|Noah Margo and family|
By Dupé Aleru|June 22, 2011|1:58 p.m.
Noah Margo seems to wear a lot of hats, but he plans to bring it all together in his new position as PTA President for Beverly Vista School (BV).
With tremendous organizational skills, artistic skills and his extensive background in education, Margo plans to build on what BV has already established in previous years and is hopeful for a successful year.
Margo started his educational journey as an elementary school teacher for Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). After ten astonishing years inside the classroom, he retired and began volunteering at BV—his educational background has prepared him for the journey ahead.
As it pertains to fundraising, Margo believes that there are many BV families that heavily support the school and are extremely generous, and then there’s of course a population he would like to see get more involved for the upcoming school year. In turn, BV will build a bigger sense of community.
“Beverly Vista has wonderful community, wonderful staff and great parent participation,” said Margo.
“If I was being sarcastic I would say I look forward to next June (laughs),” answered Margo jokingly when asked what he looks forward to in his new position. “What I look forward to the most is the effect the PTA has on the kids’ education. In the end it’s about kids coming into a classroom and coming into a school ground and learning. The PTA is there to support that experience,” continued Margo in a more serious tone.