Monthly archive for March 2018

Board of Managers approves New Business Items for Convention Business

March 27, 2018   This evening, the Delaware PTA Board of Managers voted in the affirmative to move the following items to the floor of the 2018 Annual Delaware PTA Convention on April 28, 2018: Proposed Bylaws Changes 2018 Proposed Bylaws Amendments Summary Delaware PTA 2018 Legislative Priorities and Congratulations to our 2018 DPTA Slated Candidates    The Delaware Board of Managers is composed of the following: State officers Immediate Past President Chairmen of the Delaware PTA State standing committees Presidents of the councils Presidents of all local units or their duly appointed alternates Delaware VIP Members The voting body of Delaware

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Delaware PTA Reflections Winners

Please join Delaware PTA in congratulating the winners of the 2017-2018 Reflections program!   2017 18 Reflections Winners  are listed for each category (Visual Arts, Dance, Film Production, Music Composition, Literature, and Photography), along with the winners of this year’s Theme Search contest.   We had a total of 150 fantastic submissions this year across all categories, and we are very grateful to the judges who reviewed the entries.  They certainly had their work cut out for them in choosing the final winners! The 2017-2018 theme was “Within Reach.”  The winner in each category will be competing at the National PTA level.   National

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Tell Congress to Support Sensible Solutions to Eliminate Gun Violence!

Dear PTA Advocate, National PTA has a long history of support for gun safety and violence prevention and we are committed to making sure every child has the opportunity to learn in a safe and welcoming environment. In the aftermath of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., National PTA urges you to send a letter to your member of Congress asking them to support common-sense solutions to eliminate gun violence and provide a safer and healthier environment for all students. Taking action today is easy-just click here to use the PTA Takes Action Network to contact your members of Congress about

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