This is the first of what we hope will be a yearly parent conference/institute that will highlight a responsive and engaging practice that really speaks to the inclusive work so many of our teachers are doing to involve parents in the academic, behavioral, and social growth of their students.
This year, Farmer Elementary teacher – Ms. Jaimie Thornsbury will lead a session on teacher conferencing, student self assessment, and collective (student, teacher, school, and parent) ownership.
Please make plans to attend!
Ask Your Member of Congress to take a stand today!
As the nation’s largest volunteer child advocacy association, the National PTA has significantly impacted improvements to the education and well-being of America’s children for more than 118 years. Currently with millions of members and 22,000 local units in every U.S. state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Europe, National PTA continues to be a powerful voice for all children by advocating for federal policies to improve educational equity and opportunity for all children and their families. Read more.
Be sure to get your awards and scholarships entries in. The Self Esteem Award is due to 15th District by Feb 10 so we have time to get it turned in to state by the Feb. 15 deadline.
Self Esteem Award – What Makes Me Feel Special
Self Esteem Award – Who I am Inside
Parents can make choices among the elementary schools in the cluster that serves their address as well as apply to magnet schools, magnet programs, or the optional program at Hawthorne Elementary. Applications are being accepted through Friday, January 9, 2015
Elementary School Application and Registration Under Way
Effectively Branding Today’s PTA Workshop Handout 2014
1000 Books Before Kindergarten Challenge
15th District PTA Officers Form
All Clothing Assistance Program appointments must be made by family resource coordinators. We do not take walk-ins, every person must have an appointment. Thank you!
July 1st, 2014
Dear PTA/PTSA Leaders,
Congratulations on your new role as a leader and advocate for children in Kentucky for 2014-2015. Your PTA/PTSA and elected leaders are one of the keys for success for your students, school, community, district, and Kentucky PTA. All depend on your volunteer work to enhance these successes. This handbook is for you and other officers/leaders in your PTA/PTSA. This Leaders’ Notebook for the 2014-2015 year is posted here.