• J. Allen Axson PTA

    Welcome!  If you do not find the information you need here, be sure to visit the JAA PTA website at www.axsonpta.org.  You can join the PTA or order a T-shirt online and keep abreast of all PTA news and events.


    What does the PTA do?

    The PTA is a membership organization. We encourage all parents and teachers to join. We sponsor fundraising events such as Boosterthon and Fall Festival. We host teacher appreciation luncheons and provide funding for teachers for professional development. The PTA has funded building benches and gardens at our school. We fund the end of the year reading celebration and the Mile Maker and Field day.  We coordinate vision and hearing screenings for students and hold parent and volunteer social events. We work side by side with FAME to provide additional funding for programs at our school.

    How to sign up: 

    PTA Membership Form 2018-19


    Who is on the PTA Board?

    President - Allison Bear
    Vice President - Carole Blunk
    Treasurer - Jessica Utley
    Recording Secretary - Jennifer Cox
    Programs - Jennifer Abuitin
    Fundraising - Quiana Hayes
    Membership - Nancy Sosa
    Hospitality - Jennifer Cox
    T-Shirts - Laneysha Young
    Web Master - Lauren Fitzgerald
    Family Fun Coordinators - Angela Cox and Antoinette Robinson
    Fall Festival Chairs - Beth Exline, Michelle Nunley, and Kathryn Palumbo
    Teacher Liason - Heather Dubuisson
    Education Resources - Sandie Phelps
    Box Top Chair - Amy Roberts
    Special Projects - Tim Cheney

    ****If you are interested in being a part of this team, please email: jaamspta@gmail.com for more details.****

    What is the mission of the PTA?

    We are part of a state and national organization, whose mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

    What are PTA Values?

    Collaboration: We work in partnership to accomplish agreed upon goals.

    Commitment: We are committed to what is best for our children.

    Accountability: We deliver on our promises.

    Respect: We value our colleagues and expect a high quality of thought and effort from ourselves and others.

    Inclusivity: We invite the stranger and welcome the newcomer. We value a wide spectrum of viewpoints and experiences.

    Integrity: We act consistently with our beliefs. When we err, we acknowledge the mistake and seek to make amends.