The purpose of Northshore Council PTSA is to promote leadership, teamwork, and support all local PTAs within the Northshore School District by serving as role models, providing resource materials, training & mentoring opportunities, and to act as an information conduit to and from local PTAs. View our goals here.
UPCOMING EVENTS - NOMINATE NOW
2018-2019 Council Officer Nominations:
1st VP: Carrie McKenzie
Secretary: Rachel Northquist
Treasurer: Tricia Woods
Co-Legislative VPs: Charla Griffy-Brown/Nancy Chamberlain
VP of Events: Stacey Meyer
VP of Communications: Robin Zaback
Area VP East: Aaron Moreau-Cook
Area VP West: Marcilla Proudfit
Thank you to the nomination committee of Sherry Krainick, Melissa Reitbauer Klein and Laurie Rector for all your efforts to find amazing PTA leaders. If you have a nomination for President, please contact the nominations committee.
We regret that our 3/19 Council General Meeting will be cancelled. It is required by law to give 15 days notice prior to holding elections. Even though the nominating committee tried hard, the deadline was not able to be met. Being considerate of your time, it was decided to cancel the meeting as the main business was to hold the election. We will miss meeting with you and look forward seeing you at the May 7th general meeting where we will hold elections and host end of year training.
Focus Day 2018 Was Amazing!
We had a GREAT turnout to Olympia for Focus Day on January 29, 2018, with over 25 persons in attendance from Northshore Council PTAs. In addition to meeting all 12 of our legislators and making your voices heard, 4 parents testified on specific bills throughout the day.
Learn more about our legislative priorities here: http://www.wastatepta.org/advocacy/index.html
Hear WSPTA President Barbara Martin's speech here: https://m.facebook.com/story.php…
Membership Goal: 8,400
As of 10.30.17: 7,123
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