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2016-2017 Patrick Henry PTSA Executive Board...



PTSA President                - Laura Jacobson  - dr.ljacobson@gmail.com
PTSA First VP                  - Robyn Smeltzer  - rpsmeltzer@msn.com
PTSA 2nd VP - Members   - Regina Carson   - thecarsons5@cox.net
PTSA 3rd VP - External     - Amy Jo Wheeler - parent2childtexts@gmail.com
PTSA Secretary                - Kara Joyce        - karawjoyce@gmail.com
PTSA Treasurer               - Julie Wheeler     - jwheeler@roanoke.bbb.org




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PTSA Board Meeting Schedule...

All meetings, open to the PH community, begin at 6:30 p.m. in the PH library (typically on the 3rd Monday of each month). Here is the 2016-17 Board meeting schedule:

9/19/16

10/17/16

11/21/16

12/19/16

1/23/17

2/27/17

3/20/17

4/24/17

5/15/17



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PTSA Board Minutes...

Check the Board Meeting notes link





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Joining the PH PTSA...



PTA Membership - Why join the PTA? A PTA membership is only $5.00. PTA helps parents, students, school staff, and the community work together to share ideas about programs and activities that benefit our children. Membership cards can be obtained from the Patrick Henry office. The Patrick Henry PTA Unit ID is #14749. Join today!!



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PH PTSA Volunteers...



There are many ways to volunteer at PH. We need you! To be included in our volunteers email list to be notified of upcoming volunteer needs, please send an email to phhsvolunteers@gmail.com.



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PTSA on Facebook...


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Use Your Kroger Cares Card to Help the PTSA...
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Thank you all for your support of Patrick Henry High School and the Kroger Rewards Program. It is the PTSA’s only fundraiser of the year, so it is essential that you sign up and earn rewards for our school. The program has become very simple. No more loading gift cards!! All you have to do is enroll in the program and use your kroger plus card each time you shop and our school will earn a percentage of your purchase. To enroll follow these simple instructions below…..

Before you start, make sure you have your Kroger plus card # on hand….
1. go to www.kroger.com/communityrewards
2. Click on Create an Account
3. Fill out information
4. Add your Kroger plus card #
5. Under community rewards press “enroll”
6. Fill out information
7. Find our organization-Patrick Henry High School PTSA
8. click on our school # 82060
9. ENROLL!!
10. you should receive an confirmation email

Thanks again for your continued support of our school. Please pass this information along to family and friends. The more people we can get to enroll, the more our school can earn.

Sincerely,

Ways and Means Committee PH PTSA

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Food Lion MVP Card Sign-up – Another way to earn rewards for PH...



For every Food Lion brand purchase using your MVP card, PH receives one point. Points can be redeemed for supplies and equipment for our school.



Register your Food Lion MVP card to Patrick Henry..


1. Go to foodlion.com and click on Community Outreach and then on MVP rewards.


2. Click on the button to “register your MVP card”.


3. Enter your MVP card number and Patrick Henry’s school code: 217928


4. Then, every time you purchase the Food Lion brand products, you earn credit for Patrick Henry PTSA. The brands include Food Lion, My Essentials, Healthy Accents, Taste of Inspirations, Nature’s Place, Butcher’s Brands and other Food Lion house brands.



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After Prom Party Donations Needed

The PTSA will host an After Prom at Patrick Henry High School, which will include fun activities, door prizes, food, and lots of entertainment following the Prom on Saturday, April 8th, 2017. The party is from midnight until 3am. Over 500 students typically attend the After Prom each year. We are beginning to collect donations now; please consider supporting such a fantastic event for our students by clicking on the donation form and sending in a check. Please check the form below. 







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Select the link for additional information...


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