PARENT TEACHER STUDENT ASSOCIATION (PTSA)
Monthly PTSA Meetings
The PTSA typically meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM, in the RHS Media Center (second floor). We will have 4 In-person meetings this year, 2 Virtual Meetings and no meeting in November, December, February or June.
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2022/2023 Meeting Dates and topics:
September 19 - Staff Meet and Greet
Meet the staff that have an important role in your child's success but are not necessarily their teachers.
October 17 IN PERSON- Next Steps Navigator: Charting Your Post-High School Course- RSVP https://forms.gle/47xiPy4ReYjuUVPL8
November No meeting
December No meeting
January 23 Virtual Chat with Principal
February 20 No meeting
March 19 - IN PERSON- Artificial Intelligence and how to use it not abuse it.
April 16 IN PERSON- Building Resilient Students
May 21 Virtual Chat with Principal - Last meeting of the year
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES AND SUPPORTS IN MCPS
MCPS is committed to the physical, social and psychological well-being of its more than 160,000 students and over 24,000 employees. You can find valuable district information and community resources here for students, staff and families. it’s especially important that we care for our mental, emotional and physical health. We hope you will find support here for your school, work, home and personal concerns.
PTSA Board Members: firstname.lastname@example.org
President: Anna Pfaff
Vice President: Dru Ealons
Secretary: Kate McClure
Treasurer: Missy Sarver
Booster Club Liaison: Open
MCCPTA Rep and Cluster Coordinator: Open and Charles Swain
Staff Appreciation: Karen Pankowski
After Prom Party Committee Chair: Anna Pfaff
After School Cafe Coordinator
Other Parent Organizations:
Booster Club: Karen Kelly, President email@example.com
Friends of Rockville Music (FORM): Kris Petrie, President firstname.lastname@example.org
NAACP Representative: Raquelle Carter (email@example.com)
Padrones Latinos: Vacant
What is the PTSA?
YOUR voice in YOUR school. The letters PTS stand for parents, teachers, and students because the PTSA is a partnership of parents, teachers, and students dedicated to strengthening the school community. The PTSA strives to better the lives of all of our children. We are part of an association that is organized at the local, state, and national levels.
The number one reason to join the PTSA is to benefit your student. In doing so, you also help your school. But there are many more PTSA advantages:
Get Connected: There’s no better way to know what’s happening in your school. Each PTSA meeting starts with reports from the Principal and PTSA President and the PTSA meeting feature speakers and discussion of the topics and issue of greatest importance to the school community.
Discover Great Resources: The PTSA offers a variety of programs designed to strengthen the school community and support the teachers, parents, and students.
Tap into a Network: PTSA functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers, build rapport and discuss issues that are on your mind. You can share ideas, concerns, and experiences.
Watch Yourself Grow: By volunteering with your PTSA, you put your skills and hobbies to use for a noble cause—your child and all children in the community.
Speak Up: PTSA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school and advocate for your child.
Witness Improvement: By getting involved at your child’s school you’ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes. Local PTSAs play an important role in fundraising to provide building improvements, curriculum-based programs, and social events.
Be a Role Model: By being an active PTSA member and volunteer, you’ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education.
PTSA provides the opportunities and structure for all individuals to become an advocate for children and families in your own communities.
We are all volunteers committed to working on issues that affect children and families. Your voice is so important to us, and we need your help.