For more than 70 years, MCCPTA has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the education and welfare of the children, families, and schools in Montgomery County Public Schools. 

Parents, students and school staff, and community members are welcome to join their local PTA.  Donations and sponsorships support county-wide programs and events.

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MCCPTA supports National PTA positions on safety, citizenship & equality and services for undocumented children.  Read more from the National PTA here ... 

every child. one voice.

UpComing Events

​APR 25 DELEGATES ASSEMBLY /            
              ELECTIONS
APR 29 PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL


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At Operating Budget hearings January 5 and 11, MCCPTA Cluster Coordinators testified urging the Board of Education to retain Reading Initiative teachers in all schools. Reading Initiative provides extra elementary teachers to focus on small group reading, for primary students. The Superintendent's FY 2018 Operating Budget proposal includes cuts for 35 RI teachers and 6 literacy coaches.

 
  Two important messages from MCCPTA    
​   President Lynne Harris:
​     - A Letter to MCCPTA Members (4/25/17)
     - 2017 Audit FAQ


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.

MCCPTA MEMBERSHIP: 38,372

Parents, teachers, administrators, staff, students are welcome to join the PT(S)A in your neighborhood to support advocacy in education.

Montgomery County Council of PTAs

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ADVOCACY

FOR EDUCATION

  • Are you passionate about education? 
  • Are you interested in working to close the achievement gap?
  • Do you want to ensure that students in special education have the resources they need?
  • Are you ready to help advocate for  educational resources?
  • Work with a county-wide committee.