Since the successful reopening of Sand Point in 2010, the Sand Point Elementary Parent Teacher Association

(SPE PTA) has been dedicated to creating new educational opportunities for our children, supporting our fantastic teachers and staff, and helping Sand Point grow into the jewel of a neighborhood school that it is.

Our all-volunteer organization is made up of and led by parents, caretakers, grandparents, relatives, guardians, community members and teachers of the children at Sand Point Elementary.

If you're a new member of our community, or you've yet to join the SPE PTA, join today and get involved!

Contribute your time and ideas, make your voice heard, improve the opportunities available at our school, and make a lasting impact on our children's education!


The SPE PTA is an affiliate member of the Seattle Council PTSA

Washington State PTA, and the National PTA, the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation.

Our Mission

  • Help build a strong, healthy, inclusive, engaged, and informed community united around supporting our school;

  • Develop and enhance the resources available to students, teachers and families;

  • Provide a representative voice for our children;

  • Support and advocate for the academic and social success of each child at Sand Point Elementary.

SPE PTA Leadership - 2021-2022


Angelyn Regala

Co-Vice Presidents

Lane Oatey

Sam Scharenberg


Liz Lange


Natasha Pope

Membership Chair

Rae Miller


Kelley Hubbard

Communications Chair

Sam Scharenberg

Sachin Bhatia


Natasha Pope

Staff Representative

Zoe Manzo


Ric Baileykaze

Open Positions

Fundraising Chair(s) - Provides leadership and facilitates board prioritization of immediate and longer-term fundraising goals under direction of President.  Responsible for calendar of PTA fundraising events including but not limited to annual appeal, auction and grant opportunities.


Events Chair(s) - Supervise and assist in the planning and execution of all non-fundraising activities as needed. Determine event chair and other volunteer needs and communicate with volunteer coordinators


Garden Coordinator(s) - Provides leadership and is responsible for all school garden activities in and out of the classroom including events and management of garden curriculum provider and liaising with staff. 

Art Coordinator(s) - Coordinates all Art Specialist support for classroom activities including supplies and volunteer support. Co-coordinates "Art Walk". Hours vary with more in beginning of year.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities, contact us at