HPHS PTO Membership Form

Select Membership Level

HPHS PTO membership benefits include the following:

 

Platinum Membership 2 Parent Directories, the Shoreline (Student Newspaper) mailed to your home and One CheckAwards Book
Gold Membership 2 Parent Directories and the Shoreline mailed to your home
Silver Membership 1 Parent Directory and the Shoreline mailed to your home
Bronze Membership 1 Parent Directory

 

$ 5.00
Optional. Enter quantity of additional books you'd like.
$ 40.00
Optional. Enter quantity of books you'd like. CheckAward books offer valuable discounts at area merchants. For more information click here.
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HPHS PTO Member Profile

Member Information

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Freshman Students

Sophomore Students

Junior Students

Senior Students

Committee Sign-up

We welcome any and all committee volunteers

You must be a current member of the PTO to volunteer. You may sign up for as many committees as you like. Below are the committee descriptions followed by the actual committee sign up options.

CheckAwards: Assist co-chairs in the sales and distribution of our CheckAwards books

Giant Giving Committee: Help give back to HPHS students and faculty by helping to coordinate our newest tradition at HPHS...The Giant Week of Giving (November 13 through 17) as well as participating in other philanthropic events (check awards and brick sales) that help provide direct financial assistance for faculty grants and student clubs and organizations.

Grad Nite: Help plan, fund raise and chaperon Grad Nite. A fun, substance-free, supervised all-night celebration for graduating seniors.

Hospitality / Baking: Committee members help with the faculty dinner and refreshments for parents at Open House, Honor Nights and Teacher Appreciation Lunch in May. Bakers are always needed!

Shoreline: Help fold, label and mail Shoreline, the student newspaper, to our PTO subscribers. Volunteers do not need to be available for all mailings.

Freshman Book Sale: Training will take place on August 12 and the Book Sale will take place on August 17 in the morning

Sophomore Book Sale: Training will take place on August 11 and the Book Sale will take place on August 16 in the morning

Junior Book Sale: Taining will take place on August 12 and the Book Sale will take place on August 15 in the afternoon

Senior Book Sale: raining will take place on August 11 and the Book Sale will take place on August 15 in the morning

Freshman Lunch: Serve lunch to the Freshman students on the Freshman first day of school. This is for parents of Freshman only.

Please select committee(s) using checkboxes below:

- Giant Giving Committee
Help give back to HPHS students and faculty by helping to coordinate our newest tradition at HPHS...The Giant Week of Giving (November 13 through 17) as well as participating in other philanthropic events (check awards and brick sales) that help provide direct financial assistance for faculty grants and student clubs and organizations.
- Book Sale 1: Freshman (Friday, August 18, 2017)
Training will take place on Monday, August 14 and the Book Sale will take place on Friday, August 18
- Book Sale 2: Sophomore (Thursday, August 17, 2017)
Training will take place on Friday, August 11 and the Book Sale will take place on Thursday, August 17
- Book Sale 3: Junior (Wednesday, August 16, 2017)
Training will take place on Monday, August 14 and the Book Sale will take place on Wednesday, August 16
- Book Sale 4: Senior (Tuesday, August 15, 2017)
Training will take place on Friday, August 11 and the Book Sale will take place on Tuesday, August 15
- CheckAwards
Assist co-chairs in the sales and distribution of our CheckAwards books
- Freshman Lunch
Serve lunch to the Freshman students on the Freshman first day of school. This is for parents of Freshman only.
- Grad Nite
Help plan, fund raise and chaperon Grad Nite. A fun, substance-free,
supervised all-night celebration for graduating seniors.
- Hospitality / Baking
Committee members help with the faculty dinner and refreshments
for parents at Open House, Honor Nights and Teacher Appreciation
Lunch in May. Bakers are always needed!
- Shoreline
Help fold, label and mail Shoreline, the student newspaper, to our
PTO subscribers. Volunteers do not need to be available for all mailings.
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