SERVICE HIGH SCHOOL PTSA 2016/2017 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
December 2016/January 2017 Approved funding for chef coats for the Culinary Arts ProStart program. ProStart students will volunteer in the Cougar Cache to offset costs. Approved funding for books for the Science Fiction class and Honors History class. The CIT room is stocked with items and snacks for our Children in Transition (CIT). Provided sandwiches and cookies for the teachers during finals week.
November 2016 Approved funding for new jerseys for the girls basketball team. Approved funding for the Hockey Booster Club to purchase jerseys to be raffled off for a Superhero fundraiser for the Partners Club
October 2016 Thank you to Laurie Dworian and Kim Morris for spearheading another incredible Teacher/Staff Luncheon on October 26th and thanks to all the parents who donated food and other items for this event. Approved funding for a Library request for rechargeable batteries for the remotes and lights in the library. Approved a request from the Music Department for a donation of Cougar Cache swag for their annual fundraiser auction. Approved a request from the Indian Ed department for Cougar Cache punch cards to be to be given as door prizes and the November Indian Ed symposium. Approved funding to support the Change of Heart workshop for ninth graders. Change of Heart is a daylong workshop designed to improve communication amongst students and staff and to build a more united community feeling throughout Service High.
August/September 2016 Approved funding for activities jackets for teachers and staff who work at school events. By wearing these jackets the teachers and staff will be easily identified as an ASD employee in case a student or parent needs information or assistance during the event. Provided Cougar Cache gift cards to our CIT students (Children in Transition). Approved funding for a Seminar student’s senior project to beautify the C-Hall patio space with new benches and art pieces. Currently we have 218 PTSA members: 109 Parents, 57 teachers, 52 students.