Chatham Charter PTSA

Nov. 17 - 7:00-8:30pm        PTSA Meeting with Film


We will be showing the film,

Reject: The Science Of Belonging


The film examines the impact of social rejection on our children and society! 



   2016-2017 Officers


President:        Christie McCorquodale

Vice President:  Kim Johnson
Secretary:        Michelle Pinto
Treasurer:        Kelli Brower


2016-2017 Goals 
Every school year PTSA is here to support and enrich Chatham Charter's: 1) academic learning environment and 2) physical campus. Some of our specific goals include:
  • Complete Phase 2 of the Ronnie Joyce Park by hosting the 2nd Annual Chicken Tender Dinner (tentatively February 10, 2017). 
  • Assist monetarily with the tree trimming/removal and updated look at the school entrance on campus.
  • We would like to see the school purchase two new buses and paint the existing buses to reflect our Knights pride. We plan to hold a large event possibly towards the end of October in order to fund this expenditure and help our school as well as our children with safe and reliable transportation.


Mission

We share in the National PTSA mission "to make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children."


2016-2017 Meeting Dates 

PTSA has typically met the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM in the high school lobby.

Childcare and refreshments will be available.



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Join the PTSA

We encourage each of you to show your commitment by joining for only $10.
This covers a year of membership
Please note that $4 goes directly to
the North Carolina PTA Office
($1.75 to NC PTA and $2.25 to Nat'l PTA)
for the resources and support
they provide local PTA/PTSAs.



PTSA Committees

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Advocacy
Finance/Audit
Nominating
Spring Carnival
Teacher Appreciation Week

We have volunteer opportunities at Chatham Charter.

We know that time is valuable.  All committees
have co-chairs so the responsibility is shared.
You may be on more than one committee.