Norco High PTSA
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2019 Founders Day Luncheon
2019 Teacher & Staff Appreciation Breakfast
2019 Senior Scholarship Winners & Honorary Service Recipients
2019-2020 Slate of Officers
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2019-2020 NHS PTSA Executive Board
President – Brenda Middleton
1st Vice President/Fundraising – Keyra Shaw
2nd Vice President/Membership – Chyra Christensen
Secretary – Natasha Niesen
Treasurer – Adriana Katanic-Curiel
Auditor – Melanie Hague
Historian – Elizabeth Estrada
Parliamentarian – Lanise Goosby
Hospitality – OPEN
Scholarships – OPEN
Reflections – Tigger Porter
AP Testing - OPEN
Communications – OPEN
Summer Registration/Volunteer Coordinator – OPEN
Senior Awards Night – OPEN
Honorary Service Awards – OPEN
Legislative/Advocacy – OPEN
Family Engagement – OPEN
Student Representative(s) – OPEN
Norco High School PTSA was founded on September 9, 1991 as a parent teacher and student led group that worked together to improve the quality of life for students at Norco High School.
For over 25 years, this organization has seen countless, dedicated and passionate volunteers work tirelessly for the betterment of our school, thus positively affecting our entire community.
As a unit of the nationally known PTA (Parent Teacher Association) and the California State PTA, the Norco High School PTSA has a membership of over 300 parents, teachers, students, grandparents, neighbors, and local business leaders and is a sister organization to the 46 other PTAs/PTSAs at schools within the Corona-Norco Unified School District.
NHS PTSA continues our mission of improving the whole student by providing educational, leadership development opportunities for both students and parent volunteers, and scholarships for graduating high school seniors. We provide teacher appreciation events that help to inspire and re-energize our celebrated teachers and staff, and we serve as voice for parents, teachers, and all students by advocating on their behalf. We understand that improving the quality of life for all students and the climate of our takes a group effort – thus, it truly takes a village.