This group of links provides a wide range of information related to national and Florida education and youth legislation. This information can be used to keep up with the rapidly changing legislation. Please keep informed and present your views to your legislators.
The Legislative Priorities Brochure http://floridapta.org/advocacy/legislation/advocacy-tool-kit?task=document.viewdoc&id=2431
Stepping Up: Florida’s Top Juvenile Civil Citation Efforts 2016 http://floridapta.org/component/edocman/?task=document.viewdoc&id=2424&Itemid=0
FSBA – Florida School Board Association http://fsba.org/
Register for Voter Voice Legislative Alerts http://floridapta.org/advocacy/advocacy/capwiz-legislative-alerts
National PTA Advocacy page for Federal Updates http://www.pta.org/advocacy/
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice “Roadmap to System Excellence” Reports http://www.djj.state.fl.us/roadmap-to-system-excellence
Florida Children’s Council http://flchildrenscouncil.org/
This group of documents provides information related to Florida education legislation. This information can be used to support your views when contacting your legislators.
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Presidents’ & Principals’ Luncheon Slide Show
CLICK HERE to view the “2016 Presidents’ & Principals’ Luncheon Slide Show”
CLICK HERE to view the “2015 Presidents’ & Principals’ Luncheon Slide Show”
Start Planning At the Beginning of the School Year
Local PTAs and PTSAs should be collecting electronic action photos of events and activates your PTAs /PTSAs are doing to make a difference in the school and or community. The 4 or 5 photos from each unit will be edited into a slide show at the annual Presidents’ & Principals’ Luncheon held in May. The dead line will be the April 15 of that year. At the beginning of the year the president should assign a person that reviews these instructions, collects photos the entire year, and delivers the photos for the show, maybe the Historian.
What Makes A Good Photo For the Slide Show?
The photos should be people doing something, besides standing in a row (no rows of officers please). CLICK HERE for my “PTA Photo Communication Tips”. Here are somethings that are taken in to consider when choosing the photos to use in the slide show.
- Does photo show PTA involvement of students, teachers, school administrators, and PTA members?
- Is the photo showing an activity that is helping the school?
- Does the photo show action (examples:teaching, reading, feeding, building, etc.).
- Cell Phone photos are fine if you take them on the highest quality setting (the most pixels). Check your phone instructions on how to set to the highest quality.
- Please do not use multiple photo slides, several pictures on one slide. They do not show well on the screen.
Submitting Photos for P&P Luncheon Slide Show
Click Here for “P&P Luncheon Slide Show Submissions Form”
If you have problem filling out the form
Email 4 or 5 photos to Historian@dccpta.org with the following information:
• PTA or PTSA Name
• Contact Person
• Contact Phone
• Contact email
• For each photo: file name, photo description, and PTA involvement.
2016 P&P Slide Show Contributors:
Beauclerc Elementary PTA
Douglas Anderson SOTA PTSA
Hendricks Avenue Elementary PTA
Holiday Hill Elementary PTA
Jacksonville Beach Elementary PTA
James Weldon Johnson Middle PTSA
John E Ford Elementary PTA
John Stockton Elementary PTA
Kirby Smith Middle PTSA
Loretto Elementary PTA
Sheffield Elementary PTA
Mandarin High School PTSA
Mandarin Middle PTSA
Mandarin Oaks Elementary PTA
Paxon SAS PTSA
Pine Forest Elementary PTA
San Mateo Elementary PTA
San Pablo Elementary PTA
Seabreeze Elementary PTA
Thomas Jefferson Elementary PTA
Venetia Elementary PTA
PTA’s Presidents & Principals Luncheon Slide Show Chair
Richard Godke, DCC PTA Webmaster, email@example.com, 904-693-3501
October 25, 2015
As the use of cameras become more portable and easier to use, here are five simple tips and examples that will help spice up make your PTA photos and make them more interesting.
1. Tells a story by showing subjects in action.
Senior sign up (writing) Senior Breakfast (eating & studying)
2. Utilize photo depth of front, middle, back.
3. Zooms in close and cuts out background clutter.
Lost in background Focus on subject & theme
4. Takes advantage of unusual angles (high, low, left or right) and un-leveled camera (¼ twist).
Looking up Camera with a ¼ twist
5. Keeps the subject out of the middle of the frame, think Tic-Tac-Toe.
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