At the heart of Suquamish Elementary School's vibrant and diverse community is the dynamic Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA). This group of dedicated parents, teachers, and students works tirelessly to enrich the educational experience at the school, organizing and managing various fundraisers and events throughout the year. Their efforts generate valuable resources and experiences that make Suquamish Elementary a more exciting and engaging place for students to learn, develop, and grow.
The PTSA is an essential pillar of Suquamish Elementary, fostering a sense of unity and shared purpose among parents, teachers, and students. This sense of community is a core value of the school, reflected in its motto, "Building a Caring Community of Scholars," and its commitment to Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, and Empathy (C.A.R.E.). By supporting the PTSA and participating in its activities, members of the Suquamish community can play a direct role in enriching the lives of the students and shaping the future of the school. Located in Suquamish, Washington, on the Port Madison Indian Reservation, the school is proud of its unique cultural heritage and is dedicated to nurturing each student's potential, whether academically or in character growth.