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74 Years of Putting Children FIRST

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Our MISSION
To make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children. 

Hacer una realidad el potencial de cada niño al comprometer y apoderar las familias y comunidades para que intercedan por todos los niños.

Who: Moderated by Tracie Potts, Fellow for the National PTA Center for Family 

Engagement & Panelists:
Ayize Sabater, Action in Montgomery & Morgan State Family Engagement researcher
Tiona Rodgers, former Springbrook Cluster Coordinator & Broad Acres PTA President

When: Tuesday,  January 22, 2019, 6:30 PM-7:30 PM

Where:  Carver Educational Services Center (CESC) Auditorium

Please share the
attached program flyer with your school community!

Join us for a riveting presentation and panel discussion about how your PTA can help move the needle on student achievement.

  • Is your school providing hands-on opportunities to help families help their kids succeed?
  • Are teachers learning from parents?
  • How can PTA help?

MCCPTA Presents: Transformative Family Engagement 
Tuesday January 22, 2019, 6:30 - 7:30 pm

what's happening

2019 CONNECT Business Challenge

Middle School Participants Needed!

SUPPORTING

Children & Families


LEADERSHIP

for Local PTAs

​​This is an exciting new opportunity for students to experience the initial steps of a business startup while addressing a social problem in their local community. Please share widely with your school community.

WHAT: Students participating in the CONNECT Business Challenge will engage in a free after school program designed around the Junior Achievement It’s my Business!® Blended curriculum. The program will culminate with students competing against other MCPS students by pitching their ideas at the 2019 CONNECT Business Challenge.
 
WHO: 6th-8th grade MCPS students (high school students can get SSL hours)

WHEN: 3rd quarter of this school year (six sessions minimum, nine sessions recommended).

HOW CAN YOU HELP: Please support this MCCPTA/MCPS initiative by disseminating the information to your local school communities and having your local PTAs encourage teacher sponsorship of the club and student participation. Please see the
flyer for more details. We hope to have this program implemented in every MCPS middle school. While the program is under way, we will provide further notice regarding opportunities for community and family engagement.

As you know, all seventh graders in MCPS this year will explore a Junior Achievement curriculum in World Studies classes, culminating with a trip and business life simulations at the Finance Park hosted by Thomas Edison High School of Technology. Conceived as a continuation of the Finance Park financial literacy program, the CONNECT Business Challenge will give all interested MCPS middle school students further opportunities to relate course work with real world experience and build confidence in the process. Participants will learn the basics of entrepreneurship, increase motivation and forge a positive relationship with their community. MCCPTA is excited to work with MCPS, Junior Achievement and the Montgomery County Department of Recreation in providing this great learning opportunity for our students.


Please share this flyer with your school community.


Please share this announcement with your school community.

12/13         Board of Directors (7:00pm - Attention! location changed to Gaithersburg Middle School)

​1/5             Operating Budget workshop (8:30am - noon @Rockville HS
1/9             Operating Budget hearing (6:00pm @Carver Auditorium)
1/10           Board of Directors (7:30pm @Carver rm134)
1/12           Mental Mental Health & Wellness forum (time/place TBA)
1/14           Operating Budget hearing (6:00pm @Carver)
1/22           Delegates Assembly (7:30pm @Carver)

2/5             Parent Workshop Restorative Justice (6:30pm - Julius West MS)

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For more than 74 years, the Montgomery County Council of PTAs (MCCPTA)  has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the education and welfare of the children, families, and schools in Montgomery County. Parents, students and school staff, and community members are welcome to join their local PTA. Donations and sponsorships support county-wide programs and events.