Help parents at your school learn the risks kids face online.
The vice president’s role is often the least understood, but the office provides a real opportunity for a motivated PTO leader.
An outline of weekly and monthly tasks, characteristics of a good PTO or PTA vice president, and other job requirements.
Simple tasks that will make you a better parent group board member.
How to lead a committee, including getting organized, finding the information you need, and engaging volunteers.
Key points for super-involved leaders who want to get parents on their side.
Take the quiz to see what your strengths are as a leader and determine which skills could use some work.
These processes for reaching a decision can help parent group leaders get past (or avoid) a stalemate.
It can be challenging to find balance. But a little strategy, a little organization, and a lot of support from friends and family go a long way.
Some advance preparation and a few best practices will help your next presentation go smoothly despite any butterflies.
Information on getting organized, getting your group focused, communicating with parents, and more.
See how your group's attitudes and practices for building parent involvement measure up.
When members resist change, reduce the chance of conflict with patience and understanding.