In the March/April 2019 issue
Practical tips for creating effective posts about PTO and PTA fundraisers for Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter.
Handy tips to help parents make posts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter that draw more attention to your school fundraisers.
Appreciation gifts for $5 or less will help you say thanks without breaking the bank.
School stores can be a great way to serve students and earn money for your group, too. Here are some key points to consider when setting yours up.
Gathering feedback from parents and teachers can make your programs more successful. These tips will help you create a survey and evaluate the results.
Small changes to this school’s annual event help keep it fresh year after year.
Field day activities should reinforce the message that exercise is fun. We’ve gathered ideas for traditional and not-so-traditional activities that will appeal to a wide range of children.
If your PTO has enough time, strong organization, and enthusiastic volunteers, a do-it-yourself holiday shop event can be a success!
Resources to take the guesswork out of how to get your messages out to parents.
Got some downtime with the kids? Here are 10 family-approved STEM activities to try, many using common household items.
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