Welcome to the Marvin Ridge High School Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) website. The goal of the PTSO is to support the education of all students at Marvin Ridge High School by facilitating communication and fostering relationships among parents, teachers, administration and students. MRHS consistently ranks as the highest performing school in Union County and this is a direct reflection of our Maverick community. Our volunteer and fundraising efforts provide educational and personal enrichment opportunities though support to the following:
- Teacher/Staff Appreciation
- New Family/Student Support
- Spirit Wear
- Departmental Grants
- Andrew Cruz Technology Fund Management
- Four $1,000 Senior Scholarships
- Grounds Improvements (furniture, roundabout, outdoor benches)
- Outreach to community
- Globalization & Cultural Art
This website is designed to be a resource for parents and students so please login and take a look around!
If you already have a Membership Toolkit account with another organization,
you can use the same log-in here.
Being active in your student’s school is vital to its success! Join the PTSO now and help invest in the success of your student, Marvin Ridge High School, and your community.
Faculty & Staff Appreciation Week - April 25-29
Being a part of the PTSO means that you can make a difference for your student and your school! Typically the PTSO Board and committee chairpersons meet once per month with our principal for a little over an hour supporting programs like teacher and staff appreciation, Run for the Ridge, new students and families, school beautification and many more. The PTSO also provides scholarships and opportunities for volunteerism. Help influence our school by giving your input on what would make our school the best it can be!
Please see the official duties outlined below and fill out the following Google form by May 1st to let the nominating committee know if your interest.
MRHS PTSO Co-Presidents
The president shall preside at all meetings of this local PTSO and the executive board at which they may be present; shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the bylaws or assigned to them by the organization or by the executive board; shall be a member of ex-officio of all committees except of the nominating committee; and shall coordinate the work of the officers and committees of the organization in order that the purposes may be promoted.
The vice president shall perform the duties of the president in the absence or inability of that officer to serve. They shall act as aide to the president, shall perform such other delegated duties as my be assigned to them by the organization or by the executive board, and shall be a member ex-officio of all committees. Note: By volunteering for this position, it is anticipated that you will volunteer for the President position the following year.
The secretary shall record the minutes of all meetings of the MRSH PTSO and of the executive board, have a current copy of the bylaws, maintain a membership list, and shall perform such other delegated duties as may be assigned.
The purposes of the Marvin Ridge PTSO are to:
a. Promote the welfare of youth in home, school and community.
b. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of youth
c. To bring in to closer relation the home and the school, so that parents, teachers and students may cooperate intelligently in the education of our youth.
d. To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for al youth the highest advantages in physical, mental and social education.
e. To encourage the relationships within the school community that are a vital influence on the success of our children's futures, including those between students, teachers, staff, parents and patrons.
f. To foster a sense of support, pride, and enthusiasm for the school community by providing positive school/ community relationships that enhance our children's educational environment.
The PTSO Needs You!
Come Support Marvin Schools
Run for the Ridge is a family friendly event that serves as a fundraiser for the Marvin cluster schools.
Since the inaugural race in 2012, this event has raised over $90,000 for our schools!
CLICK HERE to Register and find out more.
Join the Academic Booster Club (ABC) today.
The Academic Booster Club supports every student at MRHS
through activities like the College Fair,
Mini Grant program for teachers,
and Maverick Recognition events for our amazing students.
We help make MRHS the amazing school that it is!
Your donations matter. Click here to donate.
Your PTSO In Action
Slides now available
Your PTSO In Action