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Cuyahoga Falls High School Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA)

The Cuyahoga Falls High School PTSA is open to everyone-Parents, Teachers, Students, Staff, Administrators and friends.  We are the only parent run organization that proudly works to support ALL BLACK TIGERS, However, we can’t do it alone!  We need your help.  I encourage everyone to join the CFHS PTSA.  Your generous contributions and support will directly benefit our students and school.

Memberships are just $5.00 and can be purchased by filling out a membership form (found here or on the Download) and returning it to the PTSA mailbox at the high school office or mailing it to the address on the form, along with your payment (cash or check made payable to CFHS PTSA.)

PTA was founded in 1897 and prides itself on being a powerful voice for all children, a resource for parents, and a strong advocate for public education.  More information and membership benefits can be found on the website:  www.pta.org.

Please join us at our PTSA meetings on the first Monday of each month in the CPC room at 7:00 pm at the high school.  Everyone is welcome!  We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas.  This is a perfect opportunity to hear what is happening in the school and connect with other parents. 

                Our fundraisers help to provide activities for students, appreciation dinner for the teachers, the All Night Party for our seniors, and scholarships for our seniors.  We are currently selling Krispy Kreme donuts at the home football and basketball games for $5.00 per dozen.  New this year we will be selling Texas Roadhouse rolls before each of the holidays.  The rolls will be $5.00 per dozen.  They do come frozen and with a container of their famous cinnamon butter. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 330-945-5906 or via email at susan.r.keller@gmail.com.

Thank you for your support!

Susan Keller, President