The 15th District PTA encourages all schools in the district to participate in the Reflections National PTA Arts program and submit school-wide winners to the for consideration for district, state and national awards by November 10, 2023. The 2023-24 theme is “I am hopeful because…”. Directions and links for schools to submit entries are provided … Read more
Kentucky PTA Kids’ Day was established in 1985 to set aside one day just for our students. The goal is to send the message to each child that he or she is a special and unique individual who is respected and loved. Kentucky PTA Kids’ Day also serves as a day to make the public … Read more
The Evolve502 Scholarship is now available for eligible students in the Jefferson County Public Schools Class of 2024. This last last-dollar scholarship covers a student’s tuition after federal and state aid has been applied. Scholarships may be used at any Kentucky Community & Technical College, including Jefferson Community and Technical College, or Simmons College of … Read more
There was a great turnout Saturday, August 19th, at the annual Back to School / Back to PTA event. The event began with a community listening session with JCPS board member Joe Marshall in which participants contributed ideas about what JCPS students should be able to do before they graduate. After a 15th District General … Read more
Join 15th District PTA today for only $5 (this is 15th District membership and not a school level PTA/PTSA membership)! Visit https://d15ptamembers.memberhub.com/store to become a member. Details and link for the Krispy Kreme donut fundraiser are below! 🍩 Doughnuts for a cause!! 🍩 15th District PTA is giving you the best reason to indulge in … Read more
JCPS Board of Education Member Joe Marshall will host a community listening session at the Back2School/Back2PTA training and meeting for all PTAs in the district on August 19 at 9am. at Noe Middle School, 121 W Lee St., Louisville, KY 40208. All newly elected and re-elected officers should plan to attend. Advance registration is encouraged.