Eleanor Roosevelt High School PTSA
Join the PTSA
Single Membership: $15
Family Membership: $25
See details below
The PTSA meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm in the media center.
Grad Night also meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6pm in room 130.
Join online or print out a membership form and return it to school with cash or a check made out to ERHS PTSA. Mail to ERHS PTSA, 7601 Hanover Pkwy, Greenbelt, MD 20770. We will also accept memberships in person at Back to School Night and at PTSA meetings.
To join online, please complete both steps:
- Fill out the application form below.
- Complete your registration by going to the homepage and clicking on the PayPal button to pay your dues. Be sure to include $15 for a single membership, $25 for a family membership, and any additional donations you would like to make. **Please make a note on the memo line of what exactly you are paying for.**
PTSA Board 2019-20
President: Tyrome Smith
Vice President: Lynne Cort
Membership Secretary: Nakasha Ramsey
Recording secretary: Donna Moerschell
Treasurer: Melanie Fiore
Delegate to Prince George's Council of PTAs: Robin Shell
Spirit wear chair: Lauren Rankel
Fundraising chair: TBD
Teacher Appreciation chair: TBD
Grants chair: Maby Palmisano
Communications chair: Anne Gardner
Student Affairs chair: TBD
Grad Night chair: TBD
Grad Night treasurer: TBD
Why join a PTA?
• Make a difference in your school and your child’s life. By participating in the PTA, you help your school achieve things they couldn’t do without you. Opportunities are abundant to help out, whether it is by donating your time, knowledge, presence at an event, or showing that you support the school by becoming a member.
• Tap into a network. Parenting and teaching are not easy—it helps to share ideas, concerns, and experiences with people who are going through similar experiences. PTA provides the opportunity to meet other parents, staff, and caregivers and gain new perspectives on issues.
• Discover great resources. PTA offers a variety of programs designed for parents, teachers, and students. From Our Child Magazine to e-newsletters on areas important to education, members find tips for helping their students with homework, advice for preparing for a parent-teacher conference, and ways to help bridge home and school.
• Cost savings. The National PTA has partnerships with major retail outlets. Learn more about the National PTA Member Benefits Program at pta.org/benefits.
• Get connected. Meet other engaged parents to support the school and children. There’s no better way to know what’s happening in your school and to have an impact on your child’s future.
• Dozens of national programs that engage students and win national recognition. School wide programs are designed to bring families together and support student success, including the “Reflections” art program, School of Excellence, Healthy Lifestyles, and more.
• Leadership and learning opportunities. The PTA is a place to strengthen your skills and learn new ones. Your state and National PTA offer training through conferences, hands-on sessions, webinars, e-learning courses, and more.
• Speak up. This is your opportunity to have a voice in your school, district, state, and national policies that effect children. The PTA is the largest and oldest volunteer advocacy group for children in the United States. We support the education and welfare of all children to help them reach their full potential.