PTO Today Live Expo 2019: The Ultimate One-Day Expo Event for PTO and PTA Leaders

Green Parent Groups

  • All
  • Green Groups Archive
  • March 2016 Issue
  • Slideshow

    Recyclart Art Event

    See how one school came up with an innovative way to use junk.

    Read More
  • Free Resource

    Go Green Clip Art

    Free green-inspired clip art to jazz up your flyers and other printed materials.

    Read More
  • PTO Today Article

    Family Event: Eco-Chic Fashion Show

    The 2011 Parent Group of the Year for Outstanding Family Event planned an outrageous night featuring student-designed fashions made from recycled materials.

    Read More
  • PTO Today Article

    Unpaper Your PTO

    Cutting back on how much paper your group uses will mean less time copying—and more money saved.

    Read More
  • PTO Today Article

    Green Fundraising Ideas for PTOs

    Eco-friendly fundraisers let parent groups help their schools and the planet at the same time.

    Read More
  • Free Download: Family Event Kit

    How To Plan a Family Science Night

    Spark an interest in science with more than 20 hands-on, kid-friendly experiments, plus customizable materials to promote your event, take-home activities, and more.

    Read More
  • PTO Today Article

    Green Your Bake Sale

    Lots of baking doesn’t have to mean lots of waste. Reduce your footprint with these tips.

    Read More
  • PTO Today Article

    How PTOs Are Going Green

    There are many ways to make your group more environmentally conscious. It starts with a critical review of day-to-day operations.

    Read More
  • Community

    How PTOs Are Making Schools Green

    PTOs and PTAs are increasingly playing a key role in school efforts related to recycling, composting, and reducing energy use.

    Read More
  • PTO Today Article

    Family Event: Fun and Eco-games

    PTO Today’s 2008 Outstanding Family Event was a green festival that combined learning and fun, included a large number of parent volunteers, and helped strengthen the connection between the middle school and home.

    Read More