Running Your PTA

A PTA organization comes with a tremendous support network that can help parents stay involved in their child’s school without taking on undue personal risks. When you join your local unit PTA you are supporting your child and all children at that school. Your support helps provide support for classroom teachers, as well as resources and programs for the students and the school.

There are many ways you can show your support:

  1. Become a member of your PTA
  2. Consider joining the board of your PTA
  3. Consider joining or chairing a committee with your PTA
  4. Attend PTA meetings whenever you can
  5. Stay connected – follow the Delaware State PTA and your Local PTA on social media


Interested in what becoming a PTA leader might look like? Check out this overview of the  Roles and Responsibilities of Officers, Board and Committees


Additional resources for local unit leaders

We will help you get started with this checklist Local Unit Audit Checklist

Use this easy checklist to make sure you PTA is a  Unit in Good Standing

Use this easy-to-use quick reference guide to implement all the important strategies and functions of your PTA. This kit contains resources and leadership tools and is designed to assist your executive team in meeting critical benchmarks and goals to ensure each child’s success this school year. – See more at: http://www.ptakit.org/index.aspx#sthash.9b6oPdxY.dpuf

Find additional resources for your officers  at http://www.ptakit.org/PTA-President/index.aspx 

Don’t forget, you can always contact your Region VP or the State PTA directly with any questions or requests for assistance!