Its that time of year.
All board positions are open. President, 1st VP, 2nd VP, Secretary and Treasurer. Intersted in a board position. Fill out the form today. Elections will take place in the Fall.
Letter from your President
Dear Mears Families,
Thank you for visiting our PTSA website. Please explore all of the information contained in this site to learn about the PTSA and how parents can get involved and stay informed. This website provides current PTSA contacts, dates, forms and descriptions of the programs sponsored by the PTSA.
The PTSA's goal is to enrich the environment for our children, families and community. It takes many volunteers to make that happen and parent volunteers are always necessary and welcome. Check with this website often to review the many volunteer opportunities.
Please let me know if you have any questions. We will do our best to keep you updated with what is happening in our PTSA, our school and in our community. I look forward to working with you this year.
There’s no better way to know what’s happening at Mears Middle School.
TAP INTO A NETWORK
Mears PTSA events are opportunities to build a rapport with other parents and discuss school related issues. You can share ideas, concerns and experiences.
By volunteering with Mears PTSA, you put your skills to use for a noble cause, benefitting your child and all students in the Mears community.
Mears PTSA can be an effective way to suggest change at school.
BE A ROLE MODEL
By becoming a Mears PTSA member, you’ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education.
TEACHERS, YOU BELONG IN THE Mears PTSA
Joining the Mear PTSA shows parents that teachers are interested in their children outside the classroom. Teachers who are able to attend Mears PTSA meetings will be able to voice their opinions and get feedback from parents of their students.
STUDENTS, YOU BELONG IN THE Mears PTSA
As a student, you know what’s happening at Mears and you are uniquely qualified to determine how your education can be improved. You can provide an important student perspective for PTSA ideas and programs