Congratulations North Carolina School of Excellence Recipients!

Congratulations to the 2022-2024 National PTA School of Excellence recipients! A special shout out to these schools in North Carolina who are being recognized for building strong family-school partnerships that enrich the educational experience and overall well being of all students. To learn more about the School of Excellence program or to apply, visit,

2023-2024 Lifeline for Leaders

Lifeline for Leaders is back for the 2023-2024 school year! Join NCPTA Leaders each month as we tackle with you important PTA topics! Registration is now open for each Lifeline for Leaders event! We hope to see you there!

2023-2024 Membership Challenges

Attention All PTA Members, Leaders, & Advocates! Get Ready for the NCPTA 2023-2024 Local Unit Membership Challenge! This year’s theme is “Getting Back to Our Roots: It Takes A Village”. We invite you to participate as we roll out each monthly challenge to help you grow your membership and reach your PTA goals! Prizes will be drawn based off of PTAs in Good Standing who successfully complete the challenges. For more information, visit our Membership Challenge page for complete details!

Officer Candidate for 2022-2024

The NCPTA Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the Slate for State Officers for the 2022-2024 term. The Nominating Committee will present the Slate to delegates at the NCPTA Convention on May 19-21, 2022 at the North Carolina Central University School of Education Building.  Treasurer Slated: None Nominated from the Floor Dr. Leroy Wray, Charlotte Dr. Leroy Wray is currently the Senior Program Officer at Renaissance West Community Initiative and an adjunct professor at several universities in North Carolina.  Dr. Wray began his professional career in 2002 in Durham, North Carolina as a teacher and later as a School Administrator in Durham and Charlotte, …

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We Need Your Help! Join A North Carolina PTA Committee!

NORTH CAROLINA PTA NEEDS YOU! Great Day PTA Members & Friends, North Carolina PTA is looking for volunteers to join committees for the 2022-2023 PTA Year. The term begins on July 1, 2022 and ends on June 30, 2023.  Eligibility: Must be a PTA member. Participation Expectation: Attend monthly committee meetings via zoom and occasionally in-person. Committee Onboarding & Orientation: Committee Chairs & Members, will be invited to attend the NCPTA Governance Day on Thursday, May 19, 2022 to engage in committee orientation, development of the 2022-2023 committee plan of work, networking, and much more. There is a cost of …

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Apply to Serve on the NCPTA Board of Directors Today

Apply to Serve on the NCPTA Board of Directors Today NCPTA opens our doors for applicants that want to make a difference. We are looking for passionate and energetic advocates that are ready to help NCPTA as a member of our Board of Directors.  North Carolina PTA is officially accepting applications now through March 18th, 2022 at 5pm for our board of directors for the 2022-2024 term. We are seeking dedicated leaders to help improve the lives of all North Carolina children. If you are or someone you know is the kind of person we are looking for please complete …

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NCPTA Virtual Winter Symposium

Register Now for the 2022 NCPTA Virtual Winter Symposium North Carolina Parent Teacher Association (NCPTA) and Together for Resilient Youth (TRY) are excited to virtually host Winter Symposium 2022 on Saturday, February 26th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This year’s theme is “Creating Schools And Communities That All Children Deserve”. Join us as we engage in conversations and activities related to school and community safety, social emotional learning, mental health, special education, advocacy, Leandro v. State of NC, youth programming and engagement, and other topics impacting our children. You don’t want to miss this powerful event!  Come network, learn, problem solve, and strategize with advocates, …

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North Carolina Parent Teacher Association (NCPTA) Announces Convention 2022

Save the Date: May 19, 2022-May 21, 2022 Theme: Rise Up! Stand Up! Speak Up!  The PTA Story In Action It’s been a long time coming!!! North Carolina Parent Teacher Association (NCPTA) is excited to finally be hosting an in-person convention after a few years of being virtual.  Come join us for networking, workshops, and opportunities to have fun in our host city—Durham, NC.  Our convention days will be spent on the campus of North Carolina Central University and our nights will be spent exploring the “Bull City”.  Let’s celebrate 103 years of advocacy together. Convention highlights include… Thursday, May 19th–NCPTA …

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Financial Wrap Up

Topic: Financial Wrap Up Date: Saturday, February 5, 2022 Facilitator: Amie Palmer, NCPTA Board Development Chair Anxious about those end of year financials? Join the Durham Council of PTAs as we partner with NCPTA to bring you a session focused on the end of year financial responsibilities of PTAs and PTA officers. Also, learn how to start off the new school year! We will also address what the Audit Committee duties are and strategies on how to continue handling everything virtually. This is open to everyone across the state! Register in advance for this session. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing …

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Special Education Inclusion Committee Webinar

“An IEP Road Trip” The NCPTA Special Education Inclusion Committee hosted their first webinar session titled “An IEP Road Trip” on January 27th at 7:00 P.M. During this webinar, they explored different parts of the IEP and the rules of the road. They covered a lot of territory and how to navigate roadblocks and detours that may occur along the way. Also discussed was changes in traffic patterns such as virtual meetings and remote learning. Upon reaching the final destination, passengers had a better understanding of special education terminology, the IEP process and how to prepare for and participate in …

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