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     Suitland Parent, Teacher, Student Association (PTSA)



    • Mr. Allan Gray, President  
    • Meetings every 3rd Tuesday of the month
    • 6:30 p.m. in the Media Center  
    PTSA Executive Team  
    Latia Smith - Vice President  
    Deidra Speight - Secretary  
    Marci Street - Treasurer  
    Delegates -  
     The main goal of the Suitland HS PTSA is to increase parent involvement by empowering them to become advocates for students and the school. The Suitland HS PTSA received an award from MD PTA for increasing our parent membership last year. We plan to continue on that path.  

    Parent Engagement Assistant - Mr. Robert Zackery - Room 151

    Phone: 301-817-0500 x85726

    The Parent Engagement Assistant (PEA) will support Suitland High by working closely with school system staff, parents/families, community groups and business partners to support effective teaching and learning.
     Link to Maryland Parent, Teacher Association Website 
    This site provides information on legislative updates, membership information, contacts, purpose and goals of the PTA, resources and links.



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    Substitute  Suitland High School is actively recruiting responsible adults to be classroom substitutes.  If you are looking for a part-time income and interested in helping our students contact the Substitute Office at 301-952-6181 or click here to visit the Human Resources website.



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