Apply Now! - Grant Opportunity for PTAs
2015-2016 GRANT APPLICATION FOR LOCAL UNITS
The Pinellas Education Foundation is proud to partner with the Pinellas County Council PTA/PTSA and provide a total of $5000 in grant opportunities this year for local PTA/PTSA. Since 2012-2013 school year the Pinellas Education has awarded 12 local PTA chapters $10,391 in grant funds.
Does your local unit have a Health & Safety Fair approaching? Is your unit trying to host a Math & Science night? How about a Family Game Night. If your budget is running on a shoe string, then check this out! The Pinellas Education Foundation has once again partnered with the Pinellas County Council PTA to provide local units in good standing with grant opportunities. Applications are being accepted from February 1st through May 1st (or until funds have been exhausted) for grants focusing on family engagement, health & safety, and/or a service project. Funding is limited and competitive.
Click here and begin the process and the next grant could be yours!!
Contact Suhailly Morales at email@example.com.
Suhailly Morales / PCCPTA VP of Leadership
Pinellas County Schools Parent University is a FREE series of informational sessions that supports the academic life and success of PCS students in kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school.
PCS Parent University will offer information that will help your child with math, reading, and science, graduation requirements, FSA assessment, college/career readiness, digital learning tools, STEM, Khan Academy as a support to learning and many more.
For parents with students in one of the district’s Fundamental programs, attending the PCS Parent University will count as a monthly parent fundamental attendance credit.
PCS Parent University Resource Café: This is an area where parents can get their questions and concerns answered by district staff. The center will include stations about 504 plans, Kindergarten registration, Choice Programs, Student Assignment, Family Engagement, the Juvenile Welfare Board and others.
Free childcare is provided for children in grades K-5 (with advance registration).
For more information and to register today visit http://all4schools.org/pinellas/
or to register by phone, call 813-274-0968.
Share Your Time & Talent with PCCPTA
The PCCPTA Nominating Committee requests that all PTA members give thoughtful, careful consideration to their volunteer commitment for the 2016-2017 school year. If you are willing to share your time and talent to help “every child” in a Council role or know of someone to recommend, please contact the nominations committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. While the nominating committee will be working diligently to put forth the best possible slate of nominees for the elected offices, there are also many positions which will be filled by appointment later. Therefore, the more people who express a willingness to serve, the better prepared we will be to provide the leadership, services and programs to meet the needs of our PTA community.
Pinellas County Council PTA/PTSA serves:
Your PCCPTA leadership consists of at least:
To be most effective, Pinellas County Council PTA/PTSA leadership should be representative of all communities in the district. There are numerous opportunities to participate. Please consider how you might contribute a bit of your time and talent next year!
You are encouraged to self-nominate or nominate other potential volunteer leaders. Click here for the Letter of Intent Form.
Is Your PTA Unit in Good Standing?
Local units please remember that to remain in good standing you must have a delegate:
If you have any questions regarding your unit's status as of January 2016, contact the PCCPTA VP of Leadership, at email@example.com.
2015-16 PCCPTA President's Theme
Pinellas County Council PTA/PTSA gratefully acknowledges the generous support of all its community sponsors.