Welcome to the Parent Teacher Guild at St. Gregory the Great School!

The PTG, in collaboration with the administration, parish and school community, promotes a cooperative effort between the educators and parents to ensure the students are receiving the highest advantage in academic, physical, social and spiritual education.

Additionally, the PTG raises funds that directly benefit SGGS programs. This year, the PTG will launch the Super Saints Raffle (SGGS Raffle House Rules), which will begin September 8. Unlike past years where the PTG has hosted six to eight fundraisers per school year, the Super Saints Raffle will be the only fundraiser this school year if everyone works together to sell their raffle tickets! If everyone participates, our students win! Winners for November 2016 Super Saints Raffle can be found here.  

The PTG Board consists of volunteers within the school community. There are four officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The President and Secretary have 2-year terms beginning in the odd years while the Vice President and Treasurer have 2-year terms beginning in the even years. Their complete job descriptions are outlined in the bylaws which are available in the Main Office.

President:  Heather Van Scoten
Vice President: Jessica White 
Secretary:  Jennifer Burroughs 
Treasurer: Paul Driscoll

There are several other positions on the PTG Board that are filled as needed. The Board is always looking for interested parents to join the team.

Contact us

Saint Gregory the Great Catholic School
5343 Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

School: (757) 497-1811
Fax: (757) 497-7005
Beyond the Bell: (757) 692-0901
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