2019-2020 NCPTA Awards Winners

And the Winners Are…

The Pandemic May Have Delayed This Recognition But We Are Ecstatic to Celebrate & Congratulate the NCPTA 2019-20 Award Winners

 

Community Partner

Summerfield Fire Department, Summerfield, Guilford County

Diversity and Inclusion

R.N. Harris Elementary School, Durham County

Gwin G Hughes Healthy Living

Jillian Angel, Northern Elementary School, Guilford County

Heroes and Helpers

Tameka Tucker, Mary C. Williams Elementary School, New Hanover County

Outstanding Volunteer

Lisa Thomas, Summerfield Elementary School, Guilford County

Eric Lavalette, Highcroft Drive Elementary, Wake County

Principal of the Year

Lisa Williams, Sternberger Elementary School, Guilford County

School Nurse

Anita Alday, Summerfield Elementary School, Guilford County

Teacher of the Year

HarleyAnn Lesher, Creedmoor Elementary School, Granville County (4+ Years Teaching)

 

Membership Enrollment Recognitions

Gold Acorn

Northern Elementary School, Guilford County

 

Silver Acorn

Sternberger Elementary School, Guilford County

 

Ruby Acorn

Edwin A. Anderson Elementary School, New Hanover County

Corriher Lipe Middle School, Rowan County

Green Hope Elementary School, Wake County

Holly Ridge Elementary School, Wake County

Holly Springs Elementary School, Wake County

Leesville Road Elementary School, Wake County

Northern Guilford Middle School, Guilford County

Ogden Elementary School, New Hanover County

Shughart Middle School, Moore County

Summerfield Elementary School, Guilford County

The School for Creative Studies, Durham County

Vena Wilburn Elementary School, Wake County

Wilsons Mill Elementary School, Johnston County

 

Achievement Awards

Council Level

Superior

Cumberland County Council of PTAs

 

Distinguished

Wake County PTA Council

 

Local Unit Level

Superior

Seventy First High School, Cumberland County

The School for Creative Studies, Durham County

 

Distinguished

Chicod Elementary-Middle School, Pitt County

Creedmoor Elementary School, Granville County

First Ward Creative Arts Academy, Mecklenburg County

Holly Springs Elementary School, Wake County

Lynn Road Elementary School, Wake County

Northern Elementary School, Guilford County

Northern Guilford High School, Guilford County

Panther Creek High School, Wake County

Summerfield Elementary School, Guilford County

Sternberger Elementary School, Guildford County

Vena Wilburn Elementary School, Wake County

 

Outstanding

Edwin A. Anderson Elementary School, New Hanover County

Ranson Middle School, Mecklenburg County

 

The Awards Celebration will be held during our Virtual State Convention. Be sure to join us at the NCPTA Virtual Awards Celebration and Virtual Dance Party on Friday, July 30, 2021 beginning at 6:00 p.m. to be recognized.

2021/2022 NCPTA Food Pantry & PTA Community Garden Grants Appliations Now Open!

The NCPTA 2021/22  Food Pantry/PTA Community Garden Grants application is now open! 

The $2,000 grant funding is intended to support your PTA in creating an action plan to help meet the most pressing needs of your school community in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic-Food Insecurity. Your school PTA will be able to choose how to spend the funding, but we ask that you use the money to address one of the areas listed below to help as many families in and around the surrounding areas (they do not just have to be current PTA members).

  • Food Pantry
  • PTA Community Garden

Your local unit will create either a Food Pantry run by the local unit PTA and community partners or a Community Garden run by the PTA and community partners accessible by the community.

These $2,000 grants are available to support the rapid and ongoing response addressing both of the new and aggravated challenges across North Carolina communities are facing. This Grant will run for a period of three (3) months.

Over 70% of award monies must support the food insecurities in your community, with an emphasis on healthy and local foods. Eligible expenses can include: cold storage for food distribution, food purchasing related to pantry or garden expenses, and set up costs related to your pantry or garden.

The deadline to apply is August 2, 2021.

Who Can Apply:

  • Any Local Unit PTA In good standing.
  • Grants may be used to create or enhance already existing programs.

Final Reports:

  • A short final report detailing how the $2,000 were used and how this grant benefited your Local Unit PTA and your community will be required at the end of the grant period, as well as:
    • 5-10 pictures of your Food Pantry or PTA Community Garden
    • 1-1 minute video giving a tour of your Food Pantry or PTA Community Garden
    • A FB Live  (Can be on your PTA FB Page showing your Food Pantry or PTA Community Garden in action)
    • 1 Page Final Report (as detailed above) with detail of expenses spent
    • The potential to speak at the NCPTA 2022 Convention
    • (This is an ongoing program, the final report will demonstrate the implementation of your program in action.)

Requirements:

All PTA units will be required to be in Good Standing with NCPTA. Also, remember that  your Local PTA will need to sign the Grant Agreement. If you have any other questions, please contact, office@ncpta.org.

For more information and to apply, click here.

 

Notice of Vacancy in Office of NCPTA President

Notice of Vacancy in Office of NCPTA President

Currently, there is a vacancy on the slate for NCPTA Officers. The NCPTA Nominations Committee is accepting nominations from the floor for NCPTA President.

To express your interest in becoming a candidate to run from the floor, please submit the following to the chair of the NCPTA Nominating Committee no later than June 29 at 11:59pm. Email ALL information to nominations@ncpta.org. Each candidate will have the following posted on the Convention section of NCPTA’s website prior to the Convention. Please prepare a campaign presentation not to exceed 2 minutes to share with the voting delegates during General Session I.

  1.     Brief Biography
  2.     High resolution head shot photo