Ranchview High School PTSA – President’s Message
Happy Fall RHS families!
Thank you to everyone who helped with the homecoming parade and dance. I think the students had a great day and it took the RHS family to come together to make it happen!
PTSA is the only school-wide booster club, and the only organization at Ranchview which represents all students with a focus on parent education, family engagement and student success. Whether your child is an athlete, scholar, musically inclined or needs assistance, PTA supports your child! Two of our goals this year is to improve communication and promotion of those successes within and about the RHS community, the other is to have a presence in the community. We hope that you have seen representation from the board at various school events. Research shows that family involvement supports student success. Students with involved parents are more likely to earn higher grades and pass their classes, attend school regularly and have better social skills and go on to postsecondary education. Family engagement makes up a huge part of PTA’s mission. We are very excited to see these priorities combine in this year’s goals.
If you haven’t joined PTA I encourage you to do so. When you join PTA you are making a statement that you back your child’s future. You believe their education is important. By joining PTA you aren’t committing to volunteering. If you have time, we would love to have you volunteer with us. By joining PTA you are stating, please take my $10 and help provide the best tools for my child’s success and please advocate on behalf of my child. You can join PTA at joinpta.org
On August 18, the CFBISD Board of Trustees voted to take a TRE (Tax Ratification Election) to the voters on the November 8 ballot. CFBISD NEEDS THE TRE! Learn more about this fact and many others in the TRE Quick Facts Flyer which you can find here — TRE Quick Facts Flyer
And to learn even more, visit www.cfbtre.com Our Kids, Our Future, Our Responsibility. Vote YES on the TRE!
Look forward to seeing you around school. Go Wolves!
Diane E. Dobis