Research has proven that when families, schools and communities work together there are untold benefits: student achievement improves, teacher morale rises, communication among parents, teachers and administrators increases and community connections multiply. Not only are the schools stronger, more active and more successful, the quality of life in the community improves.
How can I support PTA?
PTA membership is only $10 per school! ($6.00 to school PTA and $4.00 to NYS National PTA).
Parent support is an important part of the funding for many of the programs and events the PTA brings to students at all grade levels. To learn more about membership benefits, visit www.nyspta.org.
Become a Partner in Education
If a parent is unable to be involved in PTA activities, there are other ways to help. Make a tax-deductible donation to your child’s PTA and earn endless gratitude!
Send in those Boxtops for Education or register accounts at local stores to give rewards back to a school.
Membership costs $10 per school. To join more than one school PTA, send a separate membership form with the $10 membership fee to each school.
Attend monthly meetings and school events
Participate and Volunteer
It takes many helping hands to make PTA programs and events run smoothly and successfully. A little time from one person makes a big difference!
With many communications going paperless, frequent visits to websites and email are becoming the predominant communication tools. Being part of the PTA helps parents stay up-to-date on what is happening in the schools and the district.
We welcome comments, questions, feedback and suggestions via telephone, email, and of course face to face at PTA meetings.
The PTA encourages and values the continued involvement and support of M-W families. Please contact the PTA at your child’s school for more information.
Monroe-Woodbury SEPTA is an organization that strives to bring together parents, teachers and administrators in an effort to inform, support and advocate for the unique and special needs of our students.