Thomas S. Hart Middle School

About the PTSA

Welcome to the Hart Middle School Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA)
Hart's PTSA brings together parents, teachers and students to work toward the common goal of improving our school. The PTSA strives to enhance educational experiences by creating an atmosphere where students, teachers and administrators can do their best work.

We strive to achieve this mission by:
  • Volunteering time for school events and projects
  • Hosting school functions
  • Fostering communication among parents, staff and the district
  • Fundraising to help meet unfunded school needs

How can I help?

Become a member of the Hart PTSA

Anyone in your family or in the community may join, including students. Everyone has the same voting privileges. By being a member, you are helping to fund various key programs at Hart. Adult membership is $15. Student membership is $10.

Donate to the Husky Enrichment Fund

The Hart PTSA relies on the generous donations of parents and community members to fund programs that benefit all of our students. Your donation stays at Hart and supports programs such as classroom technology, lunchtime supervision, teacher grants and a variety of student programs.

Attend PTSA Association Meetings

Attending PTSA meetings is an excellent way to meet and work with our principal and staff. You'll learn about school function/PTSA activities and programs, allows PTSA members to have a say in how PTSA dollars are spent, as well as meet other parents.

2017-2018 Association Meetings held in the Library at 7pm at Hart on the following Tuesdays:

August 15

A look ahead at the school year (if you missed the principal’s coffee, get your information and ask questions here)

October 17

How can I get my student help... tutoring, peer resources

January 23

School Resource Officer Presentation

March 20

Student stress and mental health

May 22

Celebrating our partnership- Thank you to our Volunteers, teachers and staff, and the entire school community!


Please contact PTSA President Lori Carducci ( or Executive Vice President Kirsten Schwartz ( with any questions or if you are interested in taking on a position within the Hart PTSA.