For the benefit of all our students…

 


 

Perry Hall High School PTSA works closely with families, teachers, school administrators, and the community. It is our goal to enhance the educational opportunities available to our children. As a local PTA unit, PHHS PTSA is a part of the PTA Council of Baltimore County, the Maryland Congress of PTA, and the National Congress of PTA. The Perry Hall High School PTSA is a committed and dedicated group of volunteer leaders working together for the school, parents, students and community.  As leaders, we are making an impact and taking on an active role in our children’s education. There is always room for more parents to get involved.  Make a difference, volunteer and join Perry Hall High School PTSA. Membership is open to everyone who is concerned with education and the well-being of our children.  PHHS PTSA meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month, at 6:30 PM in the JRB Media Center (the school library). Get involved in your child’s education and become an advocate!

 

Perry Hall High School PTSA

Board of Directors for 2017-2018


Executive Board

President: Krista DiPaula

1st Vice President: Chris Hagan

2nd Vice President: Vacant

Treasurer: Ellen Neff

Secretary: Denise Prem

 

School Representatives

Principal: Andrew Last

Faculty Representatives:

Shaine Henry & Dan Probst

Student Representatives:

Class of 2018: Natalie Sturm

Class of 2019: Hermoine Riggs

Class of 2020: Vacant

Class of 2021: Vacant

 

PTSA Meeting Dates

2017

September 5

October 10

November 7

December 5

2018

January 2

February 6

March 6

April 3

May 1

June 5


Committee Chairs & Liaisons

 

After Prom: Denise Green and Renee Papavasiliou

Chick-fil-A Calendar Sale: Karen Heier

Goodwill/Hospitality: Laura Graves and Robyn Morris

Membership: Karyn Polk

Recognition Programs: Brenda Hart

Reflections: Donna Nicholson

Scholarship: Patty Warns

Special Ed Liaison: Karyn Polk

Used Clothing Drive: Diane Kahler

Website: Chris Hagan

Winter Arts & Crafts Fair: Lisa Curran

Delegate to the PTA Council: Francis Craig