Encourage Kids to Live Drug Free

Red Ribbon Week, an annual celebration of kids living drug free, is October 23-31. The 2023 Red Ribbon Campaign Theme, “Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free.” which is a reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live … Read more

District Now Accepting Reflections Entries until November 10

2023 Reflections I am Hopeful Because (Large)

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 Kids Day is September 26

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

Violence Prevention Training

The Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods is partnering with Whitney Strong to offer a full day training on violence prevention! This free, in-person training is scheduled on September 23rd from 9:00am-2:00pm at Refuge In Kentucky Church (1716 Prentice Street, 40210) and lunch will be served.  We will hear from experts as they cover a range of topics including Firearm Safety,  Suicide Prevention … Read more

Virtual Training Opportunities

In addition to the in-person training available at the Back2School/BackToPTA event on August 19th, the 15th District PTA is offering several virtual training opportunities for Board members, Treasurers and Advocacy leads in local PTAs this year. See the Training Opportunities for details and to register for each training.

2023-24 schedule for schools to volunteer at CAP

All schools and PTAs in the 15th District (JCPS) are encouraged to send volunteers to the Clothing Assistance Project (CAP) twice each year. Typically, volunteers work from 10am to 1pm. Below are suggested weeks for schools to volunteer, but we’ll work with your group to find the best time and day. Before you visit, please … Read more

Student Tutors & Mentors Available Online

Educational Justice (EJ) pairs 5th-8th grade students with high school students for FREE tutoring and mentoring online. Interested students and tutors/mentors should register at https://educationaljustice.org.