Arroyo Angels

Arroyo Angels provides support for Arroyo families in need.

Tina Krudwig:

Arroyo Times

The Arroyo Times is our parent and student-run newspaper. The Arroyo Times committee helps manage the student paper, and facilitate in the full editorial and publication process. Students develop content, publish and then distribute newspapers to the Arroyo community. 

KD Smith: 

Melinda Kavanagh:

Book Fair

Students look forward to discovering new books and draining their piggybanks at our weeklong Book Fair during the Fall. A portion of book sales benefit the Arroyo PTA and providing enrichment for our students. 

Kate Dearstyne:

Danielle Lawler:

Box Tops

Arroyo participates in the Box Tops program to receive money back for our school. Remember to cut out Box Tops from your groceries and check the expiration date. 

Rachel Marchetti:

Bulletin Board

Check out our campus bulletin boards the next time you're at school! You'll find highlights about Arroyo events, and maybe even spot a familiar face in the photographs!

VACANT: Please email Melissa Weiss for more information.


Arroyo's Chorus meets from January to May on Tuesday mornings from 7:30-8:10 am. All students are welcome to participate in this musical enrichment and have the opportunity to showcase their hard work at the Chorus show in the spring.  Learn More

Holly Friend:

Cultural Arts

In partnership with Orange County's Segerstrom Center's Arts Teach program, Arroyo students have the great privilege of participating in a world-class cultural arts experience. Arts Teach brings arts experiences such as dance, music, theater and visual arts to our school. Learn More

Laura Molyneux:

Rachel Shih:


Arroyo's Directory chairperson coordinates the creation of our important school directory that is included with a PTA Membership. 

Carol Reeves:

Family Nights

Arroyo's Family Night committee plans fun events each year for the whole family to enjoy.  Learn More

Roxann Shadjareh:

Victoria Hong:

Father/Son Event

During the spring, fathers and sons have a chance to connect at our Father/Son event where a casual dinner is served while a guest speaker discusses pre-teen health and development topics. Learn More

Rob/Tami Telson:

Jon/Laura Thorne:

Fifth Grade Finale

The Fifth Grade Finale is a memorable and nostalgic performance celebrating the graduating 5th grade class.  Learn More

Erica Hodge:

Laura Thorne:

Michelle Mancini:

Fifth Grade Reps

Fifth Grade Reps help support teachers in coordinating the hallmark 5th grade activities such as Outdoor Science Camp, end-of-year trip to Knotts Berry Farm and the Promotion Ceremony.  Learn More

Jessica Howell:

Michelle Mancini:

Stephanie Jernigan:

Fine Arts

The Fine Arts coordinator facilitates the nationally acclaimed PTA Reflections program. PTA Reflections  encourages artistic creativity in the classroom and at home.  Learn More

Alexis Beaudreau:


Fitness Week is a fun and energetic week full of healthful activities that get Arroyo students moving and being mindful of their well-being. Parent and community volunteers, such as the Foothill Dance Team, help lead the various activities.  Learn More

Jenny Oldham:

Fourth Grade Reps

Fourth Grade representatives coordinate the festive 49er Day as a culmination of the Gold Rush study unit!  Learn More

Jenny Oldham:

Tracy Rieth:

Brooke Kaczor:

Friday Message

Our invaluable Friday Message coordinator creates Arroyo's Sunday e-newsletter. 

Erin Holden:

Fun Fundraising/

Amazon Smile

Fun Fundraising coordinator manages Arroyo's Amazon Smile account.

Natalie Krudwig: 

Nichole Verst:



Our Garden & Campus Beautification committee oversees the gardening efforts around campus.  Learn More

Erin Holden:

Anita Sinha:

GATE Representative

The GATE and APL programs enable identified students to receive differentiated instruction that meets their diverse needs. GATE/APL students are encouraged to apply deeper-level, critical thinking and extend their learning through challenging, out-of-the-box study and projects.  Learn More

Aileen Townsend:

Green Initiatives/


Arroyo is going green and making conscious efforts to make positive global changes. Families participate in recycling challenges and are encouraged to save electricity, to name just a few of our campus initiatives.  Learn More

Robin Ganahl: 

Karen Monday:

Health & Welfare

Red Ribbon Week

We are proud of our healthy choices at Arroyo. Mustangs know that by having strength of character, strength of mind, and strength of body, you can say NO to drugs! Red Ribbon Week is filled with positivity and activities that promote our healthy choices. 

VACANT: Please email Melissa Weiss for more information.


PTA's Hospitality Coordinators organize food and decor details at our various events such as the Staff Appreciation Luncheon, PTA meetings, Back to School Night and Open House. 

Staff Appreciation | Natalie Khairallah:

PTA Meetings | Roxann Shadjareh:

Special Events | Erica Lee :

Kinder Representatives

The Kindergarten Representatives welcome incoming Arroyo families at the Kinder Orientation and provide introduction and additional information about our school. Kinder Reps help families with a smooth transition into our school community.

Elfie Simon:

Natalie Krudwig:

Kindness Campaign

The Kindness Campaign promotes a culture of kindness on campus and hosts Kindness Week where students are celebrated for their random acts of kindness.  Learn More

Tamar Dorna:

Amy Kassardjian:

Legislative Representative

Arroyo's Legislative Representative identifies important areas of advocacy for our school and represents our school's voice when meeting with community and policy leaders.

Robin Ganahl:


The Library committee hosts a multitude of literature-based, lunch time enrichment for 1st-5th graders looking to connect over reading, poetry, and art. Our Library Lunch Bunch rotates between Brown Bag Book Club, Poetry Club and Read2Art during one Friday recess each month.  Learn More

Ali Posner:

The Meet the Masters experience begins with a multi-media assembly where the children are introduced to the fascinating lives and famous works of Master Artists and their relevancy in the world. Back in the classroom, the students have self-guided time to practice technique with a worksheet to reinforce the material presented, further preparing them for success in the final step—the art project. Here is where the classroom transforms into an art studio as our accredited Art Teacher, Melissa Peters, leads the students on a step-by-step journey through the art project. Often in the same medium, style or subject matter as the Master, the students will discover their creativity while developing confidence in their own unique abilities. Learn More

Noel Vogt:

Jim Brink:

Meet the Masters


The Membership coordinator keeps an ongoing record of PTA membership and dues. 

Sally Pahl:

Memory Book

Arroyo's Memory Book coordinators have no easy task in putting together our beautiful memory book. From the collection of photos throughout the year, to design, publishing and selling the yearbooks, these parents make sure all of our wonderful events and memories are documented for families to enjoy for years to come.

Cari Loonam:

Jenny Oldham:

Mother/Daughter Tea

During the Spring, mothers and daughters have a chance to connect and discuss pre-teen health and development topics over a casual afternoon tea.  Learn More

Anastasia Vuono:

Parent Volunteer


The Parent Volunteer Coordinator recruits campus volunteers and serves as the liaison to room parents. 

Linda Ly:


The Publicity Coordinator communicates Arroyo's news and happenings to the broader community.

Tamar Dorna:

Read Across America

On Read Across America day in March, Arroyo students honor Dr. Seuss' birthday and celebrate literacy with fun activities and guest readers. 

Amy Allen:

Respect For All

Respect For All strives to celebrate diversity, and promote kindness, inclusion and respect amongst all students at Arroyo. Learn More

Kate Dearstyne:

Aileen Townsend:

Ripple Kids

The Ripple Kids program encourages students to utilize their leadership skills to connect with charitable causes and find ways to organize the Arroyo community in giving to needy organizations. Once a year, Ripple Kids hosts a Ripple Fair to sell handmade goods for charity. Learn More

Holly Friend:


The Safety/Earthquake Coordinator advises the Arroyo community in safety concerns and risks.

Travis Krudwig:

Spirit Wear

The Spirt Wear coordinator is in charge of the design, production and sales of Arroyo spirit items.

Kimberly Truong:

Technology Representative

The Technology Representative manages the development and maintenance of the Mustang Makerspace including coordination of design challenges, resources and family events. Learn More

Michelle Ciecek:

TPSF/Dino Dash

Every November, Arroyo participates in Tustin Public Schools Foundation's (TPSF) Dinosaur Dash to help raise funds for Tustin schools. This is a fun, healthy family event that brings together all of the Tustin community and schools. On the day of the event, Arroyo hosts a popsicle booth at Dino Dash to raise additional funds for our school!  Learn More

Julie Buetow:


The Website Coordinators manage, including the maintenance of the PTA Shop and creating relevant content and resources for families. 

Aileen Townsend:

Robin Ganahl: