"We believe PTA family not only includes parents, teachers and students, but also embraces community, alumni and anyone who believes in education and the future of our schools and children," she said. "Attending meetings are not mandatory but each membership gives PTA a vote in the state. Welcome back and don't forget to join PTA and make your voice count for 9 million California children."
Glendale High School
Principal Deb Rinder extends a welcome on the start of another year. It also marks the kickoff of football, and fans can cheer the Nitros on at 7 p.m. Sept. 10 when Glendale plays Cathedral at Moyse Stadium. On Sept. 17 the Nitros again play on home turf as they take on La Cañada.
A PTSA meeting is set for 6 p.m. in the school library led by President Sydney Swainston. Students are urged to participate in the PTA Reflections Arts Program with details available from home room and art teachers. There are no entry fees.
Forms and guidelines are at http://www.glendalecouncilpta.net. The deadline for submissions is Oct. 22, said Reflections Chairwoman Betty Fritz. The theme is "Together We Can…" and winners have a chance to go on to regional, state and national competition.
Wilson Middle School
Wilson PTSA President Hilda Hovsepian reports that the Howdy Nights and textbook checkout events ran smoothly with students, parents and teachers excited to begin the year.
Co-historian Linda Guzik announces that the annual PTSA membership drive is underway. Membership Chairwoman Dina Calis urges the Wilson community to show commitment to public education and Wilson Middle School by joining the PTSA. Membership, which is only $6 per person, helps support wonderful programs at the school along with the efforts of the California State and National PTAs advocating for better education for our children.