Ridgefield Council of PTAs


The Ridgefield Council of PTAs, with 9 local-unit PTAs, is the umbrella organization for the PTAs in Ridgefield.  The council serves as a liaison to the CT PTA, as well as with the school administration and the community.


For more than 100 years, Parent Teacher Association (PTA) has provided support, information and resources to families focused on the health and education of children. As the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation, PTA reminds our country of its obligations to children and provides parents and families with a powerful voice to speak on behalf of every child while providing the best tools for parents to help their children be successful students.



Questions?  Contact Us



Please Contact Us if you have any questions &

please click on the links below to sign up for your schools' PTA.



PTA Council

Angela Rice: angela.r.rice@gmail.com

Kelly Debald: mathews_kelly@hotmail.com

PTSA High School

Kathleen Murdock: kathleen.murdock@gmail.com

Kim Carone:  kim.carone@gmail.com

PTA East Ridge MS

Kelsey Rolinson: kelseyhr@gmail.com

Carole Mendoza:  carolejmendoza@gmail.com

PTA Scotts Ridge MS

Robert Flegel: rflegel@srmspta.org

Barlow Mountain ES PTA

Melissa Stone: mmeyers6@gmail.com

Rebecca Avallone:  rebecca.avallone@gmail.com

Branchville ES PTA

Katherine Voellmicke

Mary Joe Salgado


Farmingville ES PTA

Katie Higgins:    katiefogs@me.com

Hilary Saltus:  hilarymaria@gmail.com

Ridgebury ES PTA

Laura Holdgrafer: 


Ashley Marciano:  ashleypin33@gmail.com

Scotland ES PTA

Kate Krsulich:  kate.krsulich@gmail.com

Robert Salaga:  robertsalaga@gmail.com 


Veterans Park ES PTA

Meg Whitbeck

Laura Liberti






Stay Informed with BOE Meetings

BOE livestreams and past meeting recordings are available on Youtube.

Click here to read 2017-2023 BOE meeting summaries taken by the PTA Council Advocacy committee.

Latest PTA Meeting recording

2/28/23  As parents, we all know that some conversations are easier to have with our children than others, but we also know that sometimes the more challenging ones are the most important. Please join us to hear from experts as they share strategies for how to engage with teens about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in healthy, age-appropriate ways. Let's talk with our kids about how to celebrate the richness of our community.

5/27/21 Talking to Children and Teens About Questions Surrounding Race, Gender Identity, Culture and Ability Flyer1 Flyer2