Thank you to everyone that assisted us in the Festival of Trees.  We had over 60 Vendors!  There was a lot of great items that could be purchased.  Awesome Trees and Wreaths to purchase and vote for "Peoples Choice", some great food, great music and the kids enjoyed some crafts and jumpy's! The Festival of Trees of 2023 is scheduled for December 2, 2023 at Monroe Area High School.


November 30, 2022 -  Parent Hurricane University
MAHS Cafeteria starting at 5:30 pm.  If you cannot be at the meeting in person - it will be offered through Zoom. Our very own Counselor Ms. Carson and our SRO Sgt. Harris, will be our special speakers for the evening!

December 10, 2022 -  Hurricane Holiday Market
Come to Downtown Monroe from 9am-4pm to shop the MAHS Hurricane Holiday Market.  Clubs and organizations from Monroe Area High each have their own tent of items to sell, crafts or photo center.  This is a fundraiser Holiday Market for our Clubs and Organizations.
Here are just a few samples of Clubs and what they are marketing:
     Environmental Club - Selling Honey
     FFA - Horseshoe Snowmen, Horseshoe Christmas Trees, Wooden Knick Knacks, Cutting Boards
     ECE - Handprint Ornaments
     Horizons - Wreaths and Coasters

MAHS Parent, Teacher, Student Organization
PTSO Objectives
  • To advance the well being of youth in all spheres of their growth and development.
  • To encourage a relationship between home and school so that parents and teachers may work together closely and intelligently.
  • To provide services to the school supporting the academic success and personal growth of our students.
  • To sponsor and financially support activities and programs needed by the school community.
  • To develop united efforts between educators and the general public in order to secure for every child the highest advantages in education.

What You Do Matters!
Did you know that parents have a significant effect on their children's education? It's true! Good education isn't just about teachers and school-- what you do as a parent really counts.

There have been hundreds of research studies on parents and school, and they all show the same thing: when parents get involved in their children's education, great things happen. Among them: grades go up, test scores rise, and behavior improves.

In addition, children with involved parents are more likely to pass their classes, graduate, and further their education after high school.

 When parents, teachers and students work together, amazing things happen! 
The strength and success of the MAHS PTSO and our students depend on you! 

PTSO Officers

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Sheila Ransom

Vice President
Jenny Bell

Open Position 

Courtney Vinson

Reporter / Volunteer Coordinator
Casey Corneliuz

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