Message from 2015-16 PTSA President
We want to welcome you to our 2015-16 PTSA Website. This year we have Sandy Madeleine as PTSA President, Here is her message.
I'm honored to serve the 2015-16 Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA) for Lynbrook High School, alongside a wonderful team of volunteers to round out this year's board including our very own high school students.
Because of your donations and the hours you have volunteered over the years, we have transformed the Lynbrook campus, its students, teachers and parent community into the California Distinguished s\School that it is today. Newcomers to Lynbrook are benefiting from previously active PTSA members. We want this link to continue for generations to come, and to fulfill this goal, you must do your part.
Please fill out the donation envelope in your first day packets and sign up each member in your family, including each student, to become a PTSA member.
PTSA members can be students, parents, teachers, school staff, and other community members who don't necessarily have a child at Lynbrook, but who believe and support the mission of the PTSA.
Your voice is critical to our mission; your time is critical to our goal. You bring unity to the community when you join the Lynbrook High School PTSA.
Honorary Service Award (HSA) Nominations!
It's award time at Lynbrook community, and PTSA needs your nominations! Please take a moment and think about those parents, teachers or staff members that make a big difference in making our school programs and youth programs thrive. The PTSA would like to hear about their contributions. Every year Service Awards are given by the PTSA to recognize these amazing volunteers, and we need your help to find deserving recipients. For more details on the awards, see below. Every contribution is worth recognizing, so please don’t hesitate to nominate someone.
We are not only looking for PTSA volunteers, but also for people from LIMB, the Athletic boosters, sports programs, dance, speech and debate, scouts, and other activities around Lynbrook community. There is always a person or two that seems to go that extra mile. Parents, if you are not sure, ask your kids! Students may nominate people, as well. Teachers and staff members are eligible for nomination if there has been service above and beyond what can be expected in the normal course of the job. Please feel free to go to the Lynbrook PTSA website (http://www.lhs.fuhsd.org/ptsa) to see the 2015 PTSA Service Award winners.
To submit your nominations, simply send an email to
1) Name of person(s) you are nominating.
2) Your name, phone number, and email.
3) Reasons for nomination.
When you are writing about the difference this person has made at Lynbrook, remember to also include any sports coaching, church youth activities, scouting or other community youth activities that he/she is involved in. Please be as detailed as possible. If you know that this person has received a PTSA award before, please indicate which one.
Thank you in advance for your contribution. If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Li
Following are descriptions of our awards:
HONORARY SERVICE AWARD
An Honorary Service Award (HSA) may be given to an individual or organization in special recognition of outstanding service to children and youth.
CONTINUING SERVICE AWARD
A Continuing Service Award (CSA) may be given to an individual or organization in special recognition of continued service to children and youth and may or may not have received a California State PTA Honorary Service Award.
GOLDEN OAK SERVICE AWARD The Golden Oak Service Award is the most prestigious PTA award in California. This award may be given to an individual or organization that has made significant contributions to the welfare of children and youth in the school or community.
VERY SPECIAL PERSON AWARD The Very Special Person (VSP) Award may be given by individuals or PTA constituent organizations to recognize an individual or group.
VERY SPECIAL TEACHER AWARD At Lynbrook we also like to recognize the very special teachers who go the extra mile to share their passions and make their subjects more accessible and enjoyable for their students.