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  • Alabama PTA ... Every Child. One Voice
    The Alabama PTA is the strongest statewide organization working exclusively on behalf of children and youth. Founded in 1911, Alabama PTA's primary objective is to strengthen the family unit through parent involvement.

  • Georgia PTA
    Because the PTA is a forum for exchanging ideas, you are encouraged to make suggestions. PTA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school.

  • Protecting My Blessing
    Children's fingerprint/DNA safety kits. Used in schools, daycares and private home use. EVERY child needs one!

  • Toddler Cozy Daycare Bedding
    Premium quality bedding for daycare, preschool and home child care environment. Cot and sleep mat covers, toddler blankets, pillows and nap sets. Wholesale pricing direct to all daycare providers and free shipping always.

  • Alaska PTA
    FAQ'S and information about Alaska's schools from the PTA.

  • Arizona PTA
    We hope you will find this site to be informative and useful, as well as enjoyable. Arizona PTA is the largest child advocacy group in the state. If your school does not have a PTA and you find what we can offer your parent group beneficial, please contact our office and we will send an information packet.

  • Arkansas PTA
    FAQ'S and information about the schools of Arkansas from the PTA.

  • California State PTA
    Explore and utilize this Web site to learn about convention, health, parenting, community concerns and educational issues.

  • Children First/National PTA
    A brief "one-stop" resource for information on the National PTA. Links have been added from this document to other parts of the National PTA web site which may contain information or resources pertaining the given topic or event.

  • Colorado PTA
    As PTA members, we create a world for all children when we stand tall and speak out for every child; support parents as they raise and protect their children; and as we partner with the community to shape tomorrow's leaders.

  • Connecticut PTA
    Connecticut PTA exists as a source of information and support to all our local units and members. We are here to support the efforts of our members as they work for the health, education, and welfare of children and youth around the state.

  • Delaware PTA
    The Delaware State PTA was founded in 1911 and it's first chapter was established in Dover, DE. PTA is the only independent advocacy group that speaks on issues of children. Children are our most valuable resource and PTA's through out Delaware work to protect that resource.

  • District of Columbia PTA
    The mission of the PTA is to improve the lives of children. A mission statement for the PTA is listed below. The DCPTA is fulfilling that mission by working actively in the schools, and by being involved in other activities to help the young succeed and prosper.

  • Florida PTA
    Giving freely of our time and energy for the welfare of children is the foundation of every PTA project. From hot lunches to juvenile justice, and from classroom aid to legislative lobbying, we always have pursued our goals with the zeal that comes from devotion to our children.

  • Hawaii PTA
    Aloha and welcome to the Hawaii State Parent, Teacher, Student Association web page. The Hawaii State PTSA is Hawaii's oldest and largest volunteer child advocacy organization. We are proud to continue this strong tradition by once again playing an integral role in the formulation and implementation of legislation and policy affecting our children and youth.

  • Illinois PTA
    MISSION OF PTA: Support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community and before govern-mental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children.

  • Indiana PTA
    PTA will strengthen its role in shaping the local, state and national agenda for the health, education and welfare of children. PTA will enter the future with the diversity of the state represented and reflected in its membership, responding to the needs of its members, refined in its governance structure, strengthened in its leadership, and fiscally sound.

  • Iowa PTA
    The Iowa PTA is the leading volunteer organization in the state working on behalf of the health, education, and welfare of all children. Established in 1900, Iowa PTA continues its efforts to safeguard children. The recent focus has been on parent involvement: helping parents, schools, and communities see the direct benefit parent involvement can have in the lives of children.

  • Kansas PTA
    The Kansas PTA is chartered under the National PTA and shares the same purposes; it is a volunteer organization seeking to unite home, school, and community in promoting the education,health and safety of children, you and families.

  • Kentucky PTA
    The Kentucky PTA empowers families, schools and communities through child advocacy efforts and is committed to an equitable, quality public education and a diverse, inclusive membership.

  • Maine PTA
    The Maine PTA is over 4,000 strong! We have had some terrific growth in some of our PTA's this year - keep up the good work! We urge all PTA's to continue to increase their membership. Please be reminded that kindergarten screening, fall open houses and conferences are all great times to be an advocate for PTA.

  • Maryland PTA
    Mission: To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community, and before government bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children.

  • Massachusetts PTA
    Massachusetts PTA was organized in 1910 and incorporated in 1913. The Massachusetts PTA has approximately 19,000 members in 130 local units throughout the state, which is divided into six (6) regions, to better support and strengthen the local PTA. Each local PTA unit plans it programs and activities to meet the needs of children and youth in its own community.

  • Michigan PTA
    The Objects of the PTA: To promote the welfare of the children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship.

  • Minnesota PTA
    PTA provides parents and teachers with a way to share their experience and knowledge about children. PTA members support public education and work to improve children's health and safety. PTAs speak on behalf of children--who can't effect change for themselves--at local, state and national government levels.

  • Mississippi PTA
    Mississippi PTA - Every Child - One Voice. This will be the place to look for important information to help you increase parental involvement, learn ways to support your school and help children succeed.

  • Missouri PTA
    Mission: To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools.

  • Montana PTA
    We Empower Communities to Work Together For Children And Families Through Education, Leadership, Communication, and Advocacy.

  • Nevada PTA
    The mission of the Nevada PTA is to lead, train and encourage parents, teachers and community to advocate for the education, health and welfare of all children and families.

  • New Hampshire PTA
    . Our goal is to provide the local unit leaders and the local members with as much information as possible to make your work as easy as possible. The work and partnership building you are doing in the schools and communities of NH is invaluable. Research shows that when parents are involved children do better.

  • New Jersey PTA
    Goal: Be educational. The basic aim is to help parents, teachers and other interested persons gain knowledge of the growth, development and needs of our children.

  • New Mexico PTA
    Mission: To advocate for children and youth in the schools, in the community, and before governmental agencies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children; to educate and support parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children; and to encourage parent and public involvement in all facets of the lives of the children of our state.

  • New York PTA
    . PTA defines advocacy as the act of mobilizing individuals and local units to work with the State and National PTA to spark changes in programs and policies that benefit children. As members of PTA, we attend our meetings and get involved in the activities of our schools.

  • North Carolina PTA
    Mission: To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools and before governmental agencies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children. To assist parents in developing skills they need to raise and protect their children. To encourage parent and public involvement in the schools of this nation.

  • Ohio PTA
    . Our task today is not much different than it was then. We must continue to encourage others to put the needs of children first, remembering that PTA is working together for children in "Building the Future...Honoring the Past."

  • Oregon PTA
    Home page of the Oregon PTA...

  • Pennsylvania PTA
    The largest statewide organization working exclusively for children and youth. As of 1996 our membership is 125,909 members strong, with 548 Local Units and 39 Councils. Most members are parents, but also include teachers, school administrators, students and others interested in the well-being of children.

  • Rhode Island PTA
    WHY BECOME INVOLVED? Make a positive difference in your child's future and the future of all children. Strengthen family-school partnerships Learn about important issues affecting children and families in Rhode Island.

  • South Carolina PTA
    South Carolina PTA home page...

  • South Dakota PTA
    South Dakota PTA home page...

  • Tennessee PTA
    While maintaining its independence as an organization, the Tennessee PTA recognizes the value of cooperation with governmental and other agencies whose programs are based on a common interest in child welfare and service to youth. In the fields of education, recreation, health, and welfare, the Tennessee PTA often shares in the combined knowledge of many organizations and contributes its experience and leadership to joint projects.

  • Texas PTA
    PTA is a grassroots organization made up of parents, teachers, and others around the state who have a special interest in children, families, and schools. PTA membership is as diverse as Texas is in cultures, education levels, and parenting skills. By joining PTA, a member automatically becomes part of the largest child-advocacy organization in the state--over 750,000 strong across Texas.

  • Utah PTA
    The Utah PTA will...Support and speak on behalf of children and youth...encourage positive involvement in all facets of a child's life...assist in developing skills to raise and protect children and youth.

  • Vermont PTA
    The Mission of the Vermont PTA is to develop a strong network of Vermonters committed to the health, education and welfare of all children. Our collective efforts focus on shared responsibility in development of advocacy, teaching and learning, and parent involvement to assure strong capable children who will lead us into the future.

  • Virginia PTA
    Virginia PTA home page...(members only)

  • Washington PTA
    Washington PTA home page...

  • West Virginia PTA
    The PTA movement began in West Virginia in 1913, 16 years after the organization of the National PTA, or as it was called at the time, The NAtional Congress of Mothers. In 1913 there were 2 local units organized, one in Huntington and one in Charleston. Within a period of 2 years, 18 new units were organized, but it was not until Novermber, 1923 that the State Congress (State PTA) was organized at a convention in Wheeling

  • Wisconsin PTA
    The Wisconsin PTA has advocated for children and youth in Wisconsin for 87 years, and is the connecting link between the National PTA and local units. For over 100 years, the PTA has been the only national organization whose sole purpose is the health, education and welfare of ALL children.

  • Wyoming PTA
    Wyoming PTA will develop, promote, and offer programs to improve parenting and teaching effectiveness.Wyoming PTA will facilitate leadership development for its membership at all levels.Wyoming PTA will focus on advocating for all children. Wyoming PTA will grow as an organization.

  • Zena Elementary School PTA
    PTA, school and community news and events. Links for parents, kids, teachers.

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