Howard High School PTSA 2014-2015

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PTSA MEMBERSHIP RAFFLE for October 15! Details? Click here Membership

Please check the Volunteer tab for NEW PTSA volunteer opportunities for this year!

Check the BINGO tab for up to date info on the November 22nd HHS PTSA BINGO night!

If you would like to become more involved with the Howard PTSA this year,  please contact anyone on the Executive Board
for more information and a list of the open positions.   There is flexibility, a variety of time commitments, and the
option to assist current committee chairs as well. 

The 2014 - 2015 Howard High PTSA officer positions are:
President                           Christine O'Connor
1st Vice President            Jenn Hawes
2nd Vice President           Sharon Stencil
Recording Secretary        Vera Simmons
Corresponding Secretary  Joy Limon
Treasurer                           Mary Nicklin
PTA Council Delegate     Donna Sudbrook
PTA Council Delegate      Felicia Anthony

Anyone interested in serving on a committees should contact a current committee chair or officer (see contact info on our Exec Board page).



Did you know... $3.75 of every membership fee goes to MD State and National PTA Dues?
Did you know...
100% of every donation to the PTSA stays at Howard HS and is tax deductible?

Your dues and donations directly support the following: Howard’s Project Safe After Prom, $2000 in Student Scholarships, root beer floats for New Student Orientation, Staff Back-to-School luncheon, Staff Appreciation Week Celebrations, funds for each class for Homecoming activities, refreshments for various receptions, the Student Directory and much more. Learn more...
Volunteer Opportunities

2014-2015 Volunteer Form


Great things happen at Howard High throughout the school year! New Student Orientation, Back-to-School Night, Homecoming, Basket Bingo, World of Work, Science Fair, After-Prom and Graduation festivities are some of the events that are part of Howard High’s tradition. You, as a volunteer, can help make those great things happenLearn more...
Mane Events Newsletter
Please note: We have gone green so the newsletter is only available online.

Deadline for submissions is the 15th of the month.  Please send any submissions to Jillian Storms, via .doc or .pdf attachment to

PTSA Executive Board Meetings

The first PTSA Executive Board meeting for the year is Monday, Sept. 8th, 2014 6:30pm in the HHS Media Center.

PTSA meetings are the 2nd Monday of each month in the HHS Media center at 6:30pm.

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Online Sign Ups...
Receive school announcements via email. Go to the HCPSSNews Web site to register.
HHS PTSA Yahoo Group
To receive bi-weekly PTSA notices by email about school and PTSA events, the School Board, County Council, and other educational and community activities, join the Howard PTSA yahoo group:  Learn more...  
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Quick Links
  HHS Home Page          HoCo PTA Council 

MD State PTA                  National PTA 

  HHS PTSA Exec Board Yahoo Group 

HHS PTSA Yahoo Group (existing member)

HHS Athletics Calendar 

Surviving the Teenage Years
PTA Council and HC Drug Free have put together a series of fliers containing practical tips and information for parents of teens from the Howard County Health Department and other government agencies.  Read them here.

Purposes of the PTA
  • To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community and place of worship.
  • To raise the standards of home life.
  • To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth.
  • To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth.
  • To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social and spiritual education.