ROBERTS PTA NEEDS YOUR HELP !
We are looking for parents, guardians and/or friends to join our group and help us continue this tradition at Roberts. If you are interested in ANY aspect of our PTA, whether becoming a member, an officer on the board or a chair committee member; please contact the school. We are looking forward to another great year at Roberts Middle School, we hope you'll join us!
Roberts Middle School PTA OFFICERS:
President: Morghan Weekley
Vice President: Amy Pelfrey
Treasurer: Carrie Schaeffer
Meeting Dates for 2018-2019
Join us in the Cafeteria at 4:00 p.m
**Meetings to be held the first Tuesday of every month**
Check out the ROBERTS MIDDLE SCHOOL PTA Facebook page for all the latest information, to ask questions, or to find out what’s going on at Roberts!
Parents, Grandparents, and Families! We need YOUR help!
Roberts PTA is a small group looking for more parents who would like to make a positive impact on our student’s middle school career! Our students are at a very crucial age, and studies have shown that students have a higher success rate when parents and guardians are involved in their school activities! We need your support!
How can you help?
1. Join the PTA. (Joining the PTA does not mean you will get called for EVERY volunteer position ever created.
Joining PTA does not obligate you to volunteer)
2. Attend our meetings -- (its only once a month, and lasts about an hour!)
Now, I know….. You are asking -- WHY join the PTA?
o The NUMBER ONE reason? Because joining the RMS PTA will benefit your child!
o The National PTA is a strong advocate for education; the more members we have, the more numbers we have behind us when we go to Washington D.C. to fight for your child for better funding for education, health and safety-- just to name a few!
o To BE CONNECTED -- There is NO better, more accurate way to know what is going on at Roberts!
o To BE A ROLE MODEL – Joining the PTA shows your child that you see the importance in their education!
o To TAP INTO A NETWORK – PTA Functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers. To also discuss issues that are on your mind, share ideas, concerns and experiences with other middle school parents.