Posts Tagged Communication

Florida Education and Youth Legislation Links

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. Link to: 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/   Celita Wilson leadership@dccpta.org

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Training and Workshops

DCCPTA’s Fall Leadership Workshops will be held September ??, 2016 from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm. Sample DCCPTA invites to Winter Leadership Training Workshops and ESE Fair Advocacy Advocacy – Chair Taking Action Through the Legislative Process 2014 Awards DCCPTA Award Info 2014-2015 Local Unit Awards Tips 2014 History Book Info & Award Form Fall 2013 Business Partners Business Partners – DCC PTA class Fall 2015 Communication Communication – Chair Public Speaking Workshop January 2016 PTA Computer & Communication Tips January 2016 PTA Photo Communication Tips January 2016 Social Media Tips Creating Effective Newsletters Fall 2014 Marla Bryant Presentation on Facebook Communications Fall 2014 Executive Board Your Executive Board Playing by the rules Sept 2014 Your Executive Board Playing by the rules

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OneView – DCPS

OneView is a communication, collaboration, and content management tool designed to empower members of the Duval County Public Schools community by providing personalized access to important data, resources, and services.  DCPS teachers, students, administrators, and staff access OneView using their district username/password.  Parents/Guardians & Community Partners must create a DCPS account if they have not already done so.  CLICK HERE to create an account.  CLICK HERE to access OneView!  OneView Frequently Asked Questions .    

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Preparing To Submit Photos for P&P Slide Show

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,

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PTA Photo Communication Tips

Richard Godke, DCC PTA Webmaster, rgodke@yahoo.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

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