The Mahomet-Seymour Parent Teacher Organization is dedicated to supporting the Pre-K through 5th grade schools in Mahomet, Illinois.


Teacher Appreciation week is May 8th through May 12th

Teacher Appreciation week is May 8th through May 12th, and the MS PTO would like to invite all students and their families to show extra gratitude to our awesome teachers during this time!  The daily themes are as follows:

Munchie Monday (May 8th):  Bring your teacher a yummy treat or snack to keep them full all week!

Thankful Tuesday (May 9th):  Write your teacher a thank you note to let them know why you appreciate them!

Witty Wednesday (May 10th): Write down your best joke to give your teacher a smile and a good laugh!

Tulip Thursday (May 11th):  Bring your teacher a flower you buy, pick, or draw to thank them for helping you grow!

Favorite Friday (May 12th):  Wear your teacher’s favorite color to show them that they’re your favorite!

We hope you can join us in showing our teachers how much they are appreciated!

INFO NIGHT FOR FOOD ALLERGIES – Thursday, April 20th, at 6pm

Do you know someone with food allergies or want to know more about the subject? Mahomet PTO will be presenting this Thursday, April 20th, at 6pm for 30minutes at Middletown conference room. Anyone is welcome to join and listen to a presentation and ask questions.  The PTO – General Membership meeting will follow the Food Allergy presentation.  Child care and refreshments will be available. Please see below for the details.


We have Amy Jessup,APN, CNP Coordinator, Carle Food Allergy Education Program Nurse Practitioner, Convenient Care & Hospice) and Beth Mathews, APN, CNP, Family Practice Mahomet Specialty Clinic coming to do a presentation about food allergies- what every parent should know (even those who don’t have kids with food allergies), what to consider when planning events with food, general food allergy awareness info…. and they will be able to answer questions as well.

School Board Candidates’ Forum

Dear Community Members:
The Mahomet Daily with help from the M-S PTO will host a school board candidates’ forum at the Mahomet Public Library on March 29 from 7 to 9 p.m.
All six candidates: Merle Giles, Ken Keefe, Lori Larson, Max McComb, Lance Raver and Jason Tompkins have been invited to answer questions submitted by community members.
To submit a question, leave a question on the event’s Facebook page or email danitietz8@gmail.com.
This event is free and open to the public.

M-S PTO Nominations for 2017-2018 School Year

Being a part of the M-S PTO board is rewarding and fun! And we need you! We can match jobs to your interests and abilities.

As a board member you have the opportunity to get to know the teachers and administration at the schools and understand their needs, meet other parents who share your concerns, help raise money for your child’s school, be informed about what is going on in the schools and plan student programs and events.

If you are interested in being on the M-S PTO Board please complete our nomination form at www.m-spto.com/nomination-page by March 9th at 5pm.  After March 9, you will be contacted regarding next steps for elections, getting involved, etc. If you have any questions or need additional information please contact Jean Shaffer at (nona.jeans@gmail.com).


Children who will be five years old on or before September 1, 2017 are eligible by state law for enrollment in public kindergarten.  In order for the Mahomet-Seymour School District to accommodate student needs for the 2017/2018 educational year, the district needs an accurate estimate of the number of students eligible for enrollment.


Kindergarten Roundup/Pre-registration for incoming kindergarten students will be held on

Tuesday, March 7 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at Middletown Prairie Elementary located at:

 1301 S. Bulldog Drive

Mahomet, IL  61853


A letter with information about the meeting will be mailed on February 7 to all parents of kindergarten age children who came to previous PK developmental screenings offered by the district or who already provided Middletown with their information.  If your child has not been screened or you are new to the district and have not contacted Middletown, please call Lorraine Vallee or Julie Arnold at 586-5833 to be sure you receive this very important letter.