National PTA urges its members at all levels to monitor, support, and advocate for laws and programs in the following areas: child safety, juvenile justice, gun safety, violence prevention, and, mental health programs and services.
DCCPTA is complying a list of all the local PTA/PTSA websites and web masters. If you sign up your group you will have additional technical information and training. Please sign up.Please select a valid form
We are beginning the adoption process for 9-12 ELA, and 6-12 Social Studies. The adoption committee will convene two days for ELA and two days for Social Studies the week of December 12th. Each committee will consist of 30-50 randomly selected teachers, community members, and parents. TDE will be provided for all teachers who participate. If you are interested in participating, please complete the table below and email to Mason Davis and Liz Cutrona no later than Friday, December 2nd. Selected members will be notified by Tuesday, December 6th.
|Name||Teacher, Parent, or Community Member||School/Organization||Grade Level||Subject Area||Email Address|
2016 DCCPTA Fall Leadership Workshop
DCCPTA Technology Chair
Too often, crucial public education decisions are made without the group that is the most affected by these changes: students. The Jacksonville Public Education Fund in collaboration with several local organizations welcome the nonprofit community, public school parents, teachers, administrators, community members and organizations working directly with our students into the conversation about how Jacksonville might look if all of our students had access to the resources they need to achieve their goals.
Please join Jacksonville Public Education Fund and our student presenters at one of our three regional events as we uncover ways to help our students achieve success ONE by ONE. Your perspective is needed!
Too often, crucial public education decisions are made without the group that is the most affected by these changes: STUDENTS! So we have created an opportunity for the community to learn what you need to be successful so that together, we can make it happen! What can you do to make sure student voices are heard?
Event is free, but registration is required at onebyonejax.org. Participating in any of the events counts toward your volunteer/community service hours if you attend the event with a tracking sheet from your school. Contact Joan Leslie at mailto:Joan@jaxpef.org to sign up!
Riverside Baptist Church
2650 Park Street
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Johnson Family YMCA
5700 Cleveland Rd.
5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
FSCJ Wilson Arts Center
11901 Beach Blvd.
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Event is free and open to the public, but registration is required at onebyonejax.org
If none of these dates works for you, please reach out to Joan Leslie at mailto:Joan@jaxpef.org to explore hosting a conversation at your house or job place. We will send a trained facilitator for it.
If you need To print flyers here are the files:
Here are some proven PTA program ideas.
Here is a format I used on an every other week cycle. Example eBlast
If you have a format that is successful please share it with other PTA/PTSAs. email link to email@example.com.
A Parent’s Role in ESSA Implementation Jul 27, 2016
JAXPEF report on when and why parents move a student out of their neighborhood school and how they decide on a new school.
Low Cost Internet Access If your child receives free or reduced price school lunches, you may quality for Internet Essentials from Comcast. Call 1-855-846-8376
Alliance for Excellent Education – http://all4ed.org great site for the latest information and resources about Common Core, Digital Learning, and Advancements in Education New.
United Way of Northeast Florida – Resources for students and families.
MySchoolBucks.com – School Payments Made Easy. Pay for school meals and more, anytime, anywhere from your computer or smartphone. Create your FREE account to get started.
Health and Well Being Links will provide contacts for addiction options.