The number one reason to join the SFPTA is for the benefit of your child! In helping your child, you also help your school. But, there are many other advantages in becoming a member of this very important organization.
Get Connected. There is no better way to become more aware of what's happening in your school. Becoming a member of the PTA allows you to develop relationships with staff, teachers, and administrators within the school district. You will have the opportunity to interact and meet other parents in the community that share a vested interest in improving our children's overall educational experience.
Speak up. The PTA is one of the best ways to share your concerns, ideas, and experiences. Ultimately, it allows you to be heard and effectively help implement changes with those involved in the decision making process.
Be a Role Model. When you become a member of the PTA you are demonstrating the importance of volunteering to your children. You are leading by example by demonstrating how to be part of a solution and how to work with others toward positive change.
The South Fayette PTA has many exciting events, activities, and programs planned throughout this school year! Your membership allows you to participate in the decision making process, volunteer your time and be a part of our success! We cannot do it without you!
Membership is annual and is required to chair or join a committee, volunteer or become a homeroom representative. Please remember you can join at ANY time! We hope you consider becoming part of the largest child advocacy organization in the world! We welcome you in taking an active role in the SFPTA!
National PTA Resources:
- Online parenting resources, including Our Children Online Magazine
- E-newsletters on legislative issues
- Exclusive National PTA member benefits and sponsor offers
- Leadership training opportunities in-person and online
- Discounted member rate for PTA’s annual national convention, magazine subscriptions, and more
- The PTA Takes Action Network, connecting you to Congress when help is needed on issues important to children, schools, and families