To be included in our email list, please create your account.

To volunteer, please login to your account and click on the VOLUNTEER tab.

View The MHS PTO Calendar

Instructions for updating your PTO membership:

Returning Members:

STEP 1: click on “Login” at the top of the sidebar. Enter your email and password 

STEP 2: Updates must be done on the TO Do List page or by going to the My Info tab and using the drop down menu. This must be done prior to purchasing a membership.

On the To Do List page:

click on “Change” next to My Students. Verify/input all information. To add a student, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Add Student”. Once all students are in, click “Save Students”. Any other update can be done using “My Info” drop down menu. 

click on “Change” next to My Profile. Verify/input all information. Verify that you would NOT like to be published in the online directory. Check the box if you would like to be listed as a Safe Home. When done click “Save”. Any other update can be done using “My Info” drop down menu.

STEP 3: Go to the For Sale” tab. Choose “Membership Drive 2016-2017” "Membership Dues 2016-2017" and or Directory App. Continue the check-out process, to pay by Credit Card enter your payment and click “Complete Order”.

To pay by Check, check out and mail payment to:

MHS PTO, c/o Mendham HS 65 E Main St., Mendham NJ 07945-1502

Make sure your Family Name is on the check.

Looking to VOLUNTEER . Click on “Volunteer ”. Please check any committees you can help with. Your help makes a tremendous difference..

Thanks for being visitor:
since 06/20/2012


A Note from Lori Sica:

May 3, 2017

Today the teachers appreciation luncheon took place in the teachers lounge. The tables were overflowing with hearty sandwiches and wraps, several salad options, fresh fruit platters and an entire table of baked goods milk would be jealous of. 
NONE of this could have been possible with out the extremely generous donations, time & talent donated by all of you. Whether you delivered, dropped off, served, set up, clean up, emailed, mailed, or supported this effort in any way, it was greatly appreciated. 
Every staff member that entered, exited with a full plate, and lots of gratitude. We raffled off three beautiful orchid plants and donated the left over beverages to the Tricky Tray happening tomorrow. Again thank you to all who were involved. I will post some photos in the Parent of MHS Students Facebook Page.

On a very personal note, this was my last opportunity to volunteer for the PTO It has been an amazing run and I am blessed to have had the opportunity to work alongside such wonderful families. 
Thank you :) 

Lori Sica



Upcoming Presentations:


Save the date:  Randy Levin presents Top 10 Mistakes Students Make On Their College Application Essays

May 31st at 7pm 





What a great way to clear out your closets and support a good cause at the same time. Look for Shoe Recycling boxes in the outer lobby. We accept most types of shoes – check below for those we don’t – that get recycled to areas of the world where footwear is scarce and our old shoes are welcomed!

PTO receives money for the shoes donated.

X- Shoes accepted: kids and adults, all athletic shoes, all dance shoes, sneakers, dress shoes

X- Shoes not accepted: flip flops, ice skates, ski boots, furry slippers, UGGs 



Missed a past presentation?


Preparing your Senior for College - The First Crucial 6 Weeks

With Audra Tonero - Licensed Professional Counselor

View/print out a Mendham High School handout found under "more information tab": flyers

No2Dating Abuse

Link to view a video shown to Mendham High School 9th Graders

"Crossing the Line"


Emily A. Baldi

No2DatingAbuse Program Manager

Jersey Battered Women’s Service

P.O. Box 1437

Morristown, NJ 07962

973.267.7520 ext. 136



Scroll down for link to view it on your own:  

Teen Substance Abuse and Safety 

Thank You  

Patrolman Christopher Gobbi, Mendham Borough

        Detective Corporal Anthony DaCunza, Chester Township

        Chief Thomas Williver, Chester Township


 Drug Awareness 16           

View the presentation 


Thank you to Mr. Zager's Digital Class for the production of the Video.


Who we are and what we do:

Our mission is to provide support to our school community of students, parents and teachers. We achieve this by sponsoring an active program of speakers and presentations that explore the issues we are all dealing with.

Our topics this year will include:

Sept: FAFSA information

Oct: Superintendent Information Session and Q and A.

Nov: Drug Awareness

Dec: Co-Sponsoring with Guidence Office, College Alumni Student Event

Jan: Social Media

Feb: Dating Saftey

Mar:Superintendent Information Session and Q and A.

       SAT/ACT Bootcamps

Apr:What to expect in the 1st 6 weeks of College

May:College Essay writing

       Teacher Appreciation Lunch


We also support our school community by our “PTO Gift” program which this year is funding the following:

$12,000 towards upgrades to the Library and STEM Classroom.

$1,000 towards a new speaker system in the main gym. 

These programs and funding efforts are only possible with your support both financial and by your attendance at our events. So please do your part by:

  • Joining the PTO again this year.
  • Attending our programs
  • Volunteering to help us – see below for open spots available.  

PTO Dollars at work:

Mr. Matyas(L) and Mr. Goldrick(R)

demonstrate the "Infocus 55 Monopad"

PTO VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES – all the more fun if you have a friend to help!

SAT Boot Camp:

 Liaison to arrange this training 2 weekends per school year.

Fund Raising/School Spirit:  

We need a group of people to help spearhead this effort.



Membership Drive is open:

Join the PTO Today

Instructions located at bottom of Home page or located in sidebar



Drop your shoes into one of our collection boxes, located in the High School outer lobby.



PTO Scholarship Winner 2015-2016

Christina Rentschler
Attending:  Vanderbilt University
Major:  Human & Organizational Development
Patrick Crowe
Attending:  University of Michigan
Major:  Computer Science
John Lamberto
Attending:  University of Scranton
Major:  Criminal Justice/ Psychology Minor
John Kemp
Attending:  Montclair State University
Major:  Communications