Inglewood PTSA, Unit 2.8.73, Inglewood Middle School, Sammamish, WA

The mission of the Inglewood Middle School PTSA is to enhance the educational and cultural experiences of all students at the school and to help staff in providing a safe and nurturing environment in which students can thrive. We also strive to build a strong and supportive community by increasing communication and family participation. 

Super Sitters is Back!

This program is designed for grades 6-8 to train young people in basic babysitting and home safety skills. Students completing this course
will be better prepared to provide a safer and more positive infant/child care experience. Taught by a hospital-qualified instructor, this class includes parent expectations, basic first aid, home and fire safety, Heimlich maneuver, telephone tips, toys and activities, and infant care. Participants receive a Babysitting 101 handbook and course completion certificate at
the end of the class.

Date: Wednesday, January 22nd, 12:55-5:55 pm

Location: Inglewood MS, Room 204

Cost: $50

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Upcoming Events

Monday, Jan. 20th

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, No School

Tuesday, Jan. 21st

Film: Screenagers, Next Chapter

6-8 pm; Timberline Middle School

Wednesday, Jan. 22nd

Super Sitter Class

12:55-5:55 pm; Inglewood

Parenting Toolbox for the Teenage Years

7-9 pm; EHS Performing Arts Center


Tuesday, Feb. 4th

Inglewood PTSA Membership Meeting

6-7 pm; Inglewood Library

College and Career Readiness Event

7-8:30 pm; Inglewood

Tuesday, Feb. 17th

President's Day- No School

Wednesday, Feb. 18th

PTSA Board Meeting

6-7 pm; IMS Board Room

What's the Difference Between PTSA and ASB?

PTSA versus ASB

What's the difference and why do they both want money?

Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)

A national organization that enables parents to represent, help and communicate more closely with their school and the school system as a whole.

A non-profit organization run by parent volunteers. PTSA is the largest child advocacy organization in the country, advocating for ALL children with legislature striving to better their lives.

Activities and programs include August Back to Business days, emergency preparedness, parent education, Reflections art competition, student directory, teacher/staff appreciation, drama production, and grants to the school for programs and materials that enhance the existing curriculum and academic activities. Funds are raised with membership dues, Pass the Hat fundraiser, company matching of employee donations, and the AmazonSmiles program.

We are short of our $20,000 goal to ensure funding for our anticipated programs and grants. Please consider making a donation today.


Associated Student Body (ASB)

A student government that represents the entire student body.

ASB funds are public money, generated by the students and may only be used for cultural, social, and athletic or recreational activities which are optional or non-credit.

Run by ASB student officers in close coordination with the school.

Activities and programs include school-wide cultural events and speakers, dances and social events, honor society, student clubs, athletics, intramural sports, and yearbook.

Funds are raised with membership fees, school store, spirit wear sales, and ticket sales for dances and social events.


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Inglewood Middle School PTSA 2.8.73 is entirely volunteer-led and run. We proudly serve the community of Inglewood Middle School in Sammamish, WA, in the Lake Washington School District.

We are members of Lake Washington Council PTSA, Washington State PTA,

and the National PTA.


Inglewood Middle School PTSA, 24120 NE 8th Street, Sammamish, WA 98074

We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, EIN: 91-1509782