Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
    Parent Teacher Association (PTA) (3rd Tuesday of the month) 4:30pm
    What is PTA? The mission of PTA is to make every child’s potential a reality.
    • A powerful voice for all children
    • A relevant resource for families and the community.
    • A strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.
    • Serve as a type of forum where parents, teachers, administrators, and other concerned adults discuss ways to promote quality education, strive to expand the arts, encourage community involvement, and work for a healthy environment and safe neighborhoods.
    • Join the PTA
    • Attend Meetings.
    • Volunteer to support PTA activities and projects Importance
    • Regular updates on school activities and policies.
    • Access to teachers and administrators at your child's school.
    • A forum to discuss concerns and problems at school.
    • If the problem needs attention from the state or national government, any local, district or state PTA can bring the issue to the attention of the National PTA.
    • Access to resources on parenting, education, and more from the National PTA.
    • Appreciation from teachers for all your help.
    • Education about school policies, state funding, and other issues concerning your school.
    Meeting Dates
    ❖ September 20th (Meeting to establish a PTA)
    ❖ October 18th
    ❖ November 15th
    ❖ January 17th
    ❖ February 21st
    ❖ March 21st
    ❖ April 18th
    ❖ May 16th
     WHE PTA Board Members
    Vice President (Membership):
    Vice President (Fundraising):
    Recording Secretary:
    Corresponding Secretary:

    Florida PTA