About Us

Our Mission

We aim to make the students’ time at Evans Elementary unforgettable.

Our goal is to promote a sense of community within our school, to promote inclusion for all and to provide enriching programs for our Sunray families and staff.

What Do We Do?

The Evans Elementary PTA creates enriching and engaging student programs, assist teachers with needed supplies, help Sunray families in need through our school’s food pantry, school improvements, and any other needs the PTA can assist within the school.

Why Support the PTA?

When you volunteer with and support the PTA, you help make a difference within your child(s) school! Your support and help are imperative to our success. So we ask that you please help in any way you can may that be by volunteering (in person or virtually), monetary donations, supplies needed throughout the school year, and assist with our PTA community outreach.

Front of of Evans Elementary. Red brick. Viewed from an angle from the car line.

The Board

The Evans Elementary PTA Board consists of chair positions voted on by Evans Elementary teachers, staff, and existing PTA members. These positions include: 

  • President
  • Vice President of Programs
  • Vice President of Ways and Means (Fundraising)
  • Treasurer
  • Recording Secretary
  • Corresponding Secretary.

The PTA also includes several non-elected positions:

  • Reflections Program Representative
  • Food Pantry Coordinator
  • Community Service Organizer
  • Spirit Coordinator
  • Head Room Parent
  • Dividend Coordinator
  • Membership Organizer
  • Health & Safety Coordinator

Please contact us if you would like more information about any of these volunteer positions.

Contact Us

Dana Scott, PTA President

Evans Elementary School
100 E. Chapman Road
Oviedo, FL 32765

Florida PTA

The mission of the Florida PTA is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

Historical photo of eight women that made up the original Florida parent teacher association.

The first local unit in Florida, was the West Riverside PTA, organized in 1921, in Jacksonville. The Florida PTA began in 1921, with an organizational meeting in Jacksonville. It wasn’t until 1923 that the Florida PTA became an official branch of the National PTA. The Charter was granted on April 14, 1923. We were the 45th state to become a branch of the National PTA. The Florida PTA started slowly, but in 1924, our membership increased 235% (from 1,636 to 5,445 members)!