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Delaware PTA Upcoming Events


Reflections Ceremony Tuesday April 21st

Register for Delaware PTA Youth Leadership Summit on Sunday April 25th

 Register for PTA Day in Dover – Day of Advocacy on Tuesday April 28th


Exciting Opportunities to Join the Delaware State PTA Board of Directors

We currently have vacancies for several positions within the Delaware PTA State Board and we are looking for the right people to join our team.

With more than 6,600 members, Delaware State PTA is the largest volunteer association dedicated to the education, health, welfare, safety of all children in the state of Delaware. When you join the Delaware State PTA, you support local, state and national efforts to improve the lives of children and their families.

We provide training and ongoing support for all positions/roles! Come join our team and see what it means to advocate the PTA WAY!!!

Check out the positions below for a description of the roles and responsibilities.

Treasurer Description (2)

State Secretary



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Board Basics E-Learning Course in Spanish
nptaeLearning_laptop.pngNational PTA is excited to announce that the Board Basics e-learning course is now available in Spanish. The course—Conceptos Básicos Para Las Juntas—provides training to Spanish-speaking members who want to understand the basic governance structures behind most local PTA units.
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Get It Right Podcasts: Terri Hodges, President, Delaware PTA

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By Get It Right on April 7, 2014

Dr. Terri Hodges, the president of the Delaware PTA, discusses the importance of proper planning, a collaborative process and the need for the separation of the standards and the tests to ensure progress. In Delaware, parents played a key role in implementation, a process that has taken more than three years.