Georgia PTA Leadership Resource Guide
- Leadership Resource 2016-2017
Leadership Resource Guide Sections
- Georgia PTA (Pages 7-10)
- Basic PTA Information & Management (Pages 11-57)
- Duties of Officers (Pages 58-71)
- Secretary Information (Pages 72-83)
- Financial Management: A Treasurer’s Guide (Pages 84-143)
- Committees (Pages 144-210)
- Special Awards, Grants and Programs (Pages 211-220)
- Reports and Forms (Pages 221-243)
- Forms – Alphabetized List (Pages 244-245)
- National PTA Quick Reference Guides
- Incoming Officers’ Guide
- Best Ideas 2015-2016
Recursos en Espanol
Nominating Committee and Elections
- Nominating Committee and Elections Guide
- Nominating Committee Meeting Templates
- Nominating Committee Form Templates
- Quick Tips about Conducting Elections of PTA Officers
- Quick Tips about PTA Nominating Committees
- Quick Tips about Filling a PTA Officer Vacancy
- Nominations and Elections Quiz
How to Conduct…Program Series
Click here to learn more about e-learning courses that are available free to PTA members. You will need your username and password to log on(found on back of your PTA membership card). Course topics change throughout the year and include topics such as PTA Basics, Grant Writing, Conflict Management, Planning and Goal Setting, Planning Your PTA Year, Parliamentary Procedure and Effective Advocacy.
PTA Logo and Logo Usage
PTA has established guidelines for the proper use of the PTA name, logo, and tagline. When used properly, PTA’s logo and tagline create a consistent message, help unify all PTAs, and sets PTA apart from the competition. The success of our PTA brand identity system depends on all PTAs’ adherence to the established guidelines.
Logos in English and Spanish for PTAs and PTSAs.
Keys To Leadership
This Georgia PTA program recognizes PTA members for their commitment to developing leadership skills. By offering this program, Georgia PTA creates an opportunity for you to reach your full potential, regardless of your current position in PTA. Become a more effective volunteer while building both your knowledge and leadership skills. Enhance your personal résumé while participating in PTA training and volunteer service. Be recognized for the advancement of your own personal learning goals while advocating for children.
Keys to Leadership (Revised 2015)
Individual Awards and Recognitions
Present an Honorary Georgia PTA Life Achievement Award for meritorious and outstanding service on behalf of children and youth. Honorary awards may be presented at local, council, or district meetings and at state conventions. The $25.00 fee includes a certificate suitable for framing and a wallet size identification card. The fee does not include a pin that can be ordered for $25.00 from the state office. These honorary life achievement awards do not carry a privilege to vote and/or hold office. They provide guest privileges upon payment of the registration fee at the state convention. However, honorary members may become voting members by joining a local unit PTA.
The Founders’ Award is the highest Georgia PTA honor that a PTA can bestow upon an individual. Generally, it is awarded to someone who has already received a Georgia PTA Honorary Life Membership. It is an especially significant way to honor a person who has promoted children’s well-being by serving as an advocate for children. The $100.00 fee includes a certificate suitable for framing and a wallet size identification card. The fee does not include a Founder’s Bar that can be ordered for $25.00 from the state office. Like the honorary membership, the Founders’ Award does not carry a privilege to vote and/or hold an office. However, the person so honored may become a voting member by joining a local unit PTA.
Local units, councils, districts, or individuals may honor the memory of a deceased individual who has made significant contribution to PTA work by contributing a minimum of $25.00 as a memorial.
Honorary Life Achievement Award (National PTA)
The Honorary Life Achievement Award is the highest honor that a PTA can bestow upon an individual. It is the most significant way to honor worthy people in your school, community, and state. The honored person is someone who has given outstanding service to children by being an advocate for children. The honoree need not be a member of a PTA nor be well known beyond his or her own area of service. The $125.00 fee includes a certificate and a lapel pin or tie tack
Principals and PTAs
Principal’s Guide – Principals and PTAs: Partners Working Together to Increase Student Achievement
Building Successful Partnerships: Increasing Parent/Family Involvement Through Local School Councils – designed to help PTAs understand the role of local school councils and how PTAs can interact with the councils (Download PDF File)