Branding and Marketing Your PTA
Almost every PTA operates inside of another business – A SCHOOL. That means that, by default, the school gets credit for every program and event held there. It’s up to your PTA to communicate its ownership of the incredible things it’s doing. By raising awareness…
September Checklist for Running Your PTA
Ongoing Tasks Attend any board and membership meetings Read meeting minutes and offer corrections Prepare reports for board and membership meetings Attend training Be familiar with your responsibilities and fulfill them Review and ask questions about monthly financial report Prepare articles for newsletter/social media Update website Participate, help, and communicate…
PTA Leader Testimonial
As the school year winds down, I've been reflecting on my two-year term on the PTA board. I didn't exactly come in kicking and screaming, but I wasn't jumping up and down to take it on either. I feared I was unqualified or it would be too time consuming. While we had been a part of the PTA in prior years, I didn't know any of the other “moms” volunteering for leadership at the time. Yes, I joke that I'm a PTA “mom” as not many dads have stepped up to the plate. Come on, guys!