AT THE STATE LEVEL The Kentucky PTA Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers who oversee our statewide efforts to advocate on behalf of children and youth, to increase parent involvement in the schools, to promote education, health and welfare issues, and provide support services, guidance, and leadership training for local units and their individual board members.
Kentucky PTA's board development committee works to build a pool of qualified and interested individuals for potential service on our PTA board of directors. Service may be needed now or at a later date and includes positions of officers, chairmen, committee members, and consultants. Please fill out the Leader Referral form and return to the Kentucky PTA.
There are other ways to be involved with Kentucky PTA.
Do you live in the greater Frankfort area or are you willing to go there to help prepare materials for mailing and conferences?
PTA is asked to participate in a variety of ways with other state agencies and organizations. (Examples - an information booth at the Kentucky Association of School Councils conference or serving on a committee for special needs children)
Kentucky PTA has several seats on the Kentucky Education Commissioner's Parent Advisory Council which meets four (4) times a year.
AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL
The district PTA leaders are liaisons between our local PTAs and PTSAs and the Kentucky PTA. They provide on-going support services, attend PTA functions, arrange training for local units, and coordinate district level student recognitions. Each of the PTA districts are unique in size and needs. Please contact Kentucky PTA for more information. email@example.com or 502-226-6607.
AT THE LOCAL LEVEL
Our local PTAs and PTSAs are always looking for individuals to help in the local school. Listening to a child read, organizing a book fair, planning a college information night for parents, or a social event for middle level students, helping audit the financial records of the association, or speaking to a class about a career - the list of volunteer needs is long and varied. There are roles in leadership positions that involve a regular commitment, there are one time commitments and everything in between. The new National PTA "Three for Me" is one example of how a small time commitment can make a huge impact for children.
For information about volunteering and service opportunities with Kentucky PTA call 502-226-6607 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org