What PTA stands for?
Parent Teachers Association (PTA) is a non-profit, non–political and non-sectarian organization made up of school staff and parents which work to support the school in a wide variety of ways.
The function of PTA is not only to help/support the school in the development of students but also to represent parents problems in front of School Management.
How do you form Parent Teacher Association?
Upon election of the members of the Managing Committee of PTA, members of the committee will nominate parents from the elected members for the post of Vice-Chairman and Joint Secretary.
The members of the Managing Committee will then elect the Vice-Chairman and Joint Secretary through vote of simple majority.
What is the purpose of a PTA?
The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a partnership between parents and educators who strive to enhance student learning and enrich the lives of the students within the school.
It is also a forum for parents to obtain knowledge and voice their opinions about what is happening in their school.
After the formation of Parents Teachers Association, the school notifies all the parents to nominate themselves for the grade representative’s position.
The communication is sent by the Principal through the Circular or display on the website.