Please join us for our first Music Makers PTA meeting of the year, on Wednesday September 18th at 6:30pm, where we will be discussing the ongoing donation and membership drive, as well as wrapping up our by-laws and other fun stuff. Please come by and join the PTA this week!

The meeting will be held in room 104 at the Newhall School District offices on the corner of Wiley Canyon Road and Orchard Village Parkway.

NSD Office Address:
25375 Orchard Village Rd #104
Santa Clarita, CA 91355


Music Makers is in the midst of our donation and membership drive for the 2019-2020 school year, and we would love for you to become a PTA member and help Music Makers continue our service supporting the Newhall School District music instruction programs.


Your music student should be bringing home a donation envelope. The envelope itemizes suggested donations based on how your student is participating. You can send a check or cash back to school in the envelope, or you can use our PayPal donation button here on our home page, where you can donate with PayPal, a debit card, or a credit card. And don't forget, donations to Music Makers are tax deductible!


This year we are using the web site "Totem" to manage our membership drive. When you join the PTA through Totem, you will be asked to pay $10 for membership dues plus a $1 processing fee (total of $11). You can also include the suggested donation (from the donation envelope) when you check out through the Totem registration.

Click Here to Join the PTA

You can also join the PTA in our next association meeting on September 18th. As a PTA member, you are asked to attend the four association meetings scheduled for this school year (6:30pm in the NSD offices on September 18, November 20, February 19, & April 15).


Thank you for your support!


In June, we presented the Newhall School District with a $42,000 donation to help offset the costs of the district classroom, choral and instrumental music program. A big thank you goes out to all of our supporters who made this possible!

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