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Sunday, February 17, 2019

PTA Founders Day

 1970 the National Congress of Parents and Teachers (PTA) and the National Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers merged to serve all children. Now the largest volunteer child advocacy organization in the nation. The association fights for good education for all children as well as

  • Creation of Kindergarten classes
  • Child labor laws
  • Public health service
  • Hot and healthy lunch programs
  • Juvenile justice system
  • Mandatory immunization
  • Arts in Education
  • School Safety
The PTA organization celebrates founders day on February 17th. Together the group works to give every child an education with good health and safety. The members pledge to:
  • Be a powerful voice for all children
  • Be a relevant resource for parents
  • Be a strong advocate for public education
The PTA was created to improve the lives and future of all children Women who were full of imagination and courage came together to form the organization. 

Founders Day celebrates the role that the PTA has played locally regionally and nationally. The support that they offer parents to become involved and work for all children and families. Founders day is a day to honor founders Phoebe Apperson Hearst and Alice McLellan Birney. It is also a day to honor Georgia's Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers Selena Sloan Butler

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