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Seattle Council of
Parent, Teacher and
Student Associations

PO Box 24483
Seattle, WA 98124

(206) 364-7430
www.SeattleCouncilPTSA.org




Know More. Do More.

The more you know, the more effective you are
for your Board and your Membership.

Get the tools. Get the knowledge. Get the results.

Last Updated:
May 30th, 2014


SEND IN YOUR LOCAL UNIT OFFICERS
It is time to email the list of your local unit's 2014-2015 officers to support@wastatepta.org. Please include the name and number of your PTA, your new officer's names and email addresses, their title, and the name of the PTA in which they are a member if they are not currently a member of your PTA. Please be specific about title - for example if a VP has a specific function such as membership, legislative, family and community engagement (formerly outreach), or program be sure to include that information. When we receive this information, these new officers will be added to the email list that receives Leadership News as well as information on training, updates, and instructions for the member registration process which we will begin sending in June.

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Free Dinner
Free Training June 2nd

PTA Leaders,

Just reminding you not to miss the last scheduled Seattle Council General Meeting for local unit PTA board members. To accommodate the need for training, we were able to get approval to provide training at this last meeting. Please forward this to all your board members for next year to get them registered and get their training requirements done early! Remember that all elected board members must take one training session per year. Unlike other Training, this one is FREE and there will also be FREE dinner.

June 2nd, 2014 6-9pm
Location: McGilvra Elementary,
1617 38th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112 (near Madison Park/Central Seattle Area)

Registration/Dinner 6-6:30
Business Meeting 6:30-7:00
First Class Session 7-8pm
Tips and Tools for Treasurers- new
Legislative Basics
Build a Stronger PTA - Looking to your community for Support- new
Roles and Responsibilities of Board members

Second Class Session 8-9pm
Money Matters for Board Members
Legislative - Beyond Basics
Membership Basics
Leading with Excellence- most popular at region trainings

Please register ALL those on your board that will be attending by May 30th: registration

Get your PTA off to a great start with new and classic classes- make your Board the best it can be!

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Interested in Finding Out More About Strategies for Improving School Road Safety?
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) invites you to a design workshop where we'll examine how to improve traffic safety near Seattle schools. The workshops will include a presentation and discussion on road design treatments and a "walk about" intended to provide examples of traffic barriers and potential opportunities

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Seattle Council PTSA Meeting
The next General Meeting is on Monday, June 2nd at 7 pm.


Wilson-Pacific BEXIV project Frequently Asked Questions

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Seattle School Traffic Safety Committee Seeks New Members
The Seattle School Traffic Safety Committee is accepting applications for new members to help make walking and biking to school in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board, which was created by the Seattle City Council in 1975 to improve traffic safety for all of Seattle's school children, plays an influential role in implementing Seattle's School Road Safety Action Plan. The board advises the Mayor and City Council with respect to school traffic safety, including adult crossing guard locations, school traffic signs and signals, school safety patrols, bicycle facilities, sidewalks and student traffic safety education.
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