Crews Middle School PTSA Committee & Officers
Co-Presidents: Dora Caulfield & Jennifer Wright
Vice-President: Doll Andrade
Secretary: Tiffany Tiller
Treasurer: Mary Kay Pozsgay
(see bylaws for officer description)
Coordinates volunteers for the Fall and Spring Book Fairs. Works with the media clerk to determine what is needed.
Works with the counselors to determine needs that can be met through PTSA.
Coordinates bringing in Cultural Arts programs for the students. Works with the media specialist to bring in authors and works with administration for other programs.
8th Grade Celebration
Dora Caulfield, Jennifer Wright
Plans the end-of-year 8th Grade Celebration. Coordinates selling tickets, ordering t-shirts, booking entertainment (book in the fall!), providing refreshments, and recruiting volunteers.
Dora Caulfield, Doll Andrade
Plans the Fall Fundraiser and coordinates all aspects of the program (volunteers for turn-in days, counting money, placing orders, etc.)
Works with the clinic to coordinate the scoliosis screening program, which takes place in late January/early February.
Plans Sweet Treat and luncheon days for the faculty and staff. Depending on budget and scheduling, these activities generally take place in August, November, February, and May.
Attends Legislative Learning Opportunities provided by the Georgia PTA and reports on legislative activity to the Crews Board of Directors.
Media Center Volunteers
Coordinates volunteers to help out in the media center. Works with the Media Specialist to determine what is needed.
Compiles membership information, distributes membership cards, and creates a master list of Crews PTSA members. Works with Treasurer to pay all state and national dues.
Updates Crews PTSA website as needed
Attends Reflections training provided by the Area 1 council, district, or state. Distributes rules and application forms; collects forms and entries; coordinates judging of entries; plans an awards breakfast for participants; delivers winning entries to council reflections chair for judging and exhibition; relays information about council and state level judging for those entries that go on to compete at those levels. Typically begins in August and ends in December.
Fills the planters at the front of the school, in the carpool lane, and in the bus lane 2-3 times a year, as needed (prior to Open House, winter, and spring). Additional projects could be added as budget permits.
School Social - 6th
Plans the 6th Grade Social for late January/early February. Sends out flyers with permission slips, sells tickets, books entertainment, purchases refreshments, and recruits volunteers. Typically, a committee of 2-3 people.
School Social - 7th
Sherrie Mikell, Kathy Culbertson
Plans the 7th Grade Social for late October/early November. Sends out flyers with permission slips, sells tickets, books entertainment, purchases refreshments, and recruits volunteers. Typically, a committee of 2-3 people.
Choose spirit wear designs to be offered. Designs are typically determined in the summer preceding the school year. This committee will sell the items on Open House day and Curriculum Nights and distribute orders when they are received. Typically 2-3 people on committee.
Decorated the 3 large bulletin boards in the main hallway prior to Open House. Works with Assistant Principals to plan the (almost monthly) Bronco of the Month breakfast and the All As breakfast after 1st semester.
Sends get well, sympathy, or congratulations cards to the staff as needed.
Jennifer Wright, Dora Caulfield
Compiles a list of volunteers from information provided through My Payments Plus; receives requests for volunteer help from PTSA committee chairs and from the school; posts notices for volunteers in the Bronco Bulletin and directly emails the volunteer list to recruit volunteers.