in 2016 and moved.   My daughter’s first year with Mrs. Swaddling was amazing and the staff was so warm and welcoming and the parents were so active. I knew I had found a home at Beverly.  Even though I didn’t know a lot of people I stay involved in my child’s education and help when I could in school activities.  The hats that I wear in addition to MOM, during the day Full time Realtor, and being on Ways and Means — activitely asking for donations and support for our Bobcats— a role that I enjoy and because of my LOVE for Michigan was nominated for— Go Blue!

The WAYS & MEANS COORDINATOR shall be responsible for bringing to the Executive Board details involving any and all fundraising activities where students are asked to participate. This person should help coordinate the type of fundraising so it does not interfere with fundraising activities already planned during the year. The Ways & Means Coordinator will review each fundraising event to make sure that check and balance procedures for the handling of monies are in place. The Ways & Means Coordinator shall be responsible for the collection and accounting of all funds for any fundraising event or fundraising activity.  All monies shall be deposited into the Organization’s bank account within 48 hours after the event. The Membership will be responsible to approve, through vote, the fundraising activity being proposed.


Treasurer, Amanda Farringer

I have a 9 year old daughter, Paytan, that will be in 4th grade this school year. We also have a beagle mix 2 year old dog. I love playing softball, volleyball and watching my daughter in any hobbies/sports she does. During the day I work at Fifth Third Bank as a Personal Banker. I decided to join the PTO because I would love to be involved with my daughter’s school. Last Year was our first year with Beverly and I am very Beverly proud because everyone comes together to get things done or to help find answers to any problems parents have.


The TREASURER shall:
  • Receive all monies of the Organization.
  • Keep an accurate record of receipts and expenditures.
  • Pay out funds authorized by the Organization.
  • Present a statement of the account at every meeting of the Organization and at other times
  • when requested by the Executive Board.
  • Keep only current books in his/her possession:
    • All other books and canceled checks shall remain for a period of (7) seven years in a designated area in the school. 
    • The Treasurer’s books shall be examined an independent, qualified person who is not a Member of the Organization between July 1 and July 31.
  • Be Bonded 
    • The fee necessary to obtain liability insurance for the Organization through the Toledo Board of Education shall be paid annually from PTO funds. 
    • All funds are to be kept in a local checking account.
    • Withdrawal from the account will require two signatures.
    • The President, Treasurer, and two (2) of the remaining voting members of the Executive Board will be authorized to sign checks. No two (2) people signing checks shall be related by marriage or otherwise.
  • Be responsible for keeping the signature card on file at the banking institution current.
    • Movement of the account from one institution to another will require a vote of the Executive Board.
    • The account must be kept at a regular banking institution carrying FDIC insurance and cannot be a credit union.
    • The bank must have a branch office within five (5) miles of Beverly School, unless good cause can be shown otherwise and approved by a majority vote of the membership at a general meeting.
  • Be responsible to file or have filed all appropriate filings and fees paid to the Internal Revenue Service, and the Ohio Attorney General.
  • Coordinate with the Ways & Means Coordinator and Athletics Coordinator to verify that an appropriate check and balance structure is in place for the handling of monies at each event or activity.
  • Upon receipt, submit monthly statement from bank, general ledger and back-up information to yearly assigned member of the Executive board who is a not a signatory of the bank account for monthly reconciliation of account.

Secretary, Sherry Grover

I am the mom of four rambunctious boys, a 3rd grader, 1st grader, kindergarten and future bobcat. While they are my first and most important job I also hold a special education position at TPS. I am involved in the PTO, so I know what is happening with my kids at school.


The SECRETARY shall keep a record of all meetings of the Organization and shall keep current books and records pertaining to the business of the Organization, except those of the Treasurer. The Secretary shall conduct the correspondence of the Organization, except those conducted by the Communications Coordinator. All PTO minutes need to be reviewed and approved by the President and the school office before being handed out to the membership.






Parliamentarian, Dana Quick

Dana is a mother of 3 very loud children -- a new TTA Tiger, a 3rd grade Bobcat, and a future Bobcat. When she's not corralling kids, or parents as PTO Parliamentarian, she enjoys quilting, cooking, baking, and other general craftiness. She also works as an attorney with the law firm of Bugbee & Conkle practicing in the area of employment law and complex commercial litigation.


The PARLIAMENTARIAN shall be responsible for making sure that meetings are conducted in an appropriate manner. The Parliamentarian will monitor discussion time for member. Each 
member will be limited to two minutes per agenda item to state his/her point of view, ask questions, receive response, and to pose follow up questions. The Parliamentarian may provide 
education on Rules & Procedures as necessary or requested by the Membership. Recommendations for procedures are to be made as needed to the President. From time to time 
the Parliamentarian may call a special committee to review and revise the By-Laws as provided in Article IX. The Parliamentarian will act as a greeter at all PTO meetings.



Athletics, Lucas Webb

Lucas has been married to his wife, Valerie, for 10 years. They have 2 daughters, a 2nd grade Bobcat and a preschool "Future Bobcat". He works at Bowling Green State University with Marketing & Communications. His hobbies include following sports and brewing beer. He enjoys volunteering for PTO Athletics because he enjoys coaching and getting kids active. 

The ATHLETICS COORDINATOR shall serve as chair of the standing Athletics Committee. The Athletics Coordinator shall propose an annual calendar of sports activities to the membership
at the first meeting of the year, to be approved by a simple majority of the membership. The Athletics Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating the logistics of the various sports
activities. The Athletics Coordinator will review the cash-handling procedures of each athletic activity to make sure that sufficient check and balance procedures for the handling of monies are in place. The Athletics Coordinator shall be responsible for the collection and accounting of all funds collected or paid out related to all athletic events activity. All monies shall be deposited into the Organization’s bank account within 48 hours after the event. The Athletics Coordinator shall report to the Membership at each regular meeting on the activities of athletics and its committee.





Communications Coordinator, Drew Stiles

Drew has been happily married to her husband, Nate for the last 12 years and they have two sweet daughters, Lily in second grade and Meadow in sixth grade. She is a full time stay at home mom and volunteer, but does work a couple days a week. Drew has served in the past as PTO vice president, president and secretary. She enjoys volunteering. Drew embraces coffee with reckless abandon and can be frequently spotted at Plate 21. When she is not busy running the girls (and their friends) around, she also enjoys doing RAKs, reading, working on stained glass and blown glass, baking, and outdoor activities. By the way, she loves to talk; you’ve been warned! Beverly has defined what a community is for the Stiles family. The kindness and willingness to work together by the families, administration, teachers and staff make Beverly a family.


The COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR shall handle the website administration, Google Calendar, monthly PTO newsletter, e-mail lists where applicable, all mass mailings (whether through email or regular mail) needed by the Board to the Membership, and shall act as a liaison between the PTO and TPS communications department. The Communications Coordinator shall also be responsible for the administration of all Facebook page(s) and groups of the PTO and its standing committees, including but not limited to monitoring discussions, or appointing moderators to monitor discussions, to keep the pages and groups free from spam, vitriol, abuse, personal attacks, and other behavior that is counter to the mission of the PTO and its work in the school and the community.


Past President, Jenni Fulop

Jenni Fulop is a wife, and mom to 2nd grader, Lily. She is just crazy enough to be a volunteer-aholic. When she isn’t working at the YMCA Gymnastics Center, Savage and Associates or Subbing for a TPS classroom she can be found volunteering for something. She enjoys her time volunteering with Beverly PTO, Girl Scouts of Western Ohio and Toledo Metroparks. Her hobbies mostly include running Lily to activities but hiking, archery and spending time with her family, friends and Girl Scouts fills her heart. Jenni came to PTO and stays because she loves the support and care that runs deep among the active and dedicated members. When help is needed, the PTO or one of its members is quick to answer the call.








Teacher Representatives:

Mrs. Whaley, Intermediate; Mrs. Sitzenstock, Junior High; Mrs. Lamberger, Primary

Members Ex Officio:  

Matthew Rowley, Principal

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