For More Information: 


AAPSN Liaison:  Nicole Lyles

ptsa_aapsn_liaison@tswoottonhs.org

Back to School Night

 

Virtual Meet and Greet!

Thursday, Sept. 4th at 6 pm 

Join us in the PTSA Zoom for a

"Breakout and learn about AAPSN!"

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86404477840

Actions you can take today to stay informed and get involved

Vision

To build a community of high achieving African-American students that are prepared to lead and compete in high school, college and beyond.

Mission

 

To engage and empower our community of parents and students to navigate the educational system, gain access to opportunities and influence the decisions that impact the success of our students.

Approach

 

Through quarterly meetings and ongoing support, we will provide information, tools, and networking opportunities to help parents and staff ensure the academic success of our African-American students. 

NAACP

Parents' Council

Montgomery County, MD

Website

 

NAACP Council Representative:

Shajmil Smith 

AAPSN Objectives

For Students

  • Promote and support high academic achievement among African-American students

  • Increase enrollment for African-American students in Enrichment, GT, Magnet, and Honors/AP classes

  • Provide educational and cultural opportunities that promote leadership development and overall student success

For Parents

  • Increase school presence and engagement of African-American parent community

  • Provide support and advocacy for parents and guardians of African-American students with Teachers and Principals

  • Empower parent community with information, tools, and networking opportunities that support student success