Austin High PTSA 2016-2017
Welcome, and thank you for considering membership in the Austin High PTSA. This school community combines the talents of parents, teachers, students, and administrators to support an exciting learning environment and strong community at Austin High.
As a member, consider taking these three steps:
Save the Date for General Meetings & Parent/Student Educational Series
Mark your calendar to attend our Parent/Student Education Sessions after the General Meeting. These gatherings are a great opportunity for dialogue with Principal Amy Taylor and to discuss the latest happenings around campus.
Educational topics will also be presented at these meetings. Topics will be very relevant to parents, staff and students alike. Please check the website for each month’s subject! To encourage student participation, students who attend the Parent/Student Educational Sessions will be eligible for door prize drawings and will be allowed to reduce up to 3 unexcused absences (must be present to receive this credit).
Save these dates:
Thursday, September 8, 6:30 PM, Café Austin
Thursday, November 17, 6:30 PM, Library
Thursday, January 12, 6:30 PM, Café Austin
Thursday, March 9, 6:30 PM, Library
Friday, May 12, 10 AM, Café Austin
Explore the Austin High PTSA website for ways to support AHS, volunteer opportunities and other PTSA happenings.
Subscribe to the Austin High e-Newsletter, The Maroon Update, by making sure your email is up-to-date in the AISD Parent Cloud.
Join the PTSA and pick-up your PTSA member card in the Austin High School main second floor office. They are located in a box on the shelf across from Reception. The card has instructions to activate your card and gain access to year-round savings on retail products and services, scholarships for your college bound student (student must be a member) and other opportunities to get involved in student education.
To activate your card, go to www.pta.org/activate. Our school code is 588.
Thank you for supporting what will be an exciting year of learning and growth at Stephen F. Austin High School.