PTSA at Diamond Fork
This year at Diamond Fork Junior High, PTA president Dawn Graham started a service and leadership club. This takes place during the students free period twice a month. The PTSA club is for all students who want to join. PTSA stands for Parent Teacher Student Association.
At the first club meeting the students elected a presidency for the first semester of school. Taylen Moss was elected president, Breanna Harding vice president, and Hallie Stephenson as secretary. As one of our first activities we made fall treat bags for the Food and Care Coalition. We had a guest speaker Wendy Osborne come and talk to us about our local Tabitha’s Way and how she started it. We also did a coat and blanket drive at our school for Tabitha’s Way. Our most recent activity has been hosting a Halloween party for the special education students in our school. We played games, got to know the students better, and strengthened our friendship.
In PTSA students learn how to impact people around them as well as in their local communities. PTSA is all about serving others and making a difference.
PTSA and Special Ed students celebrate Halloween with a fun E-time party