Your principal has to carry many responsibilities. Are you adding to them?
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.
Everything you need to hold this fun and popular fundraiser: step-by-step video, detailed instructions and photos, and more.
Customizable flyer that can be changed to share your group’s duct-tape fundraiser details. (Principal not included!)
12 tips from a former principal to create and foster a strong relationship with your school administrator.
TeacherLists is the smarter way for schools to manage, share, and find supply lists. Use TeacherLists to make back-to-school work better—for everyone.
Straight answers to your tough questions from our expert, an experienced principal, teacher, and PTO president.
More of your questions answered by our expert, an experienced principal, teacher, and PTO president.
Building good working relationships with school staff takes open communication and mutual respect.
For many parents, opportunities to interact with the school principal can be rare. Your parent group can help facilitate connection.
We asked principals to tell us the most important things PTOs and PTAs can do for their school. Here are their top answers.
Our best tips on fostering a good relationship with your school's principal that lasts the whole year through.
Use these ideas to work more effectively with your school administrator.
If the leadership is changing at your school, take advantage of the opportunity to find a true partner.
A change in school leadership is the perfect time to look at the role of the PTO; parent leaders and administrators share how they forge strong relationships.
Working well with your school’s top administrator is important for PTO and PTA leaders. Here’s how to tackle some common sticking points.