Individual WSPTA Awards The Washington State PTA has an awards and recognition program whose purpose is to build pride and participation in, and an awareness of Washington State PTA programs; to give recognition for outstanding efforts; and motivate units and councils to provide quality service for and involvement of their members.
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The Washington State PTA Office
will be closed April 29th - May 10th
for the 2013 Annual Convention. Be sure to order awards and other materials you will need
BEFORE April 12th to ensure your order is processed before the State PTA office staff leaves for the Convention site.
Awards received after April 12th will be filled AFTER Convention.
NEW THIS YEAR!
Award orders will not be processed on-site at Convention this year. However, to accommodate your needs, the WSPTA office would be happy to process your awards for you to pick up at Convention. Please use the “Convention Pickup - Award Order Form” if you would like to pick up awards at Convention this year. This is the only form we will be honoring for award pickup at Convention.
The postmark date for the WSPTA to receive this form through the mail is April 26, 2013. The deadline date to process email award orders is April 30, 2013. All award orders received after these deadlines will be processed and mailed to you following Convention.
Golden Acorn A Golden Acorn Award is presented, by a local PTA unit or council, to a volunteer in recognition of his/her dedication and service to children and youth. Since the beginning of this program, more than 44,000 Golden Acorns have been presented to volunteers throughout Washington State. A contribution in the name of the recipient(s) is made by the honoring PTA to the Washington State PTA
Scholarship Program. From these contributions, WSPTA is able to provide grants to freshman students entering post-secondary education.
Honorary Life Membership The purpose of the Honorary Life Membership is to recognize an individual who has contributed significantly to a PTA at the local unit, council, or state level. This award can be given by a PTA unit, council, or region.
Leadership Academy What ever differences we make in the
lives of children are because of volunteers
who are committed to being a voice for every
child. In gratitude for many hours of
service and training, the WSPTA Board of
Directors created the Leadership Academy
Awards Program. The purpose of this program
is to recognize and acknowledge leadership
skills attained by PTA leaders throughout
all levels of the association.
Outstanding Advocate Award In 2004, the Washington State PTA established the Outstanding Advocate Award, a new statewide volunteer recognition program to recognize and honor individuals for their advocacy work on behalf of children and youth. This award can be given by a PTA unit, council, or region. Recipients receive a certificate and pin and a contribution is made in their name to the WSPTA
Outstanding Student Advocate Award The Outstanding Student Advocate is presented by a local PTA unit or council or region to recognize students who have made significant contributions through leadership and service in their schools and community.
Outstanding Educator Award The Outstanding Educator Award was created to recognize individuals who have provided outstanding educational opportunities for children and youth that are beyond the normal scope of their jobs.