Our PTOs, Partners and Programs

Pickerington Schools counts numerous other organizations as key partners in helping us achieve our goals. Here are just a few of those organizations.

Parent Teacher Organizations

Each school in the Pickerington Local School District has a Parent-Teacher Organization.  Below is a list of the Presidents for the PTO for each school. If you would like to get involved in your child’s Parent-Teacher Organization, we encourage you to call the President for the appropriate school to get more information.

Elementary Schools PTO Presidents

Pickerington ElementaryToggle content

Samantha Babcock, co-President

Michelle Dufort, co-President


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Sycamore Creek ElementaryToggle content

Brandi Greer, Co-President

Janny Sharples, Co-President


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Middle Schools PTO Presidents

Diley Middle SchoolToggle content

Geri Tsardoulias, co-President

Melissa Wilde, co-President


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Junior High Schools PTO Presidents

High Schools PTO Presidents

Educational Partners

Eastland Fairfield Career CenterToggle content

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical School District programs are open to all eleventh and twelfth grade students within our district who demonstrate the ability and interest to attend.

Students remain enrolled in and still graduate from this school and are encouraged to continue participation in our high school extracurricular activities.

With programs on two campuses and five satellite locations, Eastland-Fairfield is closer than you think. Satellite programs are offered at Gahanna, Groveport Madison, New Albany, Pickerington North, and Reynoldsburg High Schools.

Career center website


Innovation GenerationToggle content

Innovation Generation is an initiative that gives Central Ohio high school students the access they need to develop skills that are essential for today’s fastest-growing jobs. In Pickerington Schools, this has resulted in two programs: health careers and advanced manufacturing and robotics.

As part of Central Ohio’s Pathways to Prosperity Network — a network established in nine states — IG assembles high school, college and work-based experiences so that students graduate with economically viable career credentials. In addition, students get a head start on postsecondary studies. Preparing today’s students for postsecondary success is important to us and to Ohio’s workforce.
YMCA Latchkey and PreschoolToggle content

The Jerry L. Garver YMCA of Fairfield County offers both a latchkey program and local preschool program.