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SSMS PTA's objective is to help provide the success of both staff and students.

We know you have great ideas to make the SSMS community MORE! This form is to be used by SSMS students to request PTA funds for student-led programs and initiatives. All requests will be reviewed by our principal and the executive board of the PTA on a monthly basis.

Teachers must be PTA members AT SSMS, students must either be a PTA member or have a PTA member in their household in order to receive funds.
You can join the SSMS PTA at Additionally, students must have a teacher or staff sponsor that is also a PTA member.

Be sure to answer all the questions below COMPLETELY and if you need more room, you can upload a file below including any graphics or presentations that might be helpful!

Grant ideas that make it out of committee will go before the general membership. The lead applicant and any group members will give a short presentation and answer any questions from PTA members at a meeting (usually a Friday before school).  If you have any questions about this form, or the process, please email We are excited to hear your ideas and see how we can partner together to be MORE!

Some of the items we have funded, or helped fund, for our staff and students.

-Exercise bikes (pedaler) for students to use in CL&I while reading
-Algebra 1 Curriculum Bundle
-Stringing my Genes, beads for gene coding

-Curriculum materials for 4 thematic units in US History
-Habitudes books with mini lessons for SEL planning
-Math resource to integrate graphs, tables, and charts using visual representations
- Science review board games for assessment reviews aligned to MS TEKS
-Staff attendance at Women's Outdoor Education Workshop
-Warm Up to Science program, offering student-centered activities to enhance student understanding

-Full sized Skeletal model

-Digital Magazine access to Scholastic Scope

-Adapted PE for Life Skills

-Professional Development for 7th grade science

-National History Day, purchased 2 full sets of  books (one for each grade level)

-Funded National History Day State Competition fees

-Purchased the Newsela Pro Subscription for next year

​-Funded World History Mini-DBQ units from the DBQ Project.

-Aided Social Studies teachers in state level presentation opportunities

-Myth Solvers funding for Best Boat Float competition

-7/8th Split Entrepreneur Curriculum

-Funded  a training from Penny Kittle in SA for ELAR Department

-Funded attendance at Number Lab's [Co]lab Intensive 2019

-Funded 8 buses  for the 8th grade field trip to Fiesta Texas, reducing the student field trip cost by $10 per student.

-Funded safe delivery of an upright piano being donated to the school benefiting the Musical Theater   classes, Annual Talent Show, and any singer/songwriters on campus who wish to utilize the piano for classes, passion projects, creative collaborations, or music theory study.

-Love and Logic Curriculum

-Fund Scripps Spelling Bee School Competition

-Impact More - water bottle fillers

-Shrink wrap for custodians

-Funded Impact More transportation field trip to Ledgestone Senior Center

-Funded Pride Paw Cart for Spring

-Funded “Chris in the classroom”  Social Fun Social Emotional Empowerment Strategies Program

-Provided Food for Tigers Rise

-Sugar Shack

-Teacher Appreciation

-Monthly birthday recognition of teachers

-Teacher holiday cookie buffet

-Teacher Appreciation Week

-Dinner for Educators during Parent Orientation

-Dinner for Educators during Elective Showcase 

-Back to school lunch for Staff

-Halloween Treats for staff

-STAAR Breakfast for Educators

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