Category: News


National PTA President Leslie Boggs testimony at Gun Violence Task Force Forum on 9/18

National PTA President Leslie Boggs testified on 9/18/19 on behalf of children and families before the U.S. House of Representatives Gun Violence Prevention Task Force.

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ANNUAL CONVENTION IN TARRYTOWN

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Congratulations to the 2018-19 Membership Good Apple award recipients!

Check out a list of all the Gold, Silver and Bronze Recipients!

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Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation Establishing September 11th Remembrance Day and Moment of Silence at Public Schools

9/11 memorial

Law Goes Into Effect Immediately Governor Cuomo: “9/11 was one of the single darkest periods in this state’s and this nation’s history, and we owe it to those we lost and to the countless heroes who ran toward danger that…

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Education Commissioner Elia to resign

Commissioner Elia shares her thanks for serving New York’s students, parents and educators over the past four years.

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National PTA Urges Immediate Action to Address the Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

The membership of National PTA expects immediate action to address the humanitarian crisis at our nation’s border. It is urgent that a bipartisan border aid package is enacted into law before the holiday break.

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Support Erin’s Law

NYS PTA supports A2577b/S4070, otherwise known as Erin’s law, which would require instruction on the prevention of child sexual exploitation and abuse for children in grades K-8.

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Memorandum of OPPOSITION

NYS PTA opposes A.706-A/S.5472-A, which allows home-schooled students to participate in district interscholastic sports

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NYS PTA strongly opposes the legalization of marijuana for recreational use, and opposes legislation that was recently amended in the Senate and Assembly

The legalization and commercialization of recreational marijuana creates a serious public and child health threat. NYS PTA urges you to heed the recommendations from leading medical and public health organizations, school groups, and the law enforcement community and NOT legalize recreational marijuana.

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Teachers Are Out of This World!

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 6/15!
Tell us why your teacher is out of this world! Your teacher could win $100!

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