Letter from the PTSA President

Dear Madison community-

Our next PTSA meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 24th at 7pm (NEW DATE!) in the school library (formerly Warhawk Hall) and we hope that you can join us!  We will be discussing end of year distribution of funding and voting on next year’s board.  

Thank you to the members of the PTSA Nominating Committee.  The Nominating Committee comprised of Chair Suzanne Zulauf, Shana Coward and Jennifer Held have proposed the following slate (below) for the 2022-2023 PTSA Executive Board.  Nominations may also be made from the floor.

President: Beth Eachus
1st Vice President: Gayle Schlueter
2nd Vice President: Abby Shannon
Treasurer: Janine Bruhn
Secretary: Eliza Morss

All Board positions are held for one year with an opportunity to serve a second consecutive year in the same position.


Madison High School and the PTSA are proud to partner in supporting our students and families who are food insecure.  The Madison Pantry and Outreach team distributes food weekly to these students and their families.  We are incredibly grateful to Rustic Love Vienna for their incredibly generous donation!  We will be able to provide food, hygiene items and cleaning supplies to our students and their families throughout the summer!

And, as we did last year, we have organized an Adopt a Senior program for some of our seniors who need additional support and encouragement in working towards graduation. Thank you to all that have already reached out to support this important effort.  If you are interested in supporting this program, please contact me at president@jmhsptsa.org or beth.b.eachus@gmail.com.

Thank you for supporting our Madison community!


In 2002, a JMHS parent, Maria Coyle, developed a teacher recognition award call the Triple I AwardTriple I stands for Innovate-Instruct-Impact and the awards are intended to acknowledge the teachers that have been exceptional educators in the eye of their peers, their students, and the students’ parents. Nominations from parents, students, teachers, and administrators are being accepted now through May 15th for this year’s awards.  If you have questions, please contact 1stvicepresident@jmhsptsa.org

The PTSA will award Making a Difference scholarships to three seniors who exemplify the qualities of service within the school and community.  Three applicants will receive a $1,000 scholarship for “making a difference” (e.g., involvement at school, volunteer work, community service, paid work such as babysitting, helping their family, or other ways of enriching the lives of others).  This scholarship is for seniors who plan to attend a two-year or four-year college or a professional/technical school and applicationsare due May 10th. If you have questions contact 1stvicepresident@jmhsptsa.org.


Thank you to chair Elizabeth Terry-Humen for creating our monthly Mad Memos and please check out our PTSA website (thanks to Jennifer O’Beirne) for how to join the PTSA.  If you have any questions or ideas, you are always welcome to contact me directly.

Beth Eachus
Madison PTSA President