Join us for our PTA 5K Run/Walk Nov 1, 2015!! Come meet up with us at Spanish River High for Living Skills in Schools Presentation 10/7 7pm
Florida PTA is proud to present the Second Annual Healthy Children, Healthy Future State Summit on November 13th and 14th, 2015. In keeping with our long history of advocating for the physical and emotional well-being of every child, Florida PTA has reached out to the medical community, state agencies, community organizations, and school districts to work collaboratively in this endeavor.
The Healthy Children, Healthy Future State Summit will build on this effort by bringing together PTA leaders, medical professionals, educators, and health & wellness experts from around the state to explore the connection between the physical and emotional wellness of our children. We will learn and share strategies to create, support, and maintain a healthy environment within our schools, communities and homes.
Topics to include: Impact of Functional/Educational Health Outcomes, Healthy Sleep, Healthy School Learning, LGBTQ Student Resources and Support, Child Trafficking, and Child Abuse Prevention Education.
Student Registration: $35 (enter code STUDENT35)
REGISTER TODAY for the Florida PTA Healthy Children, Healthy Future State Summit
(November 1, 2015 registration increases to $70.00 per person)
Join us for our Inaugural PTA 5K Run/Walk this November 1st, Sunday, from 8am-11am as we invite our community to take steps toward better health!
Online registration is thru 10/25/15, thru link: https://runsignup.com/Race/FL/LakeWorth/PalmBeachPTA5K
and after that onsite registration only, with forms available at various locations/PTA school sites in Palm Beach County.
T-shirts are guaranteed to participants registered prior to October 25th :D
Please submit the 2015/2016 Palm Beach County Membership Form with Dues Payments by October 15, 2015.
If you are able to, Palm Beach County Council PTA is always appreciative of donations to further training, leadership, health & wellness grants, scholarships, and local unit resources.
The Palm Beach County Council is a member of the largest advocacy group for children in the nation. The council supports PTA units at schools thoughout Palm Beach Countyl and currently has over 16,000 parent, teacher, student and community members. The Council is governed by approved bylaws designed to meet specific objectives. The Council will interpret, promote and support the basic policies of the State and National PTA. As such we are a 501(c)(3)
A Council serves as a medium between the State and the loca unit. A Council strenthens each local unit byu enabling it to work more effectively within its schools and its community.
The Palm Beach County Council will provide relevant traning and provide resources needed to assist in the success of the local unitl Council meetings are used to promote advocacy for all children within Palm Beach County.
The Council provides a forum for public information that can stimulate action of current issues that relate to children.
Palm Beach County Council of PTA/PTSA Supports and Provides:
- Leadership Trianing
- Arts & Cultural Programs
- Legislative Updates/Workshops
- Study Discussion Opportunities
- Local Unit Achievement Awards
- Health & Wellness Programs
- Family Events
- and much, MUCH more!
Making Every Child’s Potential a Reality!PTA MISSION
- To Be A Powerful Voice For ALL CHILDREN,
- To Be A Relevant Resource For Families & Communities, &
- To Be A Strong Advocate For The Education & Well-Being Of Every Child
- To Promote The Welfare Of Children & Youth In The Home, School, Community, & Place of Worship
- To Raise The Standard Of Home-Life
- To Secure Laws For The Care & Protection Of Children & Youth
- To Bring Into Closer Relation The Home & The School, That Parents & Teachers May Cooperate Intelligently In The Education Of Children & Youth
- To Develop, Between Educators & The General Public, Such United Efforts As Will Secure For All Children & Youth The Highest Advantages In Physical, Mental, Social & Spiritual Education.
Interested in having an article from your local unit in the PBCC PTA Team Talk? Share what's going on in your local unit or area! Send in an article by October 10th for the Team Talk November edition.