Sprayberry High School PTSA

You Scream, I Scream!

Save the date!

Our annual ice cream social for members will be held during all lunches on Tuesday, February 26th and Wednesday, February 27th. All student (or, if your parent is a member you’re covered) and staff members can stop by our table during their lunch period (only one per member so pick your favorite day) and make an ice cream sundae. If you’re not a member you can join on the spot ($5) or join now online. Seniors, this is a GREAT opportunity to join before we release our scholarship application. Seniors MUST be a SHS PTSA member to apply for our scholarship. Join online here: http://sprayberryptsa.org/join-ptsa-online/

ECCC Scholarship

One student from SHS WILL BE selected for a scholarship! Each spring East Cobb County Council of PTAs awards one $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior from each of the six ECCC high schools. The scholarship, known as the Margie Hatfield … [Continue reading]

Reflections Winners

Congratulations to the following SHS students for moving forward in the PTA Reflections Contest! Their entries were initially judged by SHS PTSA and moved to the next level, East Cobb Council of PTAs. Now, they are moving onto state-level judging, … [Continue reading]

Thank you!

THANK YOU for an incredible weekend! Our 36th Annual Arts and Crafts was a huge success. We thank our crafters, parent and student volunteers, custodial staff, administrative staff, school resource officers, food truck vendors, concessions stand … [Continue reading]

2019 Craft Show Application

It's here! The application for our 37th Annual Arts & Crafts Show in November 2019 can be found below. New and returning crafters: Please review it carefully and pay attention to all due dates, fees, and rules. View it here: 2019 Craft Show … [Continue reading]

Year in Review

Our 2017-2018 PTSA Executive Committee held our last meeting on 5/15. We're handing over the keys to a fantastic group and we can't wait to see where they take our PTSA next. Many of us will still be involved in PTSA during next school year and we'd … [Continue reading]