Category Archives: State PTA

Welcome From the New District Director

Greetings PTA/PTSA Leaders, Members, Supporters and Advocates, I send to you this brief introduction and affirmation. As you navigate the 2017-2018 school year, be resolved in knowing District 10, encompassing Atlanta Council of PTAs, North Fulton Council and South Fulton … Continue reading

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Thank you for opposing Amendment 1!

Amendment 1 – the Opportunity School District – failed, with 60% of voters supporting PTA’s position. Please read the letters below from District Director Lisa Martin and Georgia PTA President Lisa-Marie Haygood. From the Desk of Lisa Martin, District 10 Director … Continue reading

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District 10 Meeting – Presentation

At this year’s Georgia PTA convention in Athens, District 10 Director Lisa Martin delivered this presentation at our District 10 meeting. We look forward to seeing you all at our next conference in the Fall of 2016!

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District 10 meeting – at CLT in Athens

Our District meeting will be held on Saturday, June 25 from 8:30-9:30am in the Parthenon 2 room at CLT. We ask that each local unit send at least one of your officers to this important meeting. Also – we will … Continue reading

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PTA University – Winter/Spring Schedule 2016!

Georgia PTA offers PTA University courses for our local unit and council leaders to provide them with the skills and training necessary to lead their respective PTAs. These courses provide in-person and in-depth training with the opportunity to network with … Continue reading

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