The key to a strong PTA is making sure people feel included. Even if they can only attend the general membership meetings they need to feel like they are contributing. The person who shyly wanders into the meeting and sits in the back can become a chairperson with the right kind of encouragement.
Greet every person who comes into the school with enthusiasm. When they say they don’t have time to be in the PTA, tell them that all they need to do is become a member – by doing that they are helping to send others to training and keeping their PTA strong.
Once a person feels welcomed, they will be more willing to help.
-Cari Manry, Vice President
Council Leaders will be writing articles relating to their committee or favorite interest. You are encouraged to respond! Ask questions, add your experiences, contribute to the conversation. We are all in this together!