Nfc pres training (2)

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Nfc pres training (2)

  1. 1. School of Information
  2. 2. Nominating Committee President Barbara Thomas VP Clusters Open VP Communication Inge Robb VP Legislation Diane Jacobi VP Membership Lisa Martin VP Programs Tracie Bernstein Treasurer Allison Clough Secretary Rhonda Howerton
  3. 3. Requirements for PTA Presidents Be the public face of the PTA Present and conduct oneself in a professional manner Have strong communication skills Provide leadership for officers and chairs
  4. 4. Strategic Planning Review GA PTA and Council awards Meet with the principal to discuss how PTA can support the goals for the school Reevaluate current programs Analyze volunteer availability Meet with Executive Committee to set goals Create and submit a Plan of Work
  5. 5. Team Building Focus on building a strong team Spend time together Make a commitment to get training for officers Carefully evaluate strengths and weaknesses of each member of your team Modify plans to play to the strength of your team
  6. 6. Communication Make full and frequent use of newsletter, website, email blasts. Be sure to make monthly minutes and financial reports available to the membership. Celebrate your successes.
  7. 7. Marketing Use plenty of visual reminders of which programs are provided by the PTA. Let the parents know how important each person is to the success of the PTA and the school. Membership is important. We care about things we invest money in. Our strength comes from the partnership between parents, students, teachers and administrators.
  8. 8. The New Face of PTA What should PTA look like? fluid, flexible, friendly How do we handle a shrinking volunteer pool? make each job smaller, job share How do we make working parents feel a part of PTA? communication, outreach, education
  9. 9. Change is Good Make the new environment work for your school. Promote a positive attitude. Evaluate the necessity and effectiveness of everything your PTA does. Celebrate our children!
  10. 10. Change is Good Make the new environment work for your school. Promote a positive attitude. Evaluate the necessity and effectiveness of everything your PTA does. Celebrate our children!

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