That moment when you know there's no turning back.
Friendship, shared goals, teamwork—there's a lot to love about being in a school parent group!
A leader-inspired playlist of songs to keep you going, make you laugh, or help you through a tough moment.
This holiday season, what are you giving the special person in your life? If you're still stumped for ideas, check out our list below for inspiration. Any one of these would be perfect for a partner, BFF, or even yourself!
Runapalooza and pastries with actual people? Yes, please.
When you’re trying to recruit new parent group officers, be direct—and have a sense of humor.
Because when you're on the PTO, nothing scares you.
What sort of pep talk would you give to a new leader who might be nervous? Try these words of wisdom from our Facebook community.
Serving as a leader of a volunteer organization can be stressful. These tips can help you keep calm and carry on with your important work.
Some of our favorite stories from parent group leaders about when things veered off course.
Five leaders talk about what keeps them motivated and inspired to help their school, even when the going gets tough.
20 of our favorites to amuse and inspire you.
These parents pass the “volunteer bug” on to the next generation.
Being a room mom can be tricky—so our friends over at Homeroom Mom have put together 50 tips to help your school’s room parents have a great school year.
Funny, wise, and inspiring sayings to share with parents in your newsletters and emails.
Imagine what your group could do with these additions to your smartphone.
Helping your children succeed in school and beyond is easy. Just get involved.
How would your parent group play out on the small screen?
What will you do with your windfall of free time?
When parents found out their school would be shutting down just a month later, they stepped up to raise money and run the school, receiving the 2011 Parent Group of the Year award for Outstanding Effort To Overcome Adversity.
An elementary school PTA member works with others to increase student achievement through math games and puzzles.
Take our simple test to see whether your personality type makes a good PTO parent.
A mom who got involved says thanks for the memories.
Parents who cultivate relationships with teachers show their kids that the person standing in front of the blackboard is more than just a classroom figurehead.
Nothing gets you out of your own head faster than spending time with children.
The influence of parent groups on every part of life and culture has never been clearer than in these predictions.