Meet Your PTSP Officers



Kim Bullock, President

kbullock@innovationsfcu.org



Tara Brisnehan, Vice President

tarabrisnehan@outlook.com



Joy Parker, Treasurer

joymparker1222@att.net


Nicole Miller, Secretary &

Social Media Coordinator

millenr@bay.k12.fl.us


Brittanie Tye, Volunteer &

Online Paw Store Coordinator

brittanieptsp@gmail.com



Emily Swain, Fundraiser coordinator

ekbnole@hotmail.com

PTSP stands for Parent, Teacher, Student Partnership.

Our view of a highly functioning parent-teacher organization includes the students in a partnership that strives for success and meets the high-achieving standards set forth by Bay Haven Charter Academy. How does your PTSP serve your school? We primarily serve our great school in two ways: through fundraising and great family events. We have several fundraisers throughout the school year. These funds provide much needed supplies for our school, such as books for our classrooms and Media Center (library), new kitchen equipment, playground equipment, computers, computer software, Teacher Appreciation Week, science laboratory supplies, Student of the Quarter and Citizen of the Quarter, The Raptor Security System, Red Ribbon Week, furniture and shelving around the school, the Summer Work Reward Parties, and much, much, more. We also provide fun, family activities, such as the Family Movie Nights, Fall Festival, and more.

This is where the Parent-Teacher-Student Partnership comes in. We are all required to contribute 20 hours of volunteer time to support our school. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways, such as attending the PTSP General meetings, attending Bay Haven Restaurant Nights, helping with an event, and many other opportunities. You can also earn hours by assisting the teachers in various ways in the classroom or helping in the Copy Center. Should you want to help with fundraisers or help around the school, please email BayHavenPTSP@gmail.com or use our SignUp site, by clicking the image on the bottom of our home page.

We look forward to seeing you around the campus. If you have any questions at all about the PTSP or have suggestions or ideas, please feel free to contact us.