The Jackson Associated Student Body (ASB) is a great way to get involved and make a difference at school! There are a variety of positions available and elections are run each spring for the next school year or in the fall for the freshman class. Get involved today! More ASB info. can be found on the Jackson High School ASB page, www.everettsd.org/domain/46.

Get connected! Jackson clubs are a great way for students to connect with other students with similar interests. Don't see anything that is of interest to you? Start a new club! More information regarding Jackson clubs can be found on the Jackson High School Club page, www.everettsd.org/Page/38057.

JHS PTSA is happy to offer grant opportunities to the School Clubs of Jackson High School. To apply for a School Club Grant please read through our grant criteria form and then complete the 2022-2023 Student Club Grant Application and return to the PTSA mailbox in the office or send via email to moc.l1675574617iamg@1675574617pihsr1675574617olhcs1675574617ASTPS1675574617HJ1675574617The deadline for School Club grant submissions is Friday, December 9th, 2022.

All applications will be reviewed by the PTSA Board of Directors. All applicants will be notified of the results. Those receiving grants will work through the Jackson High School Office Manager to access granted funds.

Questions? Email moc.l1675574617iamg@1675574617pihsr1675574617olhcs1675574617ASTPS1675574617HJ1675574617.

Qualifications and Term:

  • Must be a student at Henry M. Jackson High School for the current school year
  • Must be a member of Henry M. Jackson High PTSA for the current school year (scholarships available upon request)
  • Appointed by the PTSA president for a term of one-year (may serve multiple one-year terms)

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a connection between the student population and the PTSA of Henry M. Jackson High School by:
    • sharing ASB and club programs and events updates with the PTSA
    • sharing PTSA updates with congress (as allowed)
  • Be a student voice to:
    • share student interests and concerns
    • help develop and implement programs and events that are relevant to the student body
    • bring new ideas and perspective to PTSA programs and events
  • Promote student membership in the PTSA
  • Attend PTSA membership meetings
  • Attend Jackson High School Congress meetings
  • May be invited to attend PTSA board meetings at the request of the president (if available)
  • Assist with PTSA events (if available)
  • May be a delegate to the Washington State PTA convention or legislative assembly (as requested by the president)
  • May be asked to speak at school board or other events when student input is needed (as requested by the president)

Student Representative Benefits:

  • Leadership role to list on job applications, college applications, and scholarship applications
  • Receive service hours (as approved by JHS administration)
  • Student representatives may request a letter of recommendation from the PTSA president to use for college and scholarship applications
  • Gain leadership and communication skills
  • Introduction to the legislative process and the importance of advocacy

To apply, send the below information to our our PTSA president, moc.l1675574617iamg@1675574617tnedi1675574617serPA1675574617STPSH1675574617J1675574617

  • Your name
  • Phone number
  • Current grade
  • A brief explanation (1 paragraph or less) about why you would like to be our PTSA Student Representative