Workshop Registration is Now Open!
The Pinellas County Council of PTAs will host its annual Fall Workshop at Pinellas Park High, 6305 118th Ave. N, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12. Volunteer leadership and advocacy training available for PTAs, SACs and OSOs. Event open to all PTA volunteers, board members and committee chairs, as well as school administrators, parents, teachers and students. Click here for attendee registration details.
Click here to view workshop schedule.
Dear Friends and Sponsors:
We would like to invite you to join us at PCCPTA's annual Fall Workshop.
Over 500 PTA leaders representing over 100 schools from across the county attend this flagship event each year and look forward to perusing our Exhibitor Walk. Our attendees enjoy visiting with a wide range of exhibitors to discover new ways to meet their unit’s goals. These goals include, but are not limited to educational programming, fundraising, health & wellness information and family friendly activities. They look forward to building relationships with companies that will have a positive impact on their PTA's ability to meet the needs of children in their communities. Please consider joining us as a sponsor or exhibitor Saturday, September 12. Click here for sponsor paperwork.
Click here for vendor registration.
We need you, too!
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
PCCPTA committee positions will be filled by appointment later. 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. 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. To learn more about PCCPTA volunteer roles and responsibilities click here. Please consider how you might contribute a bit of your time and talent next year! Contact PCCPTA President Jessica Summers at email@example.com to express interest in serving in a committee role.
Changing schools can be a time of excitement and anxiety. As children transition to new schools, your PTA can be a resource to parents looking to join a new PTA http://bit.ly/1J9ERdS
New and Returning Officers Form.
If you are a new or returning officer of your local unit you need to submit your information to state to get started and obtain your membership cards. Please click here for the form.
Every PTA/PTSA Must File
A Tax Return Every Year!
FILE BY NOVEMBER 15th for PTA Fiscal Year
July 1st - June 30th.Failure to file a return in one year will result in a penalty. Failure to file a return for 3 consecutive years will result in the automatic loss of your tax exempt status. Even if you file the tax return late in the 3rd year, your status will be automatically be revoked on the due date of the return (November 15th)
All PTA/PTSAs are REQUIRED to file with the IRS, a Form 990 by November 15th. You can obtain more information at the IRS website (www.irs.gov). After filing, you MUST forward a copy to the state office (by mail or email to firstname.lastname@example.org). The filing year is July 1st through June 30th. A PTA MUST file each year to maintain its IRS 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.
PCCPTA President's Theme
Pinellas County Council PTA/PTSA gratefully acknowledges the generous support of all its community sponsors.