California State PTA (CAPTA) is holding its first-ever Virtual Summer Leadership Academy! Summer is the perfect time for you as a PTA leader to hone your leadership skills in preparation for the coming school year and get up to speed on what you need to know to more effectively run your PTA.
This training will be spread out over three sessions in July and August. In July, CAPTA will offer training for treasurers and presidents, plus classes in compliance, membership basics, and how to use the TOTEM electronic membership system. The August sessions will be issue-based and will cover subjects such as advocacy, family engagement, fundraising, and education. Learn more by browsing the schedule below.
The fee is $20 per PTA unit, and your board members can attend as many classes as they’d like.
Click the button below to register. We look forward to seeing you there!
California State PTA is committed to giving you the most up-to-date information about coronavirus. Please visit the California State PTA website HERE to find information about:
- Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- School closures
- Convention 2020 update
- PTA state office update
- 2020 Census update
If you are a PTA leader looking for information about how to handle meetings, elections, and financial transactions during the coronavirus outbreak, visit the Resources for Leaders page.
If you are looking for distance-learning resources and ideas, visit the Resources for Parents and Families page.
If you are looking for legislation enacted to help those affected by the coronavirus, please visit the Enacted Legislation page.
Insurance: We’ve Got Your PTA Covered
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California State PTA is committed to ensuring you have the best possible insurance coverage and service to protect your unit and your members. The 2020 Insurance Guide is here! Download the current guide here to learn more about how California State PTA provided insurance protects your PTA.
Insurance Webinar Recording Now Available to View Online
If you missed CAPTA’s annual insurance webinar on February 13, or if you attended but want to watch again, a recording of this important learning session can now be found online HERE.
During the webinar, CAPTA reviewed coverage, changes in benefits, incident reporting forms and more details about the insurance policies and services that protect your unit and your members, and support your activities.
Have a question about your insurance? The Insurance Guide, FAQs, contact information for PTA’s insurance broker, and additional information can be found at www.capta.org/insurance.