BCCPTA and it's leadership would like to thank all of our partners and sponsors for all of their support! We encourage our members to please support these businesses that support our organization and essentially our Broward County children!
Our Virtual Town Hall Meeting was a GREAT success! For those that missed it, here is the recording of the meeting that was streamed live on BECON TV.
BCCPTA would like to thank everyone that was involved in making this a success, the planners, facilitators, the panel of guests and thanks to ALL who participated...
BCCPTA's TOWN HALL MEETING RECORDING
Courtesy of BECON TV
COVID-19 & BCCPTA
Due to the Corona Virus, BCCPTA has been operating within the guidelines of the social distancing status quo. As a result, our meetings have, and will continue to be conducted both as teleconferences as well as video conferences through ZOOM, until the guidelines are changed. As we continue to advocate for our children, we need the support of all our parents and teachers, so please check this website often.
PLEASE continue to operate with WISDOM in order to protect your families and loved ones during this time. Let us all demonstrate the spirit of love to one another.
PROPOSED BYLAWS UPDATES
Please read these two Amendments that we will be proposing at our next General Meeting for our Broward County Council By-Laws.
Our General Meeting has now been scheduled for September 26th at 10AM. Please add this to your calendars. This shall be a virtual meeting on Zoom.
Information for access will be provided closer to the date.
BROWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS UPDATE
Broward County Council Committee Interest Form 2020!
2020 Committee Interest Form
This form allows you to select the position(s) on the Committee, Chair and or Area Zone Representative available that YOU have an interest in. This will be taken into consideration when appointing those available positions.
Please download the fillable form to your computer in order to fill it out, save it and email it to:
We encourage you to
PARTICIPATE! PARTICIPATE! PARTICIPATE!
Our National PTA's Origins
For more than 100 years, National Parent Teacher Association (National PTA®) has worked toward bettering the lives of every child in education, health and safety. Founded in 1897 as the National Congress of Mothers by Alice McLellan Birney and Phoebe Apperson Hearst, National PTA is a powerful voice for all children, a relevant resource for families and communities, and a strong advocate for public education.
Today’s PTA is a network of millions of families, students, teachers, administrators, and business and community leaders devoted to the educational success of children and the promotion of family engagement in schools.
Mandatory Online Training
ALL BCCPTA/PTSA committee members are required to take this training, which is about 45 minutes. Please click the link to take the training.
You cannot skip, move forward, backward or let it sit idle for too long, otherwise you will have to start over.
Conducting leadership development, assisting local units, and ADVOCATING for ALL children with one voice.
To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
BCCPTA/PTSAs will continue to make health, education and welfare of the children the first priority on our agenda. Our membership and leadership will reflect the diversity of the county we represent. We will respond to the needs of our members with appropriate programs and services with a refined governance structure, fiscally sound practices and with strong, well-trained leadership. We will increase the number and commitment of our members with measurable results and accountability. Positive social change will occur through BCCPTA/PTSA involvement in child advocacy, parenting education and partnering of education.
Collaboration: We work in partnership with a wide array of individuals and organizations to accomplish our agreed-upon goals.
Commitment: We are dedicated to promoting children’s health, well-being, and educational success through strong parent, family, and community involvement.
Accountability: We acknowledge our obligations. We deliver on our promises.
Respect: We value our colleagues and ourselves. We expect the same high quality of effort and thought from ourselves as we do from others.
Inclusivity: We invite the stranger and welcome the newcomer. We value and seek input from as wide a spectrum of viewpoints and experiences as possible.
Integrity: We act consistently with our beliefs. When we err, we acknowledge the mistake and seek to make amends.