The Battlefield High School Parent Teacher Organization is a non-profit organization whose membership includes parents, legal guardians, faculty, and staff at Battlefield High School.
Our mission is to promote open and positive communication and understanding between parents and staff of Battlefield High School. We also help fund projects the school budget cannot. Our efforts serve to enhance the educational opportunities and environment of all students attending this school. We hold fundraisers to provide financial assistance for various school clubs, events, and classrooms. In addition to financial support, we volunteer our time at school-wide events. We organize teacher appreciation events to boost the morale of the faculty and staff and to support school and family social interaction. We believe that the team effort of a parent teacher organization offers the best possible learning environment for our students.
Our PTO is made up of hard-working parents & teachers who pool their talents to provide practical support for our school. Those listed below volunteered to provide leadership this year.
Get to know their names and faces, and feel free to ask them if you have questions.
Meet Your PTO Team
Lori Ann is a stay at home Mom and claims one Battlefield Junior son and two pocket pups, Pixie & Piper. Her husband and son enjoy volunteering with Boy Scouts and the family enjoys boating, fishing and beaching in OBX. Over the years they have lived in Delaware and other areas of Virginia, but their favorite home is Haymarket where they have been for the last two years. Lori Ann joined BHS PTO to meet people and she liked them so much, she hasn't left yet.
Roxanne began her involvement with BHS PTO when her oldest daughter started high school in 2016. Since then, she has been the lead on the grocery card program, which earned more than $30,000 for BHS PTO. She has also enjoyed being part of making BHS's annual craft fair, the Fall-A-Rama, a huge success the past three years. With her oldest daughter graduating in 2020 and her middle daughter entering high school, Roxanne is looking forward to another four years serving the Bobcat community. She also keeps herself busy as the team manager for her middle daughter's 06 travel team and as the co-troop leader for her youngest daughter's Brownie troop.
Jennifer is an accounting manager for a local government contractor and a native to Northern VA. She grew up in Burke and graduated from Lake Braddock High School. She is the mother of 2 children, her oldest just graduated from BHS. Jennifer is returning as this years PTO Treasurer and was also the class of 2020 senior After-Grad Chair. She truly enjoys volunteering and being apart of the Bobcat community.
Cassi is a native Northern Virginia and graduated from John Lewis High School in Springfield Virginia. She is the mother to five children and her first just graduated from Battlefield in 2020 and is the only girl. She has identical twins which will graduate in 2022. She also has a 6th grader at Ronald Reagan and a 4th grader at Gravely. She is currently employed at Cedar Point in the special education department. She joined the Battlefield PTO back in 2017 as she wanted to help support the teachers and wanted to make a positive impact on Battlefield. She has enjoyed working with the staff at Battlefield and supporting their needs to help build a great school environment for everyone.
Victoria is a dedicated wife of a retired Marine Corps veteran and the proud mother of two boys. She has been an active community volunteer in both the Marine Corps and her sons’ schools. She has previously served as a PTO member—in fundraising, event planning, and hospitality. In 2016, Victoria and her family relocated to Haymarket from Stuttgart, Germany. Since arriving, she has continued her volunteering, joining the Bobcat community in 2019 as Hospitality Chair. With a rising Bobcat sophomore, Victoria will continue to serve as Hospitality Chair and as the new Member-at-Large board member
Through the power of positive influence, the Battlefield HS PTO helps to ensure that every day, every student is safe, nurtured, encouraged and challenged to learn.