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January 2022

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WSPTA Awards Workshop

Jan 28

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wspta-awards-workshop-tickets-230453682167 Join us for a workshop and work session to answer questions about the WSPTA Awards process and help finish your submission! Do you have questions about the WSPTA awards process or how to fill out the forms? Are you unsure whether your PTA is a good candidate for an award (hint: I bet they are)? We are here to help. Join us for an awards workshop to get your questions answered and a work session to help get your…

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Creating Welcoming Communities for LGBTQ+ Youth and Their Families

Jan 29

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creating-welcoming-communities-for-lgbtq-youth-and-their-families-tickets-214222594547 A frank discussion that will help PTA leaders better understand the experiences of these kids and their families. This workshop will include a brief overview of the current landscape for transgender, non-binary, and gender expansive students, and a review of the terms and definitions associated with the topic. This will be a frank discussion that will help PTA leaders better understand the experiences of these kids and their families. Understanding their fears, hopes, and needs will help you identify…

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Annual Corporation Renewal

Jan 31

If your PTA incorporated this month, the annual corporation renewal is due; regardless of the income your PTA earns. This is separate from the Charitable Organization registration/renewal. When you are about to file, click File Online for Nonprofits. You can check the status of your renewal on the Secretary of State’s website. Enter your UBI number and you will be provided with details of your PTA’s corporation registration.

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IRS Form 1099-NEC due

Jan 31

February 2022

Free

WSPTA Awards Workshop

Feb 1

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wspta-awards-workshop-tickets-230457022157 Join us for a workshop and work session to answer questions about the WSPTA Awards process and help finish your submission! Do you have questions about the WSPTA awards process or how to fill out the forms? Are you unsure whether your PTA is a good candidate for an award? (Hint: I bet they are!) We are here to help. Join us for an awards workshop to get your questions answered and a work session to help get your…

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PTA Rescue Roundtable

Feb 10

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/roundtable-pta-rescue-tickets-230464624897 Join PTA leaders for an interactive discussion to share ideas, get support and learn from each other. How is the year going so far? Trying to figure out how to better support students, get members, and have events? Would you like to connect with other PTA leaders around the state? Join PTA leaders for an interactive discussion to share ideas, get support and learn from each other.

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PTA and the Law

Feb 12

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pta-and-the-law-tickets-173064850627 PTA and the Law is a required class for at least one PTA officer each year. This session will prepare you and your fellow officers to run your PTA with an eye toward the important legal and fiscal requirements in running a nonprofit. PTA and the Law deals with state and federal rules and regulations relevant to running a charitable, tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation in the state of Washington and will explain how these rules impact your PTA. This WSPTA…

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Office closed – Presidents’ Day

Feb 14

The office will be closed in observance of President's Day

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WSPTA at-large nominating committee submissions due

Feb 15

Details available soon.

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National PTA Founders’ Day

Feb 17

February 17, 2022, marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of PTA. Founded in 1897 as the National Congress of Mothers by Alice McLellan Birney and Phoebe Apperson Hearst, National PTA (www.pta.org) is a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for public education. On February 17, 1897, more than 2,000 people—mostly mothers, but also fathers, teachers, laborers and legislators—attended the first convocation of the National Congress of Mothers in Washington,…

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