Join District 10 PTA for the 2023 Spring Conference
Officer Elections, Awards & Recognition, hear from Council Presidents and more...
As this is an election year and to verify voting credentials, we kindly request attendees to preregister at the following link for this in-person only event: 2023 District 10 PTA Spring Conference. Please have your delegates attend to elect your 2023-2025 District 10 PTA Board officers.
Per Georgia PTA guidelines, local units and councils must be in good standing for representative delegates to vote in the District 10 elections. Please contact your PTA Council if you have questions regarding selecting your delegates to represent your PTA.
Do not forget to bring your membership card!
Distrct 10 PTA Board of Directors
Georgia PTA District 10
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Baker Street NE
Courtland Street NE
Georgia PTA District 10 supports all of the schools and children of Fulton County.
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Join District 10 PTA for the 2023 Spring Conference
Are you a new, past, or future PTA/PTSA officer? Join District 10 for Virtual Officer training. Visit Georgia PTA District 10 website to register. Training begins August 8th.
CDLT 2022 - August 26-28, 2022
Callaway Resort & Gardens 4500 Southern Pine DrivePine Mountain, GA 31822
Registration Cost - $75.00
For reservations call 706-663-2281 (Push 2 for group sales) Room Block is under Council District Leadership Conference. If you would like to arrive the day before (August 25) the group rate will apply.
District 10 joins Georgia PTA in welcoming Raymond Lee Smith, MBA, M.Ed as the New Executive Director of Georgia PTA.
Georgia State School Superintendent Candidate Forum
Georgia PTA invites you to join a webinar on May 19, 2022, at 2pm, to hear from candidates running for Georgia State School Superintendent.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar: Georgia State School Superintendent Candidate Forum.
Register at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rrT3C2UjQY67ZD_8VBZl6A
National PTA is celebrating 125 years of advocating for children and Georgia PTA invites you to celebrate too!
[ Wear RED for EDucation! ]
Designed to help child advocates speak up for the health and well-being of all children, PTA Day at the Georgia State Capitol will provide leaders the resources needed to strengthen our state level advocacy efforts.
The event is scheduled for Tuesday, March 22, 2022 9AM at the Fulton County Government Center Assembly Hall, 141 Pryor Street, Atlanta, GA 30303 for a short program, then on to the Capitol to advocate.
CHECK IN STARTS AT 8:30 AM!
REGISTRATION: $25 for PTA members, $35 for non-PTA members (includes Birney-Butler local unit membership) - BOX LUNCH FROM JASON’S DELI INCLUDED WITH EACH REGISTRATION
SPACE IS LIMITED!
A separate online registration will need to be completed for each attendee. Payment must be made via credit card or e-check. Remember registration must be submitted online; no mail in registrations will be processed.
CDC Social Distancing Guidelines will be exercised. Masks are encouraged.
Thanks in advance for all you do! If there is any additional assistance required or you have questions, please let us know!
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Molly Welch's website is here: http://www.asecondlater.com
" In 2008 while traveling down the highway close to Auburn University, Molly briefly looked away from the road and wound up in a head-on collision. She sustained a traumatic brain injury, and to this day has no use of her right arm, limited use of her right leg, and a softer voice. Since her accident, she has worked tirelessly to help others avoid such a fate. Molly Welch, founder of the non-profit organization, A Second Later, has dedicated her life to ending distracted driving. Her mission is to bring awareness to the dangers and realities of distracted driving."
About Molly and A Second Later (https://www.facebook.com/asecondlater/)
A Second Later A Second Later was created in order to spread the message of the dangers of distracted driving.
The new year is arriving with COVID-19 continuing to be a challenge in our community. According to the December 30, 2021, Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) Epidemiology Report, there has been a dramatic increase in positive cases in Fulton County, with some municipalities reaching historic highs. Therefore, in consultation with the FCBOH, Fulton County Schools (FCS) will implement the following changes for the start of second semester.
• The district will begin with remote learning for all students on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, through Friday, January 7, 2022.
• Face-to-face instruction will return on Monday, January 10, 2022. Utilizing the Closing Matrix, schools with positive COVID-19 cases equal to or greater than one percent of the student/staff population will continue with remote learning until the number of cases decrease.
• Masks will be required in all FCS facilities January 10 through January 21, 2022.
• Staff will report remotely on Monday and Tuesday, January 3 and 4, 2022, and report in-person beginning Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
Please remember COVID-19 is an ever-changing situation, one we cannot predict. We will continue to communicate changes as they occur. We implore our community do all they can to be safe. We strongly encourage people to get vaccinated. Please follow public health guidelines and report any positive COVID-19 cases to the Parent or Employee portals.
FREE Admission Made Possible By Porsche The health and safety of our visitors and staff are our top priority. We have implemented procedures to ensure our guests remain safe amidst Covid-19, including personal protective equipment (PPE), temperature scanners, and automated admission kiosks. Visitors are also required to wear a mask and so...
Fulton County Schools joins the metro Atlanta region and fans everywhere in celebrating the World Champion Atlanta Braves. All schools and administrative offices will be closed this Friday, November 5th. Go Atlanta Braves
Good morning! Don’t forget to vote YES today!
Future of education sales tax awaits Nov. 2 decision With early voting underway, Fulton County voters are deciding whether to extend a 1-cent education sales tax to fund $1.2 billion in renovations and other needs in the school system
*good morning district 10*
Parents should have conversations about sexual health and relationships with their children beginning at an early age. But many parents find these talks awkward and challenging. The Fulton County Board of Health has support for you! The Let’s Talk Party will be hosted by the Division of Health Promotion’s Adolescent Health and Youth Development (AHYD) Program and Skills Knowledge and Youth Empowerment Project (SKYE) Project.
The first five parents to register will receive a $25 gift card. You must attend the Let’s Talk Party to claim your prize.
The Let’s Talk Party will:
Include a panel discussion of experts in adolescent health.
Provide conversation tips and starters.
Provide practice strategies with feedback from peers and youth-serving professionals.
Give parents tools that increase confidence and comfort to have effective, age-appropriate talks with young people of all ages.
more prizes for participation throughout the Let’s Talk Party event.
Thursday, October 21, 2021
6:30 p.m. 7:45 p.m.
Help us spread the word and please go vote for - ESPLOST - Pennies for Education!!
Pennies for Education Learn why it is important to vote YES for the E-SPLOST VI Renewal Campaign for the Fulton County Sch
Good morning everyone!
Please join us on Friday, October 8th at 12pm E.T.
International Day of Girls
Home - National Center for Civil and Human Rights Looking for something to do in Atlanta? Visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and explore the museum connects the history of civil rights movements to the human rights movements of today.
Next Tuesday and Thursday, FCS will host four community engagement meetings to share information about the projects in our Capital Plan 2027 and funding options, such as ESPLOST (one-penny sales tax for education).
Two virtual meetings are set from Noon to 1:00 p.m. (enjoy a snack while learning about ESPLOST) and two are in the evening (6-7 p.m.) for those who want an in-person learning experience.
More at www.fultonschools.org/ESPLOST.
Good evening everyone just a reminder and I will be reminding you all week!!!
Please remember Saturday, September 18th| 10am to 1pm
FREE COVID VACCINE!!🙌🏻
- we can do this, so please spread the word!-
Mask up and be safe everyone!
As Fulton County Schools continues to monitor the spike in COVID-19 cases across our community, the district maintains its commitment to safety, while providing high quality, uninterrupted face-to-face instruction and seeking to provide choices for our families.
Since the start of the pandemic, FCS has focused on developing mitigation strategies to help reduce the spread of the virus in our schools. Therefore, due to the increased and sustained levels of high community spread across the cities in Fulton County, FCS has now created a Mitigation Matrix, which aligns mitigation strategies to the potential of these increased numbers. In the Mitigation Matrix, as the level of infection in the wider community increases, the intensity of the district’s response increases as well. When the rate of infection declines, the intensity of our mitigation practices will relax. The Mitigation Matrix will take effect immediately.
At its lowest level, the district is currently requiring masks and limiting visitors in all schools. The level of mitigation increases in proportion to the number of cases in the community, with the final level transitioning to remote learning. Progression of cases per 100,000 indicates the restrictions employed at schools within certain municipal boundaries.
Please continue to employ practices to contain the level of infection in our communities, like physical distancing and frequent hand washing, which help keep our students and schools safe and focused on learning. Be sure to report any positive cases through the employee or parent portal.
Watch this video: https://youtu.be/umFXgB7oM1Q.
FCS Students and Families:
Let’s protect ourselves and each other.
Join us at one of our upcoming FREE vaccination events!
Available for everyone ages 12 and over.
$50 GIFT CARDS* FOR FULTON SCHOOLS STUDENTS AND FAMILY MEMBERS FOR EACH DOSE OF THE COVID-19 VACCINE!
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 | 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.
Second doses October 9, 2021
Creekside High School
7405 Herndon Road
Fairburn, GA 30213
Tri Cities High School
2575 Harris Street
East Point, GA 30344
SATURDAY, SEPT. 25 | 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M.
Second doses October 9, 2021
Banneker High School
6015 Feldwood Road
College Park, GA 30349
Westlake High School
2400 Union Road SW
Atlanta, GA 30331
Download this flyer for more information and to pre-register (English and Spanish)
*Gift cards limited to the first 250 people vaccinated.
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Join Us Tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET for
Student to Student: The Interconnection of Environmental Justice & Race
Our environment needs us! Join The Center for an in-depth discussion on the interconnection between Environmental Justice and Race. With our incredible panelists, we will explore the ways environmental and health inequities irregularly affect minority communities and discuss the role race plays in these inequities. Let’s look towards the future – How can youth involvement in environmental justice help lead to change? Education is a crucial first step in preventing environmental injustices today, so log on to this virtual program ready to learn and ready to work!
Student to Student: The Interconnection of Environmental Justice & Race - National Center for Civil and Human Rights Join The Center for an in-depth discussion on the interconnection between Environmental Justice and Race. With our incredible panelists, we will dive into the history of environmental justice, explore the causes of environmental inequities that irregularly affect minority communities, and discuss th...
Today FCS announces the intent to expand learning options for families to include K-2 remote learning and a K-8 mask-optional hub. Tune in to the FCS Board Meeting live stream today at www.fultonschools.org to learn more. Download a PDF of Dr. Looney’s presentation https://bit.ly/3jOUi2T
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream and PTA Membership! Because of the pandemic, last year was a challenge for all of us but 2021-2022 can and will be different! This is our opportunity to build back our membership and make it even stronger by providing that personal connection between home and school. We can show our school communities the value of PTA....
NEWS from North Fulton Community Charities!
Check it out!
NFCC Distributed More Than 1,800 BackPacks to Children in Need - NFCC Roswell, GA (August 4, 2021) – North Fulton Community Charities’ (NFCC) annual Back to School program distributed backpacks filled with school supplies to more than 1,800 students in grades K-12 this year. The Back to School program serves local families in need and helps to alleviate the financ...
-Good afternoon district 10!
Hope everyone had a fabulous summer and ready to have an awesome school year!-
*Please read below the FCS update*
FCS Friends and Partners,
See the update below shared with our employees today.
COVID-19 cases continue to rise again in Georgia and Fulton County. Fulton County Schools officials are closely monitoring data and consulting with public health officials as we strive to begin the new school year in-person with face-to-face instruction.
As indicated earlier this week, FCS will make decisions based on local data taken from the Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) Epidemiology Reports and has determined schools and facilities located in municipalities where the rate of infection exceeds 100 per 100,000 residents will require all students, personnel, and visitors to wear masks until such time as the level of spread drops.
The FCBOH August 4, 2021 report indicates the COVID incidence rates for each municipality. Thirteen of the 14 cities in Fulton County exceeded the level public health officials consider “High Community Spread.” Therefore, schools and facilities in these jurisdictions will require masks effective Monday, August 9. A complete list of affected schools can be found here and will be updated weekly.
Additionally, all FCS staff and students are required to report a confirmed positive case of COVID-19, a pending COVID-19 test result (regardless of the reason for testing), and a direct contact with a person who is COVID-19 positive.
Following updated Georgia Department of Public Health (GaDPH) guidelines for quarantine procedures, FCS will now allow all students, regardless of vaccination status, to continue reporting to school after a direct contact if the individual:
(1) is/remains symptom free, and
(2) wears a mask while on school district property for 10 days after exposure.
All students who report a pending test result may continue reporting to school if the individual:
(1) is/remains symptom free, and
(2) wears a mask while on school district property until the test results are received and reported.
Public health officials strongly encourage individuals directly exposed to COVID-19 to get tested after 3-5 days of the exposure.
Thank you for your partnership during this pandemic. Our ability to continue moving forward depends on all of us wearing masks, staying home when sick, and following all the other mitigation strategies recommended to reduce the spread of the virus. We remain committed to providing a safe learning environment while providing our students the very best educational opportunities.
Good afternoon, announcement from Fulton county schools.
Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention in K-12 Schools and ECE Programs Actions K-12 schools can take to slow the spread of COVID-19
Good Afternoon Friends and Partners – Please share the 2021 VOX Teen Survey with teens and youth-serving professionals that you work with or may know. This is a great resource for understanding local youth. The survey link is below and flyers attached. Thank you!
Youth ages 12+ - we want to hear from you!
Click on bit.ly/voxsurvey21 to speak up about what matters to GA youth today!
VOX ATL's annual survey is mobile-friendly, takes less than 10 min, and all participants are eligible to win $50!
All Children 12 and older are now eligible to be Vaccinated!
*Find more information at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta* (CHOA )
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