If you are interested in being on the CCC executive board for the 2016/2017 school year, then the Nominating Committee wants to hear from you. The submission deadline February 17th.
With conflicting emotions we received Dawn Stastny’s resignation as CCC President Friday evening. I am, however, so pleased to announce we will move forward with slate of officers noted below. We were able to retain Dawn, as a very valued CCC board member, in a capacity that will not conflict with her new role on the state board. We have always been a county board of collaboration and unity so nothing changes in the way we serve the local units. I am proud to serve as your CCC President for the remainder of the school year. As stated, we have a strong team approach in supporting local units, so please feel free to reach out to me or any board member.
- Amanda Weber, President (unanimously voted in favor on 1/29/16)
- Donna High, 1st Vice President (unanimously voted in favor on 1/29/16)
- Dawn Stastny, 2nd Vice President (unanimously voted in favor on 1/29/16)
- Kathy Strom, Treasurer (no changes to this role)
- Amy Krumrey, Secretary (no changes to this role)
The Nominating Committee has been elected. We will post to FB and on the website nomination forms and contact information very soon. If you are interested in serving on the 2016/2017 CCC executive board, the Nomination Committee would love to hear from you.
Due March 11, 2016
- Reports document and evaluate your year.
- They let Georgia PTA, your District, and Council know what you’ve been doing at your Local Unit.
- They allow you to receive recognition and validate your hard work.
- They leave a guideline for the next officers.
PTA PowerPoint helps you with Report Writing: http://www.georgiapta.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Report-Writing-Workshop_CLT-2015.pdf
PTA’s stance on the Opportunity School District. This Amendment to Georgia Constitution allows the state to take over failing schools and the Governor appoints those who will then run these schools. Please educate yourself on what criteria qualifies as a failing school and understand who and how these schools will be run at the state level, not at the county and local levels. Please educate yourself and watch this video on GA PTAs stance. This is posted on our FB page as well, please share, we need to get the word out on this Amendment.
As a school district, we have brought Bing into the classroom to earn Microsoft Surface tablets for our schools. But what you may not know is that the parents at each school can do the same from home, and sign up to donate their Bing search points to their school, and those earned devices will go directly to YOUR school.
Internet Essentials from Comcast brings affordable high-speed internet into the home for a reasonable price special that has been created for children eligible for the Free and Reduced lunch kids of our schools.