To foster a strong relationship with and between the Students, Staff, Parents, and members of the Clawson community. Together, we share the common goal of enhancing the experience and potential of every CHS student.
What We Do
We are actively involved in each of the following activities during the school year:
- Dances (Homecoming & Snow)
- Parent & Student Education and Enrichment
- PTSA Member Appreciation & Enrichment
- Senior All Night Party (Contribution)
- Senior Breakfast
- Student Appreciation
- Teacher/Principal Resource
- Teacher/Staff Appreciation
Join us! This is a very good group of concerned parents wanting the best for all CHS students - see what's happening and stay informed!
PTSA Meetings for the 2014-2015 school year are scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday of every month unless otherwise noted.
All meetings will begin at 6:30pm and be held in the CHS Media Center (Library).
Coming to the meetings only obligates you to be informed about our program. Share thoughts and ideas if you want, volunteer if you want, or just listen....it's up to you!
Interested in finding out more about PTSA?
Go here to take some online courses.
Each course takes 30 minutes to an hour to complete and can be revisited repeatedly for more practice.
Note: Usernames and passwords are on the back of your membership card.
Become a member of CHS PTSA. Membership benefits include improved communication between you, students, teachers, staff, and the community.
CHS-PTSA's focus is to create, maintain, and improve programs and activities that foster your student's well being and growth.
CHS PTSA is a forum for your ideas and suggestions, membership is open to all - we value your input!
Online parenting resources through www.pta.org.
Special promotions from Member Benefits Providers:
See www.pta.org/benefits for more information. Enter the following at the PTA website to access
special password-protected offerings:
Be a Part of Clawson High PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association)
PTSA Parent Membership Form
Studies show that students perform better in school when a parent or guardian isinvolved. High school is a transition time; your student, on their way to adulthood, will be making big decisions. Be an active part of their experience. Don't worry if you don't have a lot of time, your student, your school and your community appreciates any time you can give.