Every Monday from mid-July through September be on the lookout for “Membership Monday,” and from January through February look for “Mid-Year Membership Monday.”
This membership-focused newsletter is sent to all unit, council and district membership chairs, communications officers and presidents.
ARCHIVES (FOR REFERENCE ONLY)
- July 23, 2018: Kick-start your PTA membership
- July 30, 2018: Three things parents need to know
- August 6, 2018: Staying involved in your child’s education
- August 13, 2018: Getting students to participate in PTA
- August 20, 2018: Why PTA?
- August 27, 2018: Keep families informed and engaged
- September 3, 2018: Marketing your PTA online
- September 10, 2018: New marketing strategies for your PTA
- September 17, 2018: Best practices and membership perks
- January 7, 2019: Membership Mondays are back!
- January 14, 2019: Learning from other PTA leaders
- January 21, 2019: Diversity strengthens all PTAs
- January 28, 2019: Membership and advocacy working together
- February 4, 2019: Easy ways to promote membership
- February 11, 2019: Founders’ Day resources
Leadership Essentials is just for PTA leaders, featuring timely information and reminders about issues, tasks and responsibilities at any level. Plus, you’ll find helpful tips and news to help strengthen your PTA and leadership skills.
Take a look at the latest issues of Leadership Essentials:
The Creative Connection newsletter raises awareness about the relevance of the arts in increasing academic achievement, building a vibrant, productive society, and providing opportunities to share best practices.
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Get engaged on issues that matter most to you with PTA Connects.
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Stay up-to-date on the latest in all things advocacy. Formerly called “Sacramento Update” and “Advocacy Update” but now called “Advocacy Insider,” this e-newsletter will keep you informed on sponsored and co-sponsored legislation and other bills that PTA supports.
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Each issue of the PTA in California newsletter brings a wealth of news and information to PTA leaders and members.
We’re excited to bring you the Spring/Summer 2021 edition of PTA in California, which contains highlights from Convention 2021.
In this issue you’ll find:
- Messages from the outgoing and incoming California State PTA presidents
- Summaries of the speeches given by the keynote speakers at the General Meetings
- The outcome of the business of the association that was handled during convention, including which resolutions, bylaws and legislation policies were adopted, and which officers were elected to the Board of Directors
- A photo gallery of virtual participants from all around the state
- The credential report of how many members and exhibitors attended
- Reflections Art Program information
Download it here in English or Spanish!
Be sure to also check out past issues and special editions of PTA in California:
Get all the latest information from PTA that school administrators need to know!
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The PTA insurance policy protects all members of the PTA in case they are held legally liable for bodily injury or property damage to another person that resulted from a covered PTA event. This is not a medical policy, but a policy that pays because you are legally liable.
If someone is injured, but the injury is not the result of PTA negligence, the individual should utilize his/her medical insurance for coverage. The policy is designed to cover allowable PTA events. Our PTA insurance does not provide any coverage for booster clubs, parent clubs or any non-PTA event. It is critical that before planning any PTA activities the RED, YELLOW and GREEN list included in the insurance guide be reviewed. Certain activities and events are prohibited because they are excluded by the insurance policy or because they are dangerous or jeopardize the safety of our children and youth. If the PTA sponsors a RED event and someone is injured because of PTA negligence, the individual PTA officers could be held personally liable.
Check the Insurance services page for additional information.