The JHS PTSA values diversity, dialogue, inclusion and collaboration. These values shape and inform the PTSA mission of advocacy and support.

It is the mission of the JHS PTSA to serve as an ear and a voice, for students, staff and families of Juanita High School by listening to the needs and concerns of the community and advocating on their behalf.

The PTSA strives to support student growth and skill development, inspire academic success, facilitate constructive communication and promote a safe, inclusive, and welcoming environment for all.


The PTSA Board has proposed the following goals for 2023-2024 school year to support our mission with a special emphasis on improving PTSA communications.

1. Educational Support

  • provide test prep opportunities for all students.
  • promote college/after graduation information events.
  • provide scholarship funds for graduating seniors.
  • provide snack items during standardized testing days
  • provide volunteer proctors during testing days..
  • offer parent education events.

2. Staff Support

  • provide teacher grant funds for enhanced classroom learning and educational enrichment.
  • show appreciation to teachers with appreciation events.
  • recognize excellence in teaching and contributions to the school through annual awards.

3. School Support

  •  provide volunteers to support school events as needed.
  •  participate in school beautification projects, recycling and sustainability efforts.
  •  maintain emergency container and fund restocking needs.

4. Communication

  • maintain a communication channel with the school principal.
  • inform families of PTSA and school events and programs with monthly publications of our newsletter the Town Crier.
  • maintain website with updated information and electronic registration and payment options.
  • develop and promote social media sites such as Facebook for improved connection and engagement with the JHS learning community.
  • share information with community liaisons from feeder schools.
  • provide safety and community resource information.
  • Explore the ways families get their information and design a communication strategy that is effective and efficient.
  • Research language and other barriers that may prevent families from receiving information and work to reduce those barriers.

5. Advocacy

  • promote PTA membership to families and staff.
  • uphold the mission and values of the local and state PTA.
  • attend regional council meetings.
  • participate in Legislative assembly & Washington State PTA Convention.
  • advocate for all members especially for student education, safety and well being.