Month: April 2016

Reflections Celebration Photos Available on Facebook

State-Level Reflections winners were recognized at our annual Reflections Celebration on April 16 in Raleigh. NCPTA wants to again congratulate all the talented students from across North Carolina that participated in the Reflections Program! We hope you enjoy looking back over that fantastic day! View photos from the 2016 Reflections Celebration.

Reflections Gallery of State-Level Winners and Special Artists Available

NCPTA hosted the annual Reflections Celebration on April 16 in Raleigh. Hundreds attended the celebration, and more than 80 students were recognized for their talents. NCPTA has created a gallery of the entries of state-level winners and special artists. View photos from the 2016 Reflections Celebration. 2015-2016 Reflections “Let Your Imagination Fly” Gallery Dance Choreography Gallery Film Production Gallery Literature Gallery Music Composition Gallery Photography Gallery Special Artist Recognition Gallery Visual Arts Gallery

NCPTA Advocacy Day is June 14

PTA members are invited to join NCPTA leaders for Advocacy Day at the North Carolina General Assembly on June 14 beginning at 8:30 a.m. We will meet in the Legislative Auditorium located in the main Legislative Building at 16 West Jones Street in Raleigh. Advocacy Day gives members the opportunity to learn firsthand about the State legislative process, make appointments with legislators, and discuss short session hot topics. NCPTA will discuss our special 2016 focus on increasing educator compensation in North Carolina. Advocacy Day Schedule 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. – registration 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. – overview of …

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NCPTA Announces 2016-2018 Officer Slate

The NCPTA Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the Slate for State Officers for the 2016 – 2018 term. The Nominating Committee will present the Slate to delegates at the NCPTA State Convention at the General Session on Saturday, May 21. Treasurer: Pepper Hines, Durham Pepper Hines has been nominated to serve a second term in the office of Treasurer. She has been an active PTA member for over 20 years serving at the local, council and state levels of PTA. Asked what motivates her as a volunteer, Pepper said “I am motivated by my desire to be of service.” …

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