Welcome to the Inglewood Middle School PTSA.

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Our mission is to enhance the educational and cultural experiences of all students at the school and to help staff in providing a safe and nurturing environment in which students can thrive. We also strive to build a strong and supportive community by increasing communication and family participation. We encourage and appreciate your membership with the PTSA as it helps us support our mission as well as provide programs and opportunities that our students might otherwise not have:

 

  • Grants and Scholarships for students, staff and the school

  • Reflections Art Competition

  • Drama Production

  • Spelling Bee

  • Members-only online school directory

  • and more! 

  

  


PTSA.

Now More Than Ever.

Today, PTSA’s role is more important than ever in connecting parents, teachers, and administrators, and supporting critical school needs. We want every family in our school to join PTSA, because we can do more together than apart.


How can you help?

 
 
 
 

Stay Connected. Stay Engaged. 

During this unprecedented time, we know that staying connected is of paramount importance for our children, parents, and our community as a whole.  We invite you to join us on Facebook where we post information and interesting news regularly and where our parents can be and stay connected.

 


 

Welcome to our 2020-2021 Board of Directors

 

President- Katja Wright

 

Secretary- Candice Wheeler

 

Treasurer- Andrew Brill

 

Vice-President(s) of Fundraising- Rebecca Lavier & Funda Ozkeskin

 

Membership Chair- Jen Fowler

 

Volunteer Coordinator(s)- Priyanka Sangam & Kiran Badam

 

Legislative Advocate- Shashi Vijay

 

Communications Chair(s)- OPEN

 

ASB Liaison- Molly Hylen

 

 


 

Inglewood Middle School is supported by two very different groups.

They both need your support for their programs to be successful:

 

The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is:       

  • a member of the National PTA that enables parents to represent, help, and communicate more closely with their school and school system as a whole.
  • a non-profit organization led and run by parent volunteers. It is the largest child advocacy organization in the country, advocating for ALL children with legislature serving to better their lives.
  • provides activities and programs which include Back to Business Days, school emergency preparedness, parent education events, Reflections art competition, student directory, teacher/staff appreciation, drama production, and grants to the school for programs and materials that enhance the existing curriculum and academic activities.
  • funds are raised with family or individual membership dues, the Pass the Hat fundraiser (our main source of funding), corporate matching donations, and the AmazonSmile program.

 

 The Associated Student Body (ASB) is:

  • a student government that represents the entire student body.
  • run by ASB student officers in close coordination with the school
  • coordinates and provides programs that may only be used for cultural, social, and athletic or recreational activities which are optional or non-credit.
  • funds are raised with student ASB membership fees, school fun run, school store, spirit wear sales, and ticket sales for Knight Life social events

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