Make the most of your open house table to connect with parents.
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Communicate with parents about your parent group and the importance of involvement; use our tips and sample script to deliver a speech that will make a lasting impression.
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Focusing on parent involvement will make all your group's challenges easier to deal with. We'll show you how. (Free; registration required.)
Membership forms and cards, business cards, and classroom signs to use at the start of the year (or any time) for your PTO, PTA, and other types of parent groups.
Start the new school year right with these suggestions for August parent group activities. And if your school year resumes in August, use this same list for July planning.
Set yourself up for a successful fall with these 31 tips on organization, communication, and more.
Share this video with your school's parents as a visual explanation of how important their involvement is in their children's education.
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Let camaraderie, cheers, and perhaps a few tears kick off your new school year.
Everything you need to get a successful volunteer pledge program up and running at your school.
This comprehensive guide offers time-tested strategies for connecting with all types of parents at your school and walking them up the Involvement Ladder.
Simple steps to help you boost your numbers right away and keep them up throughout the school year.
A membership drive can help your group build a base of support and volunteers. Here are ideas from groups that have run successful drives.
Tips for how your parent group can help plan an open house that sets the stage for a great year.
Ideas for an end-of-summer celebration your school’s families will love.
How time-savvy leaders keep track of busy schedules and lengthy to do lists.
Tips for planning fun yet simple classroom celebrations that won't break the bank.
Make it look easy with a little planning and a flexible approach.
What you do at the start of the school year sets the tone for your group all year long.
A good handbook can be invaluable to new parents and presents your group as a great resource.
The welcome packet is often the first contact parents have with a PTO. Use these tips to create a great first impression.
Our parent involvement calendar is full of fun ideas and tips for every month of the school year. Use it to help you plan, or follow it event for event!
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