APPLICATIONS DUE BY OCTOBER 1. 2021
MISSION: The AFHS PTSA’s mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Each Student Representative must be a PTSA member and in good academic standing of the current school year. Each Student Representative must attend at least two board meetings and one general PTSA meeting. Board and general meetings are held during evening hours at the school throughout the year. They must also complete at least two volunteer projects throughout the current school year that reinforces the PTSA Mission. Volunteer credit must be verified by committee chair or board member in charge of the event/function.
Examples of volunteer projects may include:
- Volunteering at PTSA events: Special Education inclusion events, New Student events, selling Spirit Wear, helping during Staff Lunches/Staff Appreciation Week/Reflections Celebration, etc. • Contribute content for the Patriot Post.
- Help conduct student body informational surveys for potential PTSA projects or events. • Help with any additional project/event during. Requires prior approval from the President.
Student Representatives must follow all other board guidelines including, but not limited to: signing Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest Forms, keeping gathered information confidential, returning in the same condition as it was received any documents or materials given to the Student Representative. A Student Representative is not only a representative of the PTSA but also the school as a whole and will be expected to be respectful of their positions, PTSA mission, fellow volunteers/students/staff/board members.