By-Laws and Slate of Officers for 2020/2021!

Good morning! The PSO Leadership team has proposed updates to our by-laws. We will be voting on the new version of these by-laws at our last meeting of the year Wednesday June 3. Per these by-laws, we are providing this information to our entire PSO membership for your review.

Here is the current draft of edits:

By-Laws with Proposed edits to be voted in June 3

There will be a survey coming out very soon with our proposed slate of officers for next year as well as the updated by-laws. Please participate in this vote. You will have the ability to give feedback as part of that survey or email us at, and please attend our meeting June 3 to participate in this discussion as well as the rest of our year wrap-up!

Survey time

The Mitch Charter School Parent Support Organization (PSO) Leadership Team is preparing for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please complete a quick 5 question survey to let us know how you would like to be involved next year as well as to provide your input on future fundraising activities and community events.

Join the FUN! WE WANT YOU!
Join the Leadership Team! A few positions for next year have been filled with returning PSO leaders, but due to several current team members “graduating” out of their roles, we would like you to consider joining and fill one of those positions on the Leadership Team.

Positions that are available include:

  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Member At Large

For information on Roles and Responsibilities, please click here!

Deadline to complete this survey and provide input is noon, Wednesday, May 13. Your feedback is very much appreciated.


Thank you for your participation!
2019-2020 PSO Leadership Team

It’s MITCH Marathon time!

Run, Foxes, Run!!!

Our biggest fundraiser of the year, that also happens to be one of the most anticipated community events of the year, is just around the corner! We’re looking forward to seeing all our students at Ibach park Friday October 18, and hopefully lots of our families as well!

This is a fun filled, high energy event full of cheers, music, high fives, and even sometimes some cowbells 🙂

Please go to our marathon event page for helpful information about sponsorship, pledges, event race schedule, and more!

Treasurer update

We are excited to welcome Becky Hampson to our PSO Leadership team as of our December 5 meeting! She will be taking on the Treasurer role, as Krista Nanton steps down. We wish Krista and her family the absolute best as they embark on exciting new adventures!

New school year: New leadership team with room for more & Bylaws in review

Welcome to the 2018/2019 school year! We’re very excited for our 4th year as an official nonprofit supporting our MITCH foxes!

We currently have 2 Member at Large openings in our Leadership team.  Members at Large are voting members of PSO leadership, expected to attend monthly parent meetings, help out as they can throughout the year, and often serve as a committee chair. We are also looking for a new Treasurer, as our current treasurer’s family is making a big move. If you are interested in joining, please email us at

We are also working on updating our Bylaws. Our current draft can be found here:

If you are interested in helping us with our Bylaws, please email your input to

Thank you!

2018 MITCH Auction

The MITCH Auction hosted by the PSO and MITCH Board of Directors is this Saturday, February 10. Registration is now closed for this event.

If you missed your chance to purchase tickets, do not fret!

The online auction will go live on Saturday, February 17. The online auction will include items that arrived too late to be added to the 2/10 event or we had more to sell of a particular item.
Check out the AWESOME catalog here!

For more information visit the auction website or contact

MITCH partners with Neighbors Nourishing Communities

Duncan Ketel received recognition at the Neighbors Nourishing Communities’ Annual Harvest Party for MITCH’s partnership in growing the vegetable starts NNC gives away! The starts are given to lower income families who want to grow their own healthy food, as well as to home gardener’s who commit to giving 20% of their produce to the Food Pantry. Over 3,600 lbs of produce donated this year to the Food Pantry came from the starts our students grew last spring!!