Viewing posts from: September 2020

Register Now for the NCPTA Virtual Youth Summit: POP “Peers of Power” pep session

Calling all youth to join the NCPTA Youth Engagement Committee for a pep session on the power of youth members. The event is free of charge.

The Theme of the Summit: POP “Peers of Power”

Register today…for an energizing and spirit filled Pep Session!

Event will be held via Zoom. Zoom meeting info will be sent to registered participants.

The event is called “POP” Peers of Power Pep Session to lead up to our Spring Youth Summit on February 27, 2021.

A Conversation About Public Education with Governor Roy Cooper

North Carolina PTA, Public Schools First NC, and the Public School Forum of North Carolina co-sponsored a conversation with Governor Roy Cooper on Thursday, September 17, 2020. Panelists from each organization asked the governor questions about critical issues facing public education in North Carolina. Click here for the full conversation.

In Case You Missed It: NC Superintendent of Public Instruction Candidate Forum

North Carolina PTA partnered with the Public Schools First NC, Public School Forum of North Carolina, and the NC League of Women Voters to host a Candidate’s Forum for the NC Superintendent of Public Instruction on Thursday, September 10 in Raleigh, NC.

Democrat Jen Mangrum and Republican Catherine Truitt took part in the Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate forum. Click here to view now.

Reflections Theme Search Contest Now Open

Students can now submit ideas for the 2022-2023 Reflections Theme. National PTA Reflections sponsors a student-focused Theme Search Contest annually to determine a future program theme. NCPTA welcomes all students from PTAs in good standing to participate! NCPTA will select 5 winning themes in November to represent North Carolina in the contest for the 2022-23 Reflections Theme!

Reflections encourages creativity and lifelong learning while offering recognition for artistic endeavors. The PTA Reflections Program is designed to enhance quality arts education for students in preschool through grade 12.

Deadline to enter is October 31st, 2020.

Click here to learn more and submit ideas today!