Many of our members are concerned about a CCSD policy that might require volunteers to be fingerprinted. Please mobilize and contact your CCSD Trustee prior to the meeting on August 10th @ 5pm For more information about location click here Nevada PTA has a Position Statement in place that promotes safes schools but, opposes undue burden on volunteers. Resolutions and Position Statements IV Nevada PTA Vice President of Advocacy DeeAnn
Greetings, We are excited to share our newest parent resource, Ready for the Test. Developed with National PTA and Scholastic, this campaign was designed to help parents understand why the annual state test matters and how they can help their children feel confident and ready for the test. The messages were developed based on our research and focus groups with parents this year. We hope you’ll find this information and
Granddaughter of Past Nevada PTA President David Flatt and “PTA Princess” Addison Flatt proudly represented Nevada while reciting the opening Pledge of Allegiance at the 2017 National PTA Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Two-a-day PTA meetings, assigned classroom ambassadors and widespread buy-in are are just a few of the unique PTA efforts that have to be made in a city like Las Vegas to have success. The same efforts that resulted in national recognition. This school year three schools in the Clark County School District were selected as National PTA (Parent Teacher Association) Schools of Excellence. The three schools to receive the award
Kohls pledges $10,000 of Schoolwear
CCSD summer page provides a one-stop shop for all things summer LAS VEGAS – Summer is here, and to help ensure a safe and productive break, the Clark County School District (CCSD) has provided parents with a list of activities and resources to keep students busy and learning. Parents and students can visit ccsd.net/summer, a one-stop shop with information on a variety of topics including summer classes, food service
National PTA releases its ‘Common Core’ webinar series
Harnessing the power of volunteers Shrinking budgets. Increasing class sizes. Government mandates. The challenges of delivering quality education are daunting. There is help. It’s the PTA. It doesn’t take much time to get a Parent Teacher Association started either. Find just one parent in your school to take the lead, and before you know it, there will be a group of dedicated parents doing what PTA does best: providing resources