Our Warner PTO
2023-2024 General Membership Meeting Dates
October 10th, 8:30am in the Warner Cafeteria
December 12th 5:45PM in the Warner Cafeteria before the Choir Concert
February 13th 9AM in the Warner Cafeteria
April 30th 9am in the Warner Cafeteria
Meet the 2023-2024 PTO Board
The Warner Parent Teacher Organization Board is an all-volunteer, parent-run, non-profit organization committed to enhancing and enriching the education of our children and fostering a sense of community within our schools. We seek to keep parents connected and informed by facilitating a closer relationship between school and home and serving as the communication link between the two.
Ashley and her husband Paul have lived in Cypress Creek Lakes for 3 years. Ashley & Paul grew up in NJ and NY and have been married for 16 years. They have 3 children, Brandon 13 going into 8th grade, Peter 11 going into 7th grade, and Aria 7 going into 2nd grade. Before setting roots in the Houston area Ashley and her family lived in Antwerp, Belgium, Northern Virginia, and Rotterdam Netherlands. Ashley has been involved with the Warner PTO since she moved here in 2020. In 2021 she joined the board as VP of Volunteers for 2 years. This will be Ashley's first year as president. Ashley has a Bachelors in Music in Vocal Performance. She's been a private music teacher for 15 years teaching piano and voice. Ashley is looking forward to working with the wonderful Warner families, students, and staff to make Warner the best it can be!
VP of Major Fundraising
Hello Warner families! Jessica Yamaguchi is back for her 2nd year as VP of Major Fundraising and ready to raise funds through pledge drives, family events, and more! Jessica has 3 boys, 2 of whom are entering 1st grade and 3rd grade. Jessica and her fam are all excited for another school year as Warner Wolves!
VP of Fundraising
Bridget Brown is serving as VP of minor fundraising. She has her Master’s Degree in Business Communication. She has worked in the Pharmaceutical Sales industry for over 17 years and she enjoys speaking at medical conventions and volunteering for community events. Bridget’s son and daughter are in the
1st and 2nd grade and the entire family are
proud to be Warner Wolves.
Alejandra is serving as Treasurer. She received her masters in Accounting from Oklahoma State University and is a registered Texas CPA. She has been married for over 10 years and has two children (2nd Grader and Kindergartener) as well as a Shiba Inu named "Kira". Her favorite cuisine is Mexican, she loves to travel, and her favorite city is Uji, Japan. This is Alejandra's first time being on the Warner PTO Board and she is looking forward to having a great year at Warner!
VP of Hospitality
Supervise volunteers helping with PBIS, co-Vp the holiday party, all staff appreciation events, and teacher appreciation week. Manage committees of volunteers to maximize talent (delegation is a must). Prior PTO Board experience not needed.
VP of Spirit
Zachary and his wife Laura have been members of the CFISD community for 13 years. Zachary's wife, Laura is one of our Warner teachers. They have 2 children, Joshua who is 7 and going into 2nd grade and Penelope who is 3. If Zachary looks familiar to you, it is probably because he used to work at Cypress Ranch High School as a coach and teacher. He was offered another job which opened up more time for him to spend with his family so he made the very difficult decision to leave. Now with all of the extra "free" time he has, he wants to get involved at Warner to make sure that he can be a part of making it an outstanding school for the teachers, students, and parents.
Heather is looking forward to serving the Warner families as VP of communications. On top of PTO she is also the Warner 2nd and 3rd grade cheer coach. She and her husband Brad have been married 11 years and have three children. Two daughters, going into 3rd and 1st at Warner and son going into Pre-K.
Jordan is looking forward to serving the families of Warner as her first year on the PTO Board as Secretary. She and her husband, Kade, have been married for 10 years. They have two kids; Tyler is in 2nd grade and Allison is in kindergarten, as well as their "fur baby", Scout. She loves sushi, tex-mex, a good book and camping with her family.
VP Volunteers 3
Justin will be serving on the board as the VP of Volunteers 3. He and his family moved to the neighborhood back in June 2021 and have fallen in love with the community. While professionally, he’s been a Financial Advisor for over the last decade, he’s also served on many boards throughout the city and is excited to bring that experience here. Justin has a passion for traveling the world, music, and is a huge sports fan, especially of the German soccer club, FC Bayern Munich. “I look forward to contributing my time and energy to support initiatives that enhance our students' educational experiences, strengthen our school's community bonds, and ensure the success of our PTO programs. Collaborating with fellow board members, parents, teachers, and administrators, I am confident that we can continue to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our students. Let’s create something magical!”
VP Volunteers 2
Hello Warner families! I am Mariem Awney, I am so excited to be apart of the Warner PTO Board. I am to happy to help our Warner children, teachers and our school. We are all excited for another school year as Warner Wolves!
VP of Volunteers 1 (5th Grade)
Laurel Holder is our VP of Volunteers overseeing all things 5th grade. She has 4 kiddos that attend Warner. One in 2nd, twins in 4th, and one in 5th. It's never a dull moment around in the Holder home. Laurel enjoys laying out by the pool and being with her family. She's a sucker for some great fajitas or steak. Laurel was born and raised in the Cypress area. She is looking forward to helping the 5th graders have a wonderful last year of elementary school.
Warner Elementary PTO Mission Statement
The Warner Elementary PTO has a multi-level mission and is committed to the following:
1. To act as bridge for closer relationships between home and school so that parents and teachers, school administrators and the community may share in the education of Warner students/children.
2. To act as an advocate for the education and well-being of students at home and in school.
3. To encourage better communication between parents, teacher and school administration.
4. To provide resources to the school that are not funded within the school budget and are necessary or desirable by the administration and staff for the support and education of all Warner students.