Why Join PTA (Parent Teacher Association)? 

 

  • It’s good for YOUR CHILD! 

Research shows that children whose parents are involved in their school education make better grades and have fewer disciplinary problems.  When parents get plugged in at school, their children succeed.

 

  • It’s good for YOU! 

Make friends, become part of a community and develop life lasting friendships.  In PTA, you become part of a network, striving for one common goal… making friends and having fun along the way.  There is no better way to know what is happening on campus than to be a member of PTA! You’ll be the first to hear about important decisions and changes happening at the school,

and you will get to know teachers and administrators on a first name basis.

 

  • It’s good for THE SCHOOL!

Schools are becoming more and more dependent on parent groups.  The PTA is the group responsible for nearly all of the school’s fundraising efforts.  PTA fundraises to provide more educational services for the children, as well as provide fun and educational programs and family events. They provide support to teachers and administrators, and they create a caring and supportive school atmosphere.

 

  • It’s FLEXIBLE! 

The PTA has progressed to meet the changing needs of parents.  There are a variety of small ways parents can be involved that are all adaptable to your schedule.  You can be as involved as you want; volunteering IS NOT A REQUIREMENT.

 

  • It’s for EVERY PARENT! 

Your voice and opinion matters!  It makes a difference when you speak up and let your voice be heard.  You have ideas that can improve the quality of education for your child.  The smiles on their faces, and the sense of pride you will receive, will all come from knowing that you play a crucial part in their every day school life of your child.

 

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