What is a PTSA?
Tex Hill PTSA is an organization made up of parents, teachers, and students whose objective is to create and foster opportunities that enrich and support our children, parents, school, and community. It involves student participation, insight and perspective as they pertain to program development, which aids in building student leadership. It also provides adult members with a better understanding of today's youth.
Why join Tex Hill PTSA?
Tex Hill PTSA will sponsor programs that support parents, teachers, and students. These programs will help enrich the education of the students, enhance the efforts of the staff, and will become invaluable to our school overall. As a member, you and your child(ren) will have the opportunity to help establish the foundation for what Tex Hill can become.
What is required of me as a member?
You are ONLY required to sign-up and pay the membership dues. You are ALWAYS welcome to volunteer your time and your talents by serving on or chairing a committee. There are many ways to get involved. However, we realize not everyone's schedule allows them this opportunity. You can help by providing a voice of care and concern by attending the general meetings, which are typically scheduled in the evenings.
Where do membership dues go?
Tex Hill PTSA membership dues
help sponsor programs and more:
Reflections Art Program
Red Ribbon Week
Presidential Volunteer Service Award
8th Grade Activities
Tigers Taking Care of Campus & Community service programs
Please consider joining us as we “Back The Future.” As a PTSA member you would be helping to provide student resources, connecting with the campus, meeting other parents, staying informed about what is going on at your campus and advocating for your child. Don’t forget that the in addition to the great things the PTSA is doing, by joining the PTSA you can take advantage of the Reflections National art contest, exclusive member discounts and automatic membership in the Texas and National PTAs. Remember that anyone can join, parents, aunts, uncles, students, community members.