There is No Wrong Way to PTA!

With schools facing new and unique challenges this year, PTA Membership is more important than ever. PTA Your Way to support every child, with one voice and work towards making every child’s potential a reality!

Keep your seat at the table and have your voice heard today!

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Each local PTA unit is an independent association that collaborates with its school, planning programs and activities to meet the needs of the children and youth in its community.

PTA is a 501(c)(3) organization – a not-for-profit organization operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes. As FYI – PTA is nonsectarian, noncommercial and nonpartisan.

Did you know that when you join a PTA, you immediately become a member of both NYS PTA and National PTA as well as your local PTA unit? PTA members can attend conventions, workshops and leadership training opportunities. Structure is important, as each unit, council and region PTA has bylaws, elected officers and committees.

Experienced PTA leaders who volunteer at the region, state and National PTA levels provide support, encouragement, advice, programs, educational materials, publications, conferences, workshops and leadership training.

PTA members are advocates for the well-being of children and youth, and PTA unit activities should always maintain this focus.

PTA speaks for every child with one voice! Here are some other reasons to join PTA as member or become a PTA unit!

Since its organization in 1897, New York State PTA has long been recognized as a powerful force working for children. Add your voice to nearly 200,000 members across New York State.