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Cleveland PTSA

The Cleveland Eagles PTSA is the Parent-Teacher-Student Association of Cleveland STEM High School. The PTSA works to enrich academics and student activities by funding important programs for students and staff, and provide advocacy for all Cleveland students.

The PTSA needs you! There are small and big ways you can support our PTSA.

PTSA website

Join the Email List

Join their email list to subscribe to the PTSA newsletter. The newsletter is sent out once a month and provides updates on PTSA activities as well as share information related to the school, programs, or student advocacy with families. You can subscribe or unsubscribe anytime.

Read previous editions of the newsletter

Follow on Social Media

Social media accounts share information on a more frequent basis. The Facebook Group allows for discussions among the group members. Find the PTSA on the following platforms:

Attend Meetings

Next PTSA Meeting is June 6 from 7-8 p.m.

Meetings for the 2021-22 school year will be held virtually on Zoom until further notice. Everyone is welcome to join — all families, students, teachers, staff, school volunteers — whether you are a member or not. This is a great way to connect with the Cleveland community, get updates from the school administration, and learn about the school and its programs.

Please join the PTSA meeting and help elect a new board!

Zoom PTSA meeting link

Meeting ID: 868 0523 3368, Password: 98108

Become a PTSA Member

Membership is what keeps PTSAs strong. This year, as we emerge from COVID, the PTSA is also needing to build up again. A minimum of 20 members are required to maintain good standing with the Washington State PTA organization.

Volunteer Your Passion or Your Talents

In order to accomplish the many goals of the PTSA, they need people like you to volunteer. The PTSA is in need of volunteers who can:

  • Advocate for Cleveland students by attending the Seattle Council PTSA meetings and/or the District 7 PTSA Equity Group
  • Brainstorm and/or organize fundraising ideas and events (not necessarily an auction)
  • Find grant opportunities and/or write grant applications 
  • Share or use their expertise to setup and manage the PayPal and Square accounts for donations, or other fundraising platforms
  • Help revamp the PTSA website
  • Help post and/or manage the social media accounts
  • Help contribute to and/or edit the newsletter
  • Create graphics for the newsletter and social media
  • Share best practices from their previous PTSA experience

If you have any interest in any of the above, or something else you are passionate about, please connect with the PTSA at chseaglesptsa@gmail.com.

Join the Board of Directors

The PTSA enters the 2021-22 without a board. The board sets the priorities and the budgets of the PTSA for the year.

If you are interested in serving in any of the board positions, please contact the PTSA at chseaglesptsa@gmail.com.

Open positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Nominating Committee Chair
  • Fundraising Chair

Make a Donation

You can also send a check made to Cleveland PTSA and send it to the school: 

Cleveland PTSA, ℅ Cleveland High School
5511 15th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

Donations fund after school tutoring, student programs and events, athletics needs, classroom needs, teacher appreciation gifts, senior class events and graduation gifts, and much more.

How the PTSA Helps Your Child

For the past 2 years, money raised at Cleveland’s Red & White auction has funded multiple programs and activities. These things would not be possible without Cleveland’s PTSA.

Without the support of PTSA, many of these things would not be available to your child. Sign up to become a member. It all starts with you!

$12,275 to provide struggling students with tutors to support their academic learning.

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$11,250 toward the entire class to visit water treatment facilities around the area to study the effects of unclean water on a society

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$5,000 to cover the cost of printing the school newspaper, sending students to training camp and purchasing equipment.

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$8,500 for parts and competition registration

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$7,000 for students to travel to national competitions

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$2,225 for equipment and travel expenses

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$2,760 for prom and the annual breakfast/awards ceremony

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$2,100 to help defray the cost of science supplies for students.

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$1,505 to maintain the safety standards with supplies such as water, bandages and medicine.

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$7,500 toward new uniforms, travel and team expenses.

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