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The PTA Difference
Founded in 1897, the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a nationwide network of nearly 4 million families, students, educators, and community leaders working at the school building, district, state and national levels to improve education, health and safety conditions for our children. National PTA's mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
The Mt. Lebanon Council PTA is the umbrella organization over the 10 independent PTAs (7 elementary, 2 middle, 1 high school) in the Mt. Lebanon school district. Council PTA offers support and leadership to the individual units. Council PTA also meets with the MLEA, school board, and other school administrators each month to discuss items of interest to each group.
Julia Ward Howe Elementary PTA raises funds to support programs for Howe students and families, and to purchase educational materials for the students. Howe PTA also plays a key role in communicating important information through e-newsletters and connecting members via an on-line school directory.
Howe PTA has seven meetings, typically in the evening, from September to May. PTA Membership must be renewed annually so be sure to join this year. Sign-ups begin in August.
Be sure to read Mr. Rizzutto’s weekly newsletter and visit the PTA tab on Howe’s website for news and events.
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