POPE PTSA PROGRAMS for 2019-2020
Character Education Speakers
"Conquering the College Essay" - Hosted by Gianna Marsells
Please join us on Thursday, October 11th for a free college essay workshop presented by the PTSA.
Student volunteers earn community service hours by working with non-profit organizations including MUST Ministries, Foster Care Support Foundation, Mostly Mutts, Second Wind Dreams, and United Military Care.
Community Service Scholarships & Grants
Pope PTSA provides several $1,000 Scholarships annually to College-Bound Seniors. In 2017-2018, Pope PTSA provided approximately $15,000 for classroom supplies, clinic supplies, and additional resources.
To Be Announced
Pope PTSA supports Pope’s students with special needs through funding of events, activities, and
Hearing & Vision
Cobb County training for Hearing & Vision screeners will be held in early September. Pope High School usually schedules H&V screening for late October. Volunteers will need to be trained in September and work one or more shifts/days in October. For more information, please contact any member of the PTSA Executive Board.
Reflections/Art in Education
Students in grades 9-12 enter their original work of art in the National PTA Reflections program
categories of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and
visual arts. School-level winner(s) may proceed to district level and state contests.
Red Ribbon Week (October): Encourage making safe decisions regarding drugs, alcohol, and driving through student lunch assemblies with Safe America, Prevent Defense Student Addiction Prevention Program, and AAA.
PTSA has the following seven CDs available for check-out in the Guidance Office:
- "ADHD University"
- "Stop Defiance"
- "Discipline that Works"
- "Straight Talk for Kids"
- "Straight Talk for Moms"
- "Motivate Unmotivated Kids"
- "Control Screens"