Your PTA builds community, supports our school, students and teachers!

We can do more with your help! Join us, follow us and be involved in our community!

Thank you for supporting our school district and future!

Prop 1 & Prop 2 passed with more than 60% of your votes!

School districts in Washington State must go to voters to fund the construction of new schools and to pay for repairs because these expenses are not funded by the state. Bonds are a responsible and fiscally sound way to fund long-term investments like schools. 

APPROVED PROP. 1 - SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BOND    Proposition 1 will replace some of our oldest school buildings with much-needed facilities to ensure all Edmonds School District students have safe, healthy and suitable spaces to learn.  LEARN MORE

APPROVED PROP. 2 - REPLACEMENT TECHNOLOGY/CAPITAL LEVY   All students deserve to have access to the technology they need to stay competitive and prepared for the jobs of tomorrow. Renewing the current technology levy continues critical funding for students, staff and schools to ensure they have the equipment and technological infrastructure needed to support learning.  LEARN MORE

FEBRUARY Meeting is Canceled. See you in March!

PTA Meetings generally held 2nd Wednesday at 7:30pm

Meeting are held once a month on Zoom :

Meeting ID: 811 2401 8022   Passcode: 032758

CONNECT with families and students!

Want to find out who else is in your child's class, have a question about homework or the upcoming field trip, or are looking for one more kid to join the soccer team? We help you find the place to do it!

  • Follow the PTA  on Facebook and Instagram for upcoming events and activities or check back here
  • The PTA hosts a Facebook parent group for each grade level: ie. (Terrace Park Class Of 2030 (6th Grade 2023-2024)). Click below or use Facebook search to find your grade group, fill out a few easy verification questions and request to join. Once approved, you'll be able to connect with other families and ask questions.


The Terrace Park PTA (Parent-Teacher Association) is a non-profit volunteer organization which serves to support all of the students, teachers and staff at Terrace Park Elementary.

Terrace Park PTA's Mission

Terrace Park PTA works to enhance the educational experience of our students by providing support and resources for academic programs and social activities that foster and strengthen our sense of school and community. We believe that the responsibility for successful education is shared among the school, the families and the students and together we can help make every student's potential a reality.


Here is just a sampling of the items and services the PTA contributes to our school. Please stay tuned, become a member, volunteer how ever you can, follow us on social media for opportunities to participate and know what is happening at Terrace Park! Thank you for being a part of our community! Sign up to help out by contacting

  • Music Classroom Supplies
  • P.E. Equipment
  • Field Trip Funds
  • Teacher Grants
  • Classroom Stipends
  • Staff Appreciation
  • Library Books
  • Student Enrichment: STEAM Club, Chess Club, After School Activities, Art Camp, Sports Camp, Missoula Children's Theater
  • Roller & Ice Skate Nights
  • School Clean Up events
  • Annual Book Fair
  • Sponsor School Assemblies
  • Two annual Fundraisers - Wolf Pride Read-a-thon
  • Other fundraisers: Scholastic Book Fair, Fred Meyer Community Rewards, Box Tops for Education, Corporate Matching of Donations, etc.
  • Family Nights: Back-to-School Social, Math Night, Carnival, Neon Dance Party
  • School Improvement: Playground Equipment, Outdoor Covered Area, Electronic Reader Board, Sound System, etc.
  • Winter Bazaar
  • Pool Parties
  • Movie Night & Book Swap
  • Funds for 6th Grade Camp
  • Talent Show
  • Toy Drive


With your help!

As you can see, the PTA does a LOT of great stuff for Terrace Park, but we need a LOT of help in order to do it all.  We therefore encourage every Terrace Park community member to please find some time to volunteer throughout the school year.  Whether it be assisting in the classroom, weeding at a school clean up work party, pitching in during a school event, researching or writing grants from home, or spearheading a fundraising activity, there are countless fun, worthwhile ways to step in and get involved!

Without everyone's help, students and teachers would have to miss out on things like treasured annual events, field trips, enrichment programs, or more.  Many hands make light work - the more community members (like you) get involved, the more vibrant our school becomes, so please share your time and talents with us whenever and however you can! Please REGISTER with the district to volunteer, share how you'd like to help out at and look for sign-ups closer to each event on the website, Facebook and Instagram.


Have a question, suggestion, or want to help out? Get in touch! Links to board members or email us all at