The Annapolis Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association advocates for our school and helps to provide our students and teachers with the resources and enrichment activities they need to excel. We encourage you to join us as we work to make Annapolis Middle the best school it can be!
Earn No Uniform Days for Your Student While Supporting Our PTSA Programs
Our “No Uniform Days” PTSA fundraiser was so successful last year that we are bringing it back for 2018! There are no catalogs, no door-to-door sales, and no pressure to buy cookies or wrapping paper! Hooray!
Check out these upcoming events of interest to AMS parents and families:
If 30 families in each grade level participate at $100 or more in our Fall PTSA NO UNIFORM fundraiser, we will exceed our fundraising goal and THE ENTIRE SCHOOL will have 4 no uniform days for 2018-19. That’s 1 more day than has been permitted in previous years!!!
Just 30 families from 6th grade…
Just 30 families from 7th grade…
Just 30 families from 8th grade… make that 29—I’m in! (my kid is an 8th grader)
Please help us reach our goal for the fall fundraiser – all of our fundraisers go to supporting OUR school and OUR students – thank you! “No Uniform” Flyers will go home with students starting Oct 15th.
Come out and join other AMS families at our Dining Out Night at Chevy’s on Thursday, October 25 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Chevy’s is located at 2436 Solomons Island Road in Annapolis.
The Annapolis Middle PTSA will receive 15% of the receipts that are attributed to our fundraiser for the entire day–including carry-out meals. Our earnings from this event will help to fund PTSA efforts to support students and teachers, including our school dance, teacher appreciation events, new resources for clubs and classrooms, and our end-of-the-year Dragon Games. Please help us make this event a success! We hope to see you there!
When you dine, you must present the attached flyer when you pay your bill–or you may show the image of the flyer on your cell phone.
The Dragon Den will be open on Wednesdays, but volunteers are desperately needed to keep it open all year!. What is the Dragon Den? Located in the cafeteria, the Dragon Den is a volunteer-operated school supply shop where students can use their hard-earned Dragon Dollars to buy small rewards and supplies.
The Dragon Den runs on volunteers. Volunteer shifts run during lunches from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Whether you are available weekly, monthly or occasionally, your gift of time is greatly appreciated.