When you’re trying to recruit new parent group officers, be direct—and have a sense of humor.
Set yourself up for a successful fall with these 31 tips on organization, communication, and more.
Looking to keep up with some PTO business this spring? Our webinar covers why insurance is important, the various types you can get, and much more. Watch now for free!
Working to form a cohesive executive board can pay off in long-term success for your parent group.
With good planning and communication, you can help ensure a quick and easy leadership transition.
Is your PTO or PTA struggling to be heard? Raise your profile and celebrate everything your group does with the free resources in our guide, for National School Parent Group Day or any time of year.
The skills you develop as a parent leader and school volunteer can give you an edge when going back to work.
Election season is starting soon. Consider these key points now to help ensure that the transition to a new board goes smoothly.
Doing these simple things will help make you a more effective PTO or PTA board member.
Disagreements among board members are bound to happen, but they don’t have to be deal breakers.
Creating an organized and energized PTO board can help you have a great year. These tips will help you all get moving in the same direction.
Advice and insight on becoming a PTO president, managing the president's responsibilities, and learning to be a great leader.
Insights from our experts and other parent group leaders for PTO vice presidents. Everything you need to know to be an effective leader.
What you need to know about PTO secretary duties, keeping minutes, managing information, and more.
Information on managing budgets, reports, and other requirements that an effective PTO treasurer knows.
Straight answers to common questions about voting, agendas, and best practices for your meetings.
Questions to ask yourself if you're thinking about retiring from your PTO leadership role.
Prepare new officers for success by making sure they have the information and training they need.
Spending a few hours together during the summer can help your group bond and be more organized and energized when school starts.