MEET YOUR REED MS PTSA TEAM

We are made up of hard-working parents, students & teachers who pool our talents to provide practical support for our school. The PTSA board consists of volunteers serving a one year term for up to two consecutive years. Our board is elected in the Spring of each year. Those listed below volunteered to provide leadership this year. Get to know their names and faces, and feel free to ask them if you have questions. If you're interested in running for a position, please, check back on this site during the nomination process or contact a current board member below.

 

 

 



President

Jenna Schwartz


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VP - Membership
Amy Cooper


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Treasurer
Marie-Morgan Haberman


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Secretary

Lizzie Kervella


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Parliamentarian

Oliver Latsch


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Financial Secretary

Tamar Perron


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Auditor

Jess Kelly

 

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Historian

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Teacher Representative

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Student Representative

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PTSA REPRESENTATIVE POSITIONS & COMMITTEE LEADS

 

Teacher Representative - 

Liaises between the Reed staff/faculty and  parent community to build bridges through constructive communication. 

 

Student Representative -

Liaises between the Reed student body leadership and  parent community to build bridges through constructive communication. 

 

Reflections Committee Chair -

Administers and coordinates the Reed MS PTSA annual Reflections Arts Program and Contest.

 

Appreciation Committee Chair -

Celebrates our teachers all year long and organizes events for teacher appreciation week, including breakfast, massages, gifts & appreciation by class.

 

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Committee Chair -

This committee collaborates with Reed student cultural clubs and organizations to see how PTSA can partner and support their DEI efforts. In addition, this committee will make recommendations about practices PTSA should adopt in our own organization, and advocate for within Reed and LAUSD, to ensure more equitable and inclusive outcomes.