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Since the start of the 2000-2001 school year, through fundraising and membership dues, the SRHSA has collected and distributed over $260,000 to the Southern Regional School District. The students/staff benefits by our annual Class Funding of $3,500 (grades 7- adult school), Staff Mini Grants of $2,000, and $1,000 to Project Graduation. We also gave $9,620 in scholarships for the Class of 2015!

This year's (2015-2016) HSA fundraisers include:
  • Craft/Vendor Fair- November 14, 2015 at the Southern Regional High School Gymnasium. 9am-2pm Application PDF File Icon
  • Comedy Night!- May 7, 2016 at the Manahawkin Elks Lodge. 7pm-11pm Additional Information PDF File Icon

All monies are returned to the student population to support class funding, provide mini grants to faculty and scholarships to seniors.


Our membership drive begins at Middle School and Freshmen orientations. Our representatives will also be presenting at Back to School Nights and various events at Southern. Membership is $5 per family. If you would like to join, please contact one of the following HSA Officers and/or fill out the membership application PDF File Icon

Chairperson: Terry Durst
Co-Chairperson: Erika Leming
Treasurer: Jennifer Osborn
Secretary: Jennifer Braddock
Membership: Maggie Hundley
Public Relations Liason: Marilyn Dougherty, Kathryn Bates, Hank Klos

General Email Address:

What is The Southern Regional Home and School Association?

The Southern Regional Home & School Association (HSA) is the Home and School Association of the Southern Regional School District. The organization consists of parents, faculty and administrators focused on benefiting all of the students at Southern. The object of the organization is to support our school system through sponsoring communication between members of the school community and through service to the individual schools and their students.

Our Goals are:

  • to assist a new parent/family in our school system and provide them with the name of which administrator can assist them
  • to provide class funding for grades 7th-12th, as well as, Adult School
  • to support the faculty with Mini Grants for various educational programs
  • to provide scholarships for HSA members of graduating seniors
  • to provide input from Special Education parents/guardians to the district on issues concerning students with disabilities.

Our Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the SRHS 11/12 building Room 107 at 7:00 pm.