May 2017: Agenda - President's Report
Officer reports: Treasurer
Committees:Advocacy/Legislative - Cultural Arts - Curriculum - Educational Issues - Gifted Child - Membership - Nominating - Programs - Reflections - Special Education
Resolutions: Choice Study
Other info: Science Night
SEP 2016: Minutes
JUN 2016: Meeting Notes
The Delegates Assembly is the body that bridges the council and local PT(S)As. Each local unit president and up to two (2) delegates represent their PTA or PTSA at these monthly meetings.
The privileges of introducing motions and voting are limited to the voting body, consisting of the president or alternate and two accredited delegates or their alternates from member PTAs/PTSAs as well as the MCCPTA officers, the immediate past president, area vice presidents, cluster coordinators, and all MCCPTA committee chairs. The monthly meetings provide an opportunity for delegates to present ideas, debate issues, become better informed, make personal contacts with other PTA leaders, and vote on MCCPTA actions. The conduct of business is governed by Standing Rules adopted by the delegates, MCCPTA bylaws, and Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised, 11th ed. (Da Capo Press, 2011).
A number of school-related groups have designated representatives to MCCPTA. These liaisons may attend meetings—and participate in discussions if approved by the MCCPTA President—but have no vote.
MEETINGS:The Delegates Assembly generally is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month during the school year at 7:30 pm at Carver Educational Services Center in Rockville; meetings are open to all PTA members.
Meeting Materials 2016-17
Meeting Materials 2017-18
6:30pm every fourth Tuesday before the Delegates Assembly
at the Carver Educational Center Auditorium
This month's program featured MCPS Learning Management Systems Director Joel Smetanka and Dr. Kara Trenkamp from the Department of Technology Integration and Support explaining the new myMCPS Parent Portal. Plus: Niki Hazel from the Department of Elementary Curriculum explained the new elementary report card.
Missed it? Watch the rebroadcast on MCPS-TV:
9/30, 10/1, 10/7 and 8 at 9 pm
10/2 and 10/4 at 1 pm
11/4 and 5, 11/11 and 12 at 9 pm
11/6 and 11/8 at 1 pm
We also hope to post a YouTube link with the presentation soon.