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 – Chair

Taking Action Through the Legislative Process 2014


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 – 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 Fall 2013


Fundraising – Chair

Grants and Donations

Health & Safety

Bonding and Addiction PowerPoint


PTA Leadership Training Program

Handouts For PTA Leadership Training Program

Behavior-Style Evaluation 061616

Example of Team Ground Rules 061616


SMART Goal Help Worksheet 061616

Volunteer Position Description Worksheet 061616

Webmaster Job Description 061616

Understand the Conflict Worksheet 061616

Leadership Activity

Build The Best Tower Team Activity


Membership – Vice President

Membership Tips

Membership: Recipe for Success

Membership PPT Sept 2014

Membership Fall 2013


President – Local PTA

DCCPTA Pres Training June 2015

President Transition Checklist 2014

President Info Sheet 2014

Procedure Notes



ElectionofOfficers-Script 2014

Agenda-sample 2014

DCCPTA Presidents Training Sept 2014

President’s Training – Fall 2013


Program – Vice President

PTA Male-bership June 2015

PTA Programs PP Fall 2014

PTA Increasing your Male-bership 2014

All Pro Dad

Increasing Male Involvement in Schools Fall 2013

Programs Fall 2013


Reflections Workshop Sept 2015 Handouts Fall 2015

Reflections Workshop Handouts Sept 2014

Step by Step Guide to Online Registration 2014

Reflections Workshop Presentation 2014

Treasurers – Finance

Treasurer – Local PTA Unit

Treasurers Top Ten Tasks – Sept 2014

DCCPTA Treasurer’s Training Fall 2013

End Of Year Treasurer’s Checklist

Vision Screening

Vision Screening Basics Fall 2013


PTA Computer & Communication Tips January 2016

Social Media Tip Sheets

PTA Website

Meeting Collaboration Website join-me

OneView – DCPS

OneViewOneView 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 .



Social Media Tip Sheets For Local PTAs

National PTA® has developed Social Media Tip Sheets to help local PTAs use these tools effectively and safely.  CLICK HERE for your copy.

Blogging Tip Sheet BoglPNG

Blogging allows your local PTAs to have a consistent stream of fresh, timely new content to tweet, share on Facebook, use in your e-newsletter, and so on. Blogs allow PTAs to tell their stories, break news, comment on breaking news, and share resources quickly. While there are no set rules for
creating a blog and writing blog content, here are some guidelines to make your PTA blog effective.
Reference: Mansfield, Heather (2011) A How to Guide for NonProfits: Social Media for Social Good. USA:McGraw-Hill

Facebook Tip Sheet FBook

Facebook is a great way to do Social Media marketing for your PTA. Facebook is perfect for brand awareness because it is free advertising and promotion for your local PTA, it allows you to share
information with your members, it will enable you to start conversations on various topics, and it gives them the chance to share with their friends as well.
Reference: Mansfield, Heather (2011) A How to Guide for NonProfits: Social Media for Social Good. USA:McGraw-Hill

Twitter Tip Sheet    

Companies and organizations use Twitter primarily for sharing about a product, brand or a program. It is also used to make announcements and share breaking news. All updates on Twitter should be 140 characters or less. The tips below will help increase your followers and enable you to get your message to a larger audience.
Reference: Mansfield, Heather (2011) A How to Guide for NonProfits: Social Media for Social Good. USA:McGraw-Hill

YouTube Tip Sheet Ytube

YouTube is the social web site that lets people upload online videos and participate in free video-sharing, commenting, liking, and re-posting. YouTube allows registered users to put their videos and share video clips online and share with others.
Reference: Mansfield, Heather (2011) A How to Guide for NonProfits: Social Media for Social Good. USA:McGraw-Hill