The Parent Teacher Association is the oldest child advocacy organization in the world. Do you want to have a voice at your student’s school, join your PTA/PTSA.
District 49 schools that have a successful and active PTA are: Falcon Elementary, Meridian Ranch Elementary, Woodmen Hills Elementary, Stetson Elementary, Ridgeview Elementary, Remington Elementary, Falcon Middle School, Skyview Middle School, Falcon High School and Vista Ridge High School.
The job of El Paso Council PTA is to support these schools and their PTA board . One of the support is by offering training. Training for all board and chair positions is scheduled for Saturday, August 19 at Colorado Technical University (CTU) from 8-3 pm. All PTA/PTSA members are welcome to join us!! Registration for this training can be requested by emailing Sandi Esparsen at email@example.com.
By becoming a member of your PTA, you also have access to many resources. These resources are not just for board and chair positions but also for parents. These resources are available at pta.org.
Please contact Sandi Esparsen, El Paso Council PTA President at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on volunteer opportunities!!!
A Parent Teacher Organization is a formal organization that consists of parents, teachers and school staff. The organization's goals may vary from organization to organization, but essentially the goals include volunteerism of parents, encouragement of teachers and students, community involvement, and welfare of students and families. It is not affiliated with Parent-Teacher Association or Parent-Teacher-Student Association. PTA is a national association of millions of members and thousands of local units that provides leadership training and staff support.