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WELCOME TO THE SIMPSON MS PTSA WEBSITE
As we navigate middle school together, we hope that you visit our page often. Our goal for this website is to offer you a hub for information related to our Simpson PTSA community. Through the year we offer programs, initiatives, and community engagement for our students and families. If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact us!
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PTSA News & Events
Simpson Middle PTSA Volunteers Needed!
The Simpson MS PTSA is currently recruiting for all executive board and committee chairs for the 2024-25 school year. We need your help! If you or someone you know is interested in joining our PTSA Executive Board for the 2024-2025 school year, please email the chair of our nominating committee, Stacey Allbracht at email@example.com
February Spirit Nights - Feb 27th Zaxby's
Head to Zaxby's on February 27th from 5-8pm for Simpson Spirit Night!
For more info and upcoming Spirit Nights, click here > https://www.simpsonptsa.org/spiritnight
Simpson MS TOTY Mr. Lamarca & CEOTY Ms. Tallman - Congratulations!
Eagle Pride - 2024 Spring Semester 5K Challenges
Achieving a goal often requires stepping out of your comfort zone and embracing discomfort.
It's in those challenging moments, when you push past the urge to quit or give in to fear, that you truly discover what is possible. The process of overcoming discomfort builds resilience, determination, and confidence. Let's join together as a community, get active, and learn that we're capable of more than we may have initially believed.
Health and Wellness committee chair Shonda has curated a list of all of the fun runs/jogs/walks coming up in the next few months if your family is interested in participating
February American Heart Month
PTSA Health and Wellness chair Shonda shares tools to employ now to stay heart healthy. This is very relevant material to remind all of us the importance of caring for ourselves.
1. Managing Stress for a Healthy Heart: Managing stress is good for your health and well-being. During stressful situations, our bodies release adrenaline (a hormone that temporarily causes our breathing and heart rate to speed up, along with increasing our blood pressure), which puts us in 'fight or flight' mode. Constant stress can damage your heart. Sitting still and taking deep breaths when we encounter a stressful situation can really help to provide relief in the moment.
2. Physical Activity for a Healthy Heart: When you are physically active, you not only strengthen the muscles you see, but you also strengthen your heart as well. Your heart is the ultimate muscle, pumping blood to your lungs and throughout your entire body. Regular physical activity aids in maintaining heart health and is always more fun when you have a friend by your side.
3. Healthy Eating for a Healthy Heart: Yes, we should all be eating our fruits and veggies, but healthy eating is so much more than that. Fueling your body with balanced nutrition, including those fruits and veggies but also whole grains and lean proteins, help to reduce your risk of heart disease and helps to maintain healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, all of which benefit your heart health.
4. Manage Stress with hugs, walks, deep breaths, support, sleep for a Healthy Heart: Stress management, care and compassion for others, physical activity, sitting still and taking deep breaths, identifying your support network, getting rest ... these are all beneficial in maintaining a healthy heart.
View all the above tips using the link here
Cultural Connections - Black History Month
SIMPSON PTSA EXECUTIVE 2023-24 BOARD
PTSA Co-President firstname.lastname@example.org
Aimee Ballenger & Lisa Thompson
PTSA Co-VP email@example.com
Stacey Albracht & Veena Raj
PTSA Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
PTSA Treasurer email@example.com
PTSA Parliamentarian firstname.lastname@example.org