APOPKA HIGH SCHOOL
PARENT TEACHER STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The Apopka High School's PTSA works closely with our Principal Matthew Arnold to implement many programs within the school that the students and faculty enjoy and benefit from. The AHS PTSA has been able to help the school with a variety of activities such as raising funds for the school, hosting hospitality events for the teachers and staff, and providing volunteers in different areas like the College and Career Room.
One of the major goals for this year is to increase parental involvement in our school. Increasing parental involvement in high schools benefits everyone: parents, teachers, schools, and especially the students. Studies have shown that of the schools identified as educationally outstanding, a large percentage of them had developed strong partnerships with parents.
We have committees that are active at different times of the year and require various levels of commitment. Other ways to be involved would be baking or sending in goodies to help with teacher recognition, or donating your time with any of our activities. As always, anything you can do is welcome.
Please feel free to join us at our monthly meetings, held on the third Tuesday of the month at 5:30 pm in the Media Center room 211 (subject to change).
Parents, teachers, students, family, friends, neighbors, and community members are all invited to join the AHS PTSA. Yearly dues are $8, a portion of that goes to support state and local PTSA educational concerns, and the remainder helps support the financial goals of the PTSA for our school, teachers, and students. A growing membership is an important part of the work of the PTSA because more members mean we can do more for our school. Additional donations are always appreciated.
2016-2017 AHS PTSA BOARD
Principal - Matthew Arnold
For additional information about any of the activities PTSA is involved with e-mail: email@example.com
You may also contact us by calling or sending correspondence to the school.
STATE AND NATIONAL PTA
PTSA Membership Form