The Herndon HIgh School PTSA welcomes you to the 2013 - 2014 school year! Whether you are a returning Hornet family,or new to our school, we know you willfind a welcoming school community. There are several opportunities for parent involvement, and we encourage you to consider joining one of our many parent organizations. Please visit the PTSA website for additional information on membership, volunteering, grocery receipt program, parent pledge and much, much more.
President - Melvin Jones
1st Vice President - Walter Alcorn
2nd Vice President - Sandra Ryan
Corresponding Secretary - Cinthia Drake
Recording Secretary - Melanie Warakomski
Treasurer - Jeff Clark
Past President - Stephanie McClellan
All Night Grad
Graduation will be here before you know it!ONLY 5 WEEKS AWAY!!
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER A YARD SIGN IS THIS WEEK!!
Here are the upcoming fundraiser events:
+Spirit Night at California Tortilla(5-8) and Sweet Frog(5-9) @ Northpoint -- Tuesday, May 20th. Don't miss out!!
+Jimmy’s Guest Bartending –June 4th -- mark your calendars!!
+Mary Kay web party—order for Mother’s Day or any day and we receive 25% of proceeds!
+Get a custom shirt for Father's Day and ANG receives 10% of the proceeds. Browse the website www.dianemerrill.jhilburn.com
The sign up genius to volunteer for the night of the party will be out soon. Also, a newsletter will be sent home to all parents reviewing graduation and the All Night Grad Party.
+Do you have your student’s ANG ticket?
+Do you have your Yard sign?
+Do you have your raffle tickets for reserved graduation seating?
+Do you have your booster brick to commemorate your student?
Form for all above are available in the main office. All items can be paid via check or PayPal!!
Check out www.herndonang.org for more information. You can also reach the website from the homepage of the high school website!!
Parenting Education Program
The Fairfax County Department of Family Services, Parenting Education Program is enrolling families for several upcoming parenting classes. These programs are special in that both parents and children attend the classes although children are taught in different classrooms than parents. Classes are for Fairfax County residents; meet from 5:30 to 8 p.m.; are free; and include dinner and child care. Classes meet once a week for 12, 13, or 21 weeks depending on the curriculum.
For more information about a class and to enroll a family, please contact the designated Parenting Education Programs staff.
- Tsehay Elias-Good-Touch/Bad-Touch®-703-324-7459 – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Krissa Slone- Volunteer & Partnership Services - 703-324-7745- email@example.com
- Natalie Bailey- African-American Cultural Focus- 703-324-3617- Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org