Georgia PTA friends: We are seeing GREAT proposals for the Annual Convention Leadership Training Workshops! Showcase your leadership development strategies, mission successes, team-building practices, or advocacy wins! Check it out: bit.ly/2CWEw0A... See MoreSee Less
The Georgia PTA has been listening to your feedback – and a top concern that our PTA leaders and volunteers raise is the all-too-familiar time crunch. It’s exhausting to figure out all the tools you need to engage parents and stay in good standing – online signups, fundraising apps, paper forms, mass emails, payment processing apps, cash and check, membership spreadsheets, and more. PTA units and members have also communicated to us that members want to join online and pay for their membership with credit cards. In response, Georgia PTA is excited offer online membership options and help streamline your work by providing MemberHub FREE (a $1,200 value) to all local units. MemberHub is an online tool that puts it all in one place. Georgia PTA will be using MemberHub to manage membership, allowing your members online access to their membership cards, and helping your unit stay in good standing by allowing units to upload the bylaws, audits, and 990 paperwork previously sent to the state office. To get started, MemberHub sent each PTA president a log-in email providing access to add officers, complete the orientation, and set up your site. If you haven’t heard from them, it probably means the Georgia PTA State Office does not have up-to-date contact information for your president. Please send the officer list to our state office, and we will add you to the MemberHub program. If you have any questions during this setup phase, contact our State Office at email@example.com. ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the anticipated inclement weather including snow and ice and in alignment with the City of Atlanta and Governor Kemp, APS schools and offices will be closed on Tuesday, January 29. ... See MoreSee Less
All Fulton County Schools and administrative offices closed Tuesday, January 29, 2019.,
The Governor has closed all state offices for Tuesday, Jan. 29, based on a winter storm watch. Given the risk associated with ice, the timing of a potential event, and the impact it may have on traffic, the weather Team erred on the side of safety in closing Fulton County Schools and all administrative offices Tuesday, January 29, 2019.
Please stay tuned to the district’s website and local media for updates. ... See MoreSee Less