Be Part of Larkspur
There are various opportunities and ways to become involved at our school. The time commitment needed lies solely with the person(s) doing the volunteering. We never expect our volunteers to spend any amount of mandatory time helping at Larkspur.
Please consider donating your invaluable time resource to our invaluable resources – our children.
Contact us to find out how you can become part of our Larkspur family community.
Joining the Larkspur PTSA (Parent-Teacher-Student Association) is an easy way to support our students, our staff, and our school. The amount of time you can devote to the organization is entirely up to you.
Our current board members are:
Cheyenne Asin - President
Nargiza Makhkamdjanov - Vice President
Katelyn Parody - Vice President
Michael Mangol - Vice President
Irene Boll - Treasurer
Your voice is important to us! Visit the Larkspur PTSA Facebook Page to download an application to join (English and Spanish versions available). Submit the filled-out application to the front office or contact us directly if you have any questions.
For more information on the Larkspur PTSA and how you can participate, please email us.
Our PTSA typically meets in the Media Center from 5 to 6 p.m.
Larkspur Elementary School Council consists of staff members, parents and members of the community. Our School Council’s goal is to provide counsel to the school principal on all issues related to curriculum development and improvement, as well as consider and evaluate new initiatives or programs to help enhance our students’ academic experiences.
United Parent Council (UPC)
UPC is a district-wide parent group that has been active in Paradise Valley Unified School District for more than 30 years and is a 501(c)(3) organization. Looking out for the interest of students is our primary goal. We do this by offering parents support, information, and opportunities to be influential voices in the decisions that affect their children's education.
Donating to our school is always welcome, and tax deductible! Making a contribution to receive an Arizona public education tax credit is simple. You can get a tax credit up to $200 for an individual or $400 per married couple.