2015-16 PTA Officers Needed and SIT Representatives
(If you are willing to serve, please fill out the reverse side of this form and return to the school by May 1st)
Nomination form can be found in : Forms
PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION (P.T.A.):
Who we are? We are teachers, staff, parents and other members of the school community.
What we do? We provide planning and organize funding support for:
When and where? PTA Board (officers and some committee chairs) meetings are held approximately monthly at the school and at a time set by each year’s officers. PTA Workshops are also held monthly and cover business issues and topics of interest to the school community. PTA events are held during the school day (assemblies, read-a-thon, etc.) and during the evening (STEAM Night, Global Awareness , etc.).
Why? It’s a great opportunity for you to work directly with teachers, administrators, staff and the Ephesus parent community to support and enhance children’s education.
For more information, contact: Laura Philpot at LJPhilpot@gmail.com or 919-942-0867
If you are willing to serve as either an S.I.T. parent representative and/or a P.T.A. officer for the 2015-16 school year and would like your name to appear on the respective ballot, please fill out the form below and return it to the school by May 1st. You may run for both SIT and PTA positions.
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT TEAM (S.I.T.):
We are responsible for:
developing the School Improvement Plan
When and where? Meetings are usually held the second Thursday of each month during the school year and run from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm at the school. Refreshments are served. Child-care and translation services are available as needed.
Why? It’s an opportunity for you to work directly with teachers, administrators and staff to facilitate the growth and development of this school.
For more information, contact: Barb Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
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