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REFLECTION PROGRAM sponsored by CHS PTSA

 

 

 

 We welcome and encourage EVERYONE to join us for our monthly PTSA meetings; the 3rd Tue. of every month, with the exception of our Sept. 30th meeting and no meeting in Dec. or Feb.

 

Our PTSA focus is to be involved, informed, and to be a resource to parents. We partner with our school administration and staff to offer support throughout the school year.

 

All PTSA meetings start at 7pm and will end by 8:30pm. Our goal is to bring topics of various issues that directly affect you and your student. We look forward to seeing you there! 

 

Question, concern, topic suggestion? Please don’t hesitate to contract me!

C: 301-370-3200

DonnaPfeiffer@REMAX.net

 

Donna Pfeiffer

President, Clarksburg High School PTSA

 

 

September 30th - Get to know Clarksburg High School!

At this meeting we’ll share all the “stuff” we parents had to learn the hard way. Come join us, we’ll spare you the learning curve. We look forward to seeing you at this informal (yet informative!) meeting at 7pm. in the media center (directional signs will be posted from the auditorium and main doors).

 

 

October 21st – College Preparedness

Our speakers will be Joe Sacco and Fred Evans , both retired MCPS principals & both have taught at college level and both have children in college.  They have a world of knowledge to share with us about College Preparedness. Guaranteed to be an insightful evening! Please join us in Rm. 114

 

November 18th- topic to be announced

 

December- no meeting

 

January 20, 2015- Elective Course Fair

 

February – no meeting

 

March 21, 2015 Topic to be announced

 

April 21, 2015 – Topic to be announced

 

May 19, 2015- Topic to be announced

 

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Clarksburg High School PTSA

Statement of Purpose  -  Parent Involvement  -  Important Dates  -  Membership

     Welcome to the Clarksburg High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) website.  Using this website is a pathway to becoming an involved CHS parent.  

 

    The CHS PTSA is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit association and provides a strong voice for all children in the school and an advocacy group in the area of public education.  Our Mission Statement reads as follows:  

 

        "We, the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA), seek to
    build knowledge, improve communication and promote student, parent, faculty and
    staff efforts to cultivate an environment where all feel valued and free to
    share ideas, experiences, commonalities and differences, improve the
    educational experience of all students and promote academic, extracurricular
    and social achievement."
 

 

    Parent involvement is key to the success of any PTSA.  It is understood that parents are busy people but there are many different ways to be involved.  We encourage and need participation from all parents interested in any issue related to their child’s academic achievement or school life in general.  Participation can be large or small, depending on your interests.  You can donate your time, talent or money to various activities pursued by the PTSA and you can also simply keep advised of PTSA activities through this website, announcements and the newsletter.  The first step to take is to join the CHS PTSA.  

Membership  

  

Membership

Please join the PTSA as soon as possible each school year.  We used your membership dues to fund all of our programs throughout the year.  The math is simple:  the more members we have, the more activities we can pursue and the strong our voice.   

 

You should know that when you join the CHS PTSA, you are also joining the Montgomery County Council of PTAs, the Maryland PTA and the National PTA, with all of the rights to and benefits of membership in those organizations. 

 

Find our membership applications by following these links: 

Membership Form (2013-14)  - Membership Form (2013-14) - Spanish Version

 


 
 
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