Month: March 2015

NCPTA 2015 – 2017 Officer Nominees

Listed below are the 2015-2017 Officer Nominees for President, President-Elect, and Secretary. Delegates will vote on the nominees at the NCPTA Parent Education & Leadership Conference at the General Session on Saturday, April 18. President: Kelly Langston Kelly Langston lives in Greensboro, North Carolina and has been actively volunteering to improve outcomes for all children for over twenty years. She has served in various PTA leadership roles for thirteen years. She has been an elected officer at the local, council and state levels, including a local unit and council president, a state president-elect, a local unit and state treasurer and …

NCPTA 2015 – 2017 Officer Nominees Read More »

NCPTA Announces 2014-2015 Annual Award Recipients

NCPTA is excited to announce the winners of the 2014-15 Annual Awards Program.  The following PTAs and individuals will be recognized during our Parent Education and Leadership Conference on Friday, April 17, 2015. Administrator of the Year Award Dr. James Merrill, Superintendent, Wake County Public School System Champion for Children’s Health NC Action for Healthy Kids Advocates for Health in Action Community Partner Award Timothy Smith, Edible Arrangements, Cumberland County Gwin Hughes Healthful Living Award Northern Elementary PTA, Health and Safety Program, Guilford County Heroes and Helpers Award Centennial Campus Middle School Student Services Team, Wake County Oak Leaf Award …

NCPTA Announces 2014-2015 Annual Award Recipients Read More »

Win Leadership Training for Your Council or PTA

Help Us Pack the House! Winners will be announced at the Award Celebration Dinner on Friday April 17. In case of a tie, the winner will be determined by a random drawing. Council Competition The PTA Council that has the most registered delegates from their member PTAs in attendance at the April 17-18 NCPTA Parent Education & Leadership Conference will win a Summer Leadership Training in their county hosted by NCPTA. NCPTA will cover up to $500 in expenses and provide training materials for the winning Council. Attendees must be registered by the April 10th deadline and be registered as …

Win Leadership Training for Your Council or PTA Read More »

Instructional Videos Available for NC School Report Card

The NC School Report Card website features several new instructional resources to help visitors navigate through NC School Report Card website and find data. To view the newest additions, plus other resources, visit  www.ncpublicschools.org/src/resources/ Understanding the North Carolina School Report Card This video introduces the NC School Report Cards website and explains how to navigate through the different elements of the NC School Report Cards. Watch video now.  How Do I Print a School Report Card Snapshot? This video explains how to print the Snapshot, or PDF version, of the NC School Report Cards. Watch video now.

NCPTA Seeking Dedicated and Energetic Leaders for 2015

The nominating committee is seeking passionate and energetic leaders committed to helping all children to serve on its committees or board of directors for 2015! NCPTA needs your help to “recruit, recruit and recruit!” If you are an individual with the drive to work with an inspiring and exciting group dedicated to the PTA mission and striving to make a significant difference in ensuring all children reach their full potential, please download the condensed interest form, share your passions and return to NCPTA office at [email protected] We hope you will be on the lookout for enthusiastic,  passionate, magnificent hard-working dedicated …

NCPTA Seeking Dedicated and Energetic Leaders for 2015 Read More »

PTAs Win NCPTA Bronze Acorn Membership Award

The North Carolina PTA recognizes PTAs across the state throughout the year for building strong teams of parent, teacher and community volunteers. The Bronze Acorn Award acknowledges PTAs whose membership as of March 15 has increased by at least 10 percent compared to the previous year. Learn more about the Membership Record Awards. Read the full list of recipients for the 2014-2015 Bronze Acorn Award.

NCPTA Announces 2014-2015 State-Level PTA Reflections Winners

Congratulations to students in North Carolina who placed at the state level for PTA Reflections, a national arts recognition program that encourages students to explore their talents and express themselves. First-place winners move on to the National PTA competition. View a full listing of category placements for dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Join us at the NCPTA Reflections Celebration on Saturday, April 18, 2015 to celebrate these young artists!

NCPTA Announces 2015 – 2017 Slate of Nominees

The NCPTA Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the Slate of Nominees for State Officers for the 2015 – 2017 term. The Nominating Committee will present the Slate of Nominees to delegates at the NCPTA Parent Education & Leadership Conference at the General Session on Saturday, April 18. The Conference will be held at the McKimmon Conference Center in Raleigh, NC. President: Kelly Langston Kelly Langston lives in Greensboro, North Carolina and has been actively volunteering to improve outcomes for all children for over twenty years. She has served in various PTA leadership roles for thirteen years. She has been …

NCPTA Announces 2015 – 2017 Slate of Nominees Read More »

Volunteer for the June 2015 NPTA Convention

Volunteers are needed to assist NCPTA with hosting the National PTA Convention June 25 – 28, 2015 in Charlotte NC. This is an opportunity for all to help make this the best National Convention and to showcase our “southern hospitality.” Volunteers who are able to commit to working at least 6 hours over the four-day event will qualify for free registration to the NPTA convention. You would still need to go through your state PTA office to be credentialed as a voting delegate. Information regarding the free registration for volunteering at least 6 hours will be sent to you when …

Volunteer for the June 2015 NPTA Convention Read More »

Scroll to Top