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2018 Leadership Training

May 1st Leadership Training Locker Link

 

San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs is hosting a training night for returning and new PTA board members! Please join us on Tuesday, May 1st at Pine Valley Middle School in San Ramon for training on the following PTA positions:

  • President & Executive Vice President
  • Financial Team: Treasurer + Financial Secretary + Auditor
  • Recording Secretary
  • Communications & Constant Contact
  • Parliamentarian 
  • Membership & Registration
  • PTA Events & Programs

 

DINNER 6:00pm-6:45pm

We'll have a buffet dinner starting at 6:00pm. Menu includes salad, pasta, meatballs, chicken, sauteed vegetables, focaccia bread, gluten free pasta, and gluten free marinara & alfredo sauces. Ask your fellow PTA board members to come for training and join us for dinner before your class! 

 

TRAINING SESSIONS 7:00pm-8:30pm

Our classes go from 7:00pm to 8:30pm and will cover important details about your PTA position. Please write the name of the PTA unit (school) you are representing in the comments section.

 

PTA Presidents

Thank you for forwarding this invite and Sign Up Genius link to returning officers, new officers, and committee chairs. Please email us if you have any questions. Looking forward to seeing all of you on May 1st! 

 

May 1st Sign Up Genius Link

CA State PTA Insurance

2018 - Insurance and Loss Prevention Guide

Knight Insurance Services

PTACA@Knightins.net

(800) 733-3036

www.knightins.net

User Name – ptausersCA  

Password – member2018

  

 

Volunteers and Student Privacy

Please take a few minutes to watch both videos to become familiar with important student privacy information. 

  • School Volunteers and FERPA is about knowing your role in protecting student information while helping out in your school. The video explains some of a volunteer's responsibilities to help keep the student information they work with private and secure. (https://youtu.be/HAU-aMqzxZE 3:03 minutes)

Welcome PTA Leaders

Your San Ramon Valley PTA Council is here to support you and we appreciate your dedication to improving the lives of all kids and families. This section of the website is JUST FOR YOU! You’ll find all the PTA resources, tools, programs and services available exclusively to PTA leaders to help make your job easier.

Ways For Parents to Learn More About Participating in Decision-Making

Well-informed and engaged parents help to ensure that every student has an opportunity to enjoy overall success in school and beyond. There are several ways parents can collaborate with school staff and district leadership as partners in school governance and decision-making, including:

 

> Attending PTA meetings and sharing your parent view on school-related issues with educators. Contact your school PTA President about the agenda process and parliamentary procedure for having a dialogue

 

> Serving on your PTA boards, school site councils, education fund boards, and school district committees

 

> Keeping other parents informed about specific issues and laws that affect their children’s schools as a PTA legislative committee member

 

> Providing a parent’s perspective by taking part in committees who interview and hire school staff

 

> Working with other school and community leaders on programs, policies and practices that support student achievement

 

> Attending LCAP meetings, school board meetings, and special board of education workshops that are open to the public

 

Want to find out more about California’s education system and how you can make a difference? Check out the Ed100 website: www.ed100.org.