Welcome JLMS PTSA!
Remind JLMS PTSA
The PTSA is using Remind text messaging this year to communicate with parents. It is a great way to stay up to date on school events and activities. To sign up to receive these messages text @jlmsp to 81010
PTSA General Assembly Meeting changed
The PTSA will have a General Assembly meeting will now be held on Thursday, May 26th at 7:30am. Please join us!!
JLMS PTSA Talent Show
This years talent show was to a sold out crowd! Congratulations to all our participants and a special congrats to our winners!!
- 1st place Jadon Day
- 2nd place Katheryn Sherman
- 3rd place Julia Jackson
The Roundup Carnival a huge success!
We would like to thank all of our wonderful volunteers who made this year's Roundup carnival such a success. We couldn't have done it without you!
A new school Facebook page!
Be sure to "Like" John Long Middle school's new Facebook page to get all the updated information from the school! This is separate from our JLMS PTSA facebook page which if you haven't "liked" us yet, you may miss some important announcements!.
Color-A-Thon was Friday, October 16!
THANK YOU to all the volunteers and our administration for helping out and making our color run a success!!
Please remember to take a moment to join the PTSA for this year. Students will get discounts throughout the year at our events if they become members! Please remember to register your PTA unique ID (found on your PTA card) at http://PTA.org/activate to get even more discounts from the national PTA.
This year, we want to keep everyone informed, so please subscribe to our PTSA E-News.
Volunteers for 2016-2017
If you want to volunteer at school during the 2016-2017 school year, you must apply (or reapply) each school year (after June 30) and be approved by Pasco County! Avoid the rush and apply online now!
ABC Program applications for Struggling Families
The Pasco County School District supports struggling families in difficult economic times through its Assist, Believe, and Care (ABC) Program. If your family is in need, contact the school to find out more information on how you can get some assistance which can help your child's success in the classroom.