The McLean High School PTSA is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations to the PTSA are tax deductible.
Upcoming PTSA Events
(see MHS Website for full school calendar and read the PTSA E-news for the most up to date news of the week)
Thursday, March 9th. 7 PM in the Lecture Hall. PTSA General Membership Meeting. Topic: A presentation by Duffy Counseling on physical health, emotional health and time management
Vote for McLean High School in the 2017 WTOP Click For Kids Contest HERE
Vote today — and every day through March 17 — to help McLean High School win $15,000 in WTOP’s Click for Kids Sweepstakes. We have a lot of competition, almost 600 schools. The school with the most votes wins $15,000. Let’s show our Highlander Spirit with an avalanche of votes for McLean HS.
ANYONE over the age of 13 can vote for McLean HS. Voters do NOT have to live in McLean. Voters do NOT have to attend McLean HS. Please tell everyone you know to vote for McLean High School. Tell your friends, neighbors, relatives, and coworkers – no matter where they live. Please also spread the word through social media. Use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Websites!
Click Here to Vote so MHS Can Win $15,000 Or, copy and paste this link into your browser http://wtop.com/contests/2017-
Once you’re on the voting screen, just choose FAIRFAX for the School District. Then choose MCLEAN HIGH SCHOOL for the school. It’s that easy. Get out the vote. Bring in $15,000 for McLean HS!
NOTE: If the same person votes via MULTIPLE email addresses, MHS could be disqualified. Let’s win fairly.
Remember, you can vote once a day (every 24 hours). Thank you for your votes! Thank you WTOP for sponsoring this generous sweepstakes!
The Living Classroom Project
The prize money from the WTOP contest will fund a Living Classroom for McLean students. The Living Classroom will be a peaceful, outdoor oasis where students can enjoy the calming benefits of a natural setting. It will integrate principles of environmental sustainability, outdoor learning, and science by giving our students first-hand experience with these concepts in their outdoor classroom.
School Security Camera Fundraising Campaign: DONATE TODAY
The PTSA needs your immediate attention to help address security risks at our school. Officer Davis, along with Buddy Sekely and his team of security professionals, do a magnificent job keeping our students safe, but outdated technology has impeded their ability. McLean High School’s security cameras are at least 20 years old, so they are being replaced with high-tech, state of the art cameras positioned around the perimeter of the school and other campus locations. But these cameras need proper computer data storage support to be efficient. Therefore, the PTSA is launching a Security Camera Campaign to raise $20,000 for this important upgrade. It is imperative that we raise the level of security not only during the school day, but also in the evenings. Principal Reilly addressed our security issues and the need for this new technology at the most recent PTSA meeting.
Please help us raise the needed funds by clicking on this easy paypal link.
All tax deductible donations collected for March/April will go directly to the Security Camera Campaign. Your contribution to this cause is greatly appreciated!
PTSA Volunteers needed for the following committees for the 2017/18 school year.
All Night Grad Party (ANGP) Committee Chair: Plan and Coordinate the annual ANGP on graduation night. This committee is typically run by a senior parent, but all grade levels are welcome.
New slate of PTSA Officers proposed for the 2017/18 school year.
The Nominating Committee proposes the following slate of officers to serve on the Executive Committee in the 2017/18 school year. The slate will be voted into office during the final General Membership meeting of the school year – that date is TBD.
- President: Rich Sargent
- President Elect : Sue Ellen Beggs
- Treasurer: Nancy Rider
- VP of Fundraising : Erica Glembocki
- VP of Membership : Alison Senold
- Secretary : Lucy Kehoe
Many thanks to the nominees for their willingness to donate their time and energy to make the MHS community the best it can be.