On Saturday, November 8, 2014, Massachusetts PTA will host, for the first time, a Youth Leadership Summit.
This interactive leadership and advocacy training will prepare these youth leaders to mobilize their peers around specific issues in their school and community. Register a student now.
The World Would Be A Better Place If...
T ell us in your own words, images, movements, or song. Students Pre-K through grade 12 are invited to reflect on this year's theme and and share their creativity in Choreography, Film, Literature, Musical Composition, Photography, or Visual Arts.
Special Artist division is also available in any art category as an option for students with disabilities who receive services under IDEA or Section 504 to have the opportunity and accommodations they may need in order to participate fully in the program.
For assistance in developing your local Refelections Program contact the MA State Reflections Chair at
. For more information on the program you can visit our Reflections Section or the National Reflections Program web site . Entries must be submitted to the Massachusetts PTA by February 2, 2015.
2014 National PTA Award of Excellence in Photgraphy. 'A Late Winter's Dream' by Alexandra Wolfe, grade 10, Bourne PTA
"Every Child, One Voice" by Jon Christopher Davis & Annagrey
The overall purpose of PTA is to make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
2012 National PTA Convention in San Jose, CA.