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Welcome to Kenmore Jr. High PTSA
Junior High is an exciting time in your students life! The PTSA is here to support students, staff and families. Our goal is to keep you connected and updated on the happenings at the school. Help our PTSA advocacy voice for students be stronger by becoming a PTSA member today. Join Now!
A special Thank You to our PTSA president, Cindy Jensen, for putting her heart and soul into KJH!
Click here for the information form and permission slip for the 9th grade party.
Did you buy your Brick yet?
The first round of bricks were installed and they look great! They were installed in the middle of the commons. Bricks are still for sale for $75. Email Brenda Pelliterri at firstname.lastname@example.org inquire about purchasing a brick. When we have the next 25 bricks sold, they will be engraved. Click here for the brick order form.
PTSA Involvement Next Year
PTSA does great things for the KJH community and there are so many ways to help, big and small. Are you interested in being involved but not sure where? Is there something you want to char next year? We are looking for great people. Next year is an auction year for KJH so we will need lots of helpers totake on various tasks, or be a full on Auction chair. Email Cindy Jensen at email@example.com or Anita Price at firstname.lastname@example.org you have questions.
Congratulations to this years Golden Acorn Winners Patti Byers, Christy Skurski and Brenda Pelliterri!
The PTSA was honored to present Principal Tim Gordon with the WA State PTA Outstanding Educator award for his amazing service and dedication to students and staff.
Join us! Membership is our voice and vote. PTSA membership supports the students and staff at KJH. It helps us advocate for kids at the school, within our community, state level and national level. You can turn your membership form into the school (they will put it in the PTSA box) or mail it to the school.