Why PTA for Your School?
The term PTA is commonly used to describe any parent group. But the differences between a parent group and a PTA group are many. Here are a few to consider:
- Running a tax-exempt, 501(c) non-profit organization can sometimes be complex -- especially when school volunteers change from year to year. PTA provides training and local help on best practices and the latest regulations in the areas of fundraising, financial duties, membership drives, advocacy and so much more.
- PTA provides highly affordable insurance for its units including $1 million in liability per occurance and covers officers and chair members.
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Get Started Now
Get started by joining your school's PTA. If your school would like to start a PTA, or is interested in switching to become one, please contact the Jane White,16th District PTA President.
If you are an existing PTA looking for assistance, please visit our 16th District Board web page to find the right person to assist you.