Megan Rha is the proud parent of a 7th grader at MS67, two former students, and two students-in-waiting (yes, FIVE kids!). As a graduate of the New York City public school system, Megan has seen firsthand the importance of a safe, supportive, and challenging school environment for students during their formative middle school years. She considers it a privilege to serve as a bridge between the parents and the school. She hopes to give parents both information, and a voice, and to strongly support the kids, the teachers, and the administration as they pursue their academic and enrichment goals. Aside from her primary commitment to her family, Megan runs her own business, an established and successful law firm in Bayside, and is fluent in Korean.
Dina Katz is a proud parent of four kids: an MS67 8th grader and three alumni. Although she is a full-time working mother, she is very involved in her children’s education. She has served as a member of the School Leadership Team for the past four years and is continuing in that role again this year. Her goal is to collaborate with the school administration and help keep parents informed and involved in our ever-changing school community. She is fluent in Russian.
Ellie Choi has one daughter at MS 67, going into 8th grade and one who is an alumna. She has a son in 5th grade at PS 94. Ellie served as PTA president for two years at PS 94 and is was a co-treasurer there. She has a part time job and works at home as well. Being actively involved in her children’s schools for the past years has taught her the importance of just being there for them. She strongly believes that by volunteering for at least one or two events throughout the whole school year made a difference in what her kids were able to afford to have to enrich their learning experiences.
Lynne Greene began attending the PTA meetings at MS 67 during her son’s first year here. Being an educator herself, she understood the importance of being involved in her son’s school life. She decided to take a step further and join the PTA. The connections she made with other parents and the insight she gathered during the meetings led her to want to be an active member of the board this year. She believes the middle school years can be challenging for children but keeping communication open between her, her son and his school makes everything fall into place. Her son is currently in 8th grade at MS 67 and continues to make her very proud. Lynne is a Special Education Teacher at an elementary school in Queens. As she begins her 15th year as a teacher she looks forward to all that awaits her, both in her school and here at MS 67.