Extractions: January 1998 When Lynn Townsend's daughter was a sophomore at South Laurel High School in London, Ky., she couldn't get into the Latin class she needed to continue her studies from the previous year. Townsend went to the school's open house to learn how to remedy the situation. By the time she left, Townsend had joined the school's committee on restructuring time, which was charged with finding a way to improve teaching and learning at the school. "I chose the busiest committee in the history of the school," Townsend jokes, explaining that its membersparents, students, community members, and educatorslooked at different time restructuring models, visited schools, and listened to speakers explain their options. The committee eventually recommended, and the school council adopted, a four-block school day. Beyond Fundraising and Baking Cookies Under the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA), most schools in the state are required to have a councilmade up of two parents, three teachers, and the principalto make decisions to improve student learning. Councils determine the curriculum, assign students to classes, determine how time is structured, allocate use of school space, and make decisions about instructional practices, discipline and classroom management, and extracurricular programs. Most schools also have committees, which include parents such as Townsend, to investigate topicsincluding the school budget and curriculum and instruction issuesand inform the council.
AISD Celebrations Curriculum Based on kentucky's Learning Goals and Academic Expectations Community Support ptas, ptos, Booster Clubs, Interactive Parents, Partners in Education, Area Education http://www.ashland.k12.ky.us/celebrations.htm
Multistate Tax Commission kentucky. Contact Department Division of Compliance Taxpayer Assistance SalesTax Section. ptas Exempt. ptos - Exempt. Other parent groups. (please identify). http://www.fundraisetaxlaw.org/ky.html
Extractions: Kentucky Contact Person/: Kim Wakeland, Supervisor Tel. No.: (502) 564-5170; ext. 4118 Fax No.: (502) 564-2041 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org If your State exempts fundraising sales by certain groups from sales or use taxes, please indicate which of the following are exempt in your State. Public Schools (K-12) - Exempt (1) Private Schools (K-12) - Exempt (1) School Groups (e.g., clubs, bands, teams) - Exempt (1) PTAs - Exempt PTOs - Exempt Other parent groups (please identify) Church Groups - Not Exempt Youth Sports League - Not Exempt 501 (c)(3) organizations - Not Exempt 501 (c)(6) organizations - Not Exempt Other (specify:) 1a Are local sales and use taxes in your State applied to these groups in the same manner as State sales and use taxes are applied to these groups? N/A 1b Please set forth any comments including a list of groups not listed above whose fundraising activities are exempt from sales and use taxation in your State. If your State exempts fundraising sales of certain products from sales and use tax, please indicate which of the following products are exempt.
Extractions: RECEIVE EMAIL UPDATES: SEARCH PTO TODAY: By Tim Sullivan It was perhaps the loudest reaction on the first day of the 2000 national PTA convention in Chicago. Illinois Superintendent of Schools Dr. Glenn McGee remembered a day earlier in his career when he made the mistake of referring to parent groups as PTOs. Almost on cue, the crowd of 1,500 or so PTAers roared their disapproval. Loud boos echoed through the cavernous meeting hall. He may as well have said that he hated the Cubs, the White Sox, the Bulls, and the Bears. Why the strong emotions? Are PTOs hurting kids or doing something wrong? While no PTA defenders go that far, there is a subtle but undeniable implication that those groups that arent part of the PTA are in some way choosing to abandon the cause of children. For some groups, the PTO vs. PTA debate is simply a matter of dollars and cents (either we dont want to send any money out of our school or are we getting enough service for the money we send out of our school?). For others, though, the debate takes on a significantly increased importance. If we dont speak for all children, then who will? the PTAs most loyal defenders often ask. Independence vs. Affiliation
The Latest PTO/PTA News | PTO Today DECEMBER 23, 2002 Parent Involvement is no problem for this kentucky community,with more then 20,000 NOVEMBER 18, 2002 Mississippi ptos and ptas hold a http://www.ptotoday.com/currentnews.html
Read 1_1.htm Under the kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA), most schools in the state are Traditional parent involvement organizations, including ptas, ptos, and PTSAs, continue to play http://www.ascd.org/pdi/demo/parent/read1_1.htm
Extractions: By Karen Rasmussen When Lynn Townsend's daughter was a sophomore at South Laurel High School in London, Ky., she couldn't get into the Latin class she needed to continue her studies from the previous year. Townsend went to the school's open house to learn how to remedy the situation. By the time she left, Townsend had joined the school's committee on restructuring time, which was charged with finding a way to improve teaching and learning at the school. "I chose the busiest committee in the history of the school," Townsend jokes, explaining that its membersparents, students, community members, and educatorslooked at different time restructuring models, visited schools, and listened to speakers explain their options. The committee eventually recommended, and the school council adopted, a four-block school day. Beyond Fundraising and Baking Cookies Under the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA), most schools in the state are required to have a councilmade up of two parents, three teachers, and the principalto make decisions to improve student learning. Councils determine the curriculum, assign students to classes, determine how time is structured, allocate use of school space, and make decisions about instructional practices, discipline and classroom management, and extracurricular programs. Most schools also have committees, which include parents such as Townsend, to investigate topicsincluding the school budget and curriculum and instruction issuesand inform the council.
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Extractions: All Fundraising Companies Directory Home Free Fundraising Information Index of 100's of Fundraising Products Special Event Fundraiser s American Clothing Recycling Co. [Seymour, Connecticut] Recycling, Special Events CompuThon - SuperThons walk-a-thons. Finally, a better way to raise money for your group! Year after year, schools and youth groups agonize over how to raise money. No door-to-door. No waste or returns. No hassles with collections. No products to buy or deliver. Much less work. More profits for your group. (800-327-0332) [Tampa, Florida] A Nite At The Races [Jupiter, Florida] Wesleyan Thespians - Mystery dinner kits. Can fund raisers be fun raisers Absolutely!! Wesleyan Thespian Mystery Dinner Kits include scripts, clues, solutions and detailed instructions on how to present mystery dinner performances which we would like to share with your church or organization. ( e-mail [Marshfield, Massachusetts] NameBeads International - Over 500 schools in 3 years have conducted this unique fundraiser and you should too. No money upfront. We provide a beautiful full color brochure to help you group sell personalized products. Each item is custom-made with handcrafted ceramic beads that spell out a first name or saying. ( ) [St. Clair, Missouri]
Washington, DC Hosts FAST-WORKS tie parents back to the school. Teachers, ptas, and ptos throughout. the New York tristate area are O k l a h o m a . Tennessee, kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/FAST/news/Newsletters/006_winter_2002.pdf
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Hunt Primary School our meetings anyway, let alone charging them to be members, observes Sue Walter,a PTO president in London, kentucky, echoing the ptos and ptas are more http://www.myschoolonline.com/folder/0,1872,12692-52123-16-46954,00.html
KyCycList - Jul 2001: Separate Churches? So many schools used to be ptas but now they are The downside is the ptos, etc.,is they lose their org home of kentucky Cycling List see the FAQ page for http://www.kycyclist.org/jul2001/0018.html
Page Title maintains a Washington lobbying office and most state ptas advocate at observes SueWalter, a PTO president in London, kentucky, echoing the The Rise of ptos. http://fhcspto.org/page5.html
Extractions: The technical differences between a PTA and a PTO are fairly simple. The national PTA is a formal membership organization headquartered in Chicago with a 103-year history of working for children. Local groups that choose to belong to the PTA must pay dues to the state and national organization and abide by state and national group rules. In return they get member benefits, and they get a voice in the operations of the larger organization. PTA groups also have a political voice, as the national PTA maintains a Washington lobbying office and most state PTAs advocate at their respective state capitals. The PTA protects its name, so thatin theoryonly dues-paying members of the group can call themselves "PTA." "PTO," on the other hand, is a more generic term. It generally represents the thousands of groups that choose to remain independent of the PTA. The acronym PTO is the most popular name, but other common monikers include PCC, PTG, and HSA. These are most often single-school groups that operate under their own by-laws andby and largeconcern themselves with the goings-on at their school, or in their town only. For years, the debate has been exceedingly simple to frame. Do we want to be part of something larger and spend our group dollars outside of our school? Or do we want to focus exclusively on our school where our kids are? Since the PTA was (and still is) the only formal national school parent group, the decision has often been PTA or not-PTA.
Extractions: Pick A Degree AA in General Studies BS in Business *Accounting *Administration *Information Systems *Management *Marketing *Project Management *E-Business (NEW!) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (For RN's Only) BS Info Technology *Database Management *Networks and Telecommunications *Programming and Operating Systems *Systems Analysis *Web Management GRADUATE DEGREES MA Ed/ Curriculum and Tech. MA Org. Mgmt. MBA *Accounting *Global Management *Technology Management MS Computer Information MS Nursing DOCTORAL DEGREES Doctor of Mgmt. in Org. Leadership Home My Account Distance Learning Financial Aid ... Education : PTA Description See also: Home: Family: Parenting Home: Family: Parenting: Resources: Educational Reference: Education: K through 12: Parents National PTA - Oldest and largest volunteer association in the United States working exclusively on behalf of children and youth. New easier-to-navigate site Sept. 2001. PTOtoday Magazine - PTO today is dedicated to helping parent teacher groups (like PTOs and PTAs) help their schools with information on fundraising, playgrounds, parent involvement and more. Alabama PTA Alaska PTA Arizona PTA Arkansas PTA - The official Web site for the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers.
Find Sales Lead Intenet Directory ptos and ptas) help their schools with information on fund raising, playgrounds,parent involvement and more. http//www.ptotoday.com/ Contact Us. kentucky http://www.findsaleslead.com/sub_category.asp?sec=6378&mcat=1
Chapter9 extraordinary efforts by civic organizations and ptas taking up the County PublicSchools in Buckner, kentucky, has a The ptos in the district also created the http://www.netc.org/cdrom/seirtec/html/chapter9.htm
Extractions: CHAPTER NINE RESOURCES Finding the resources to finance, maintain, and upgrade equipment, and to provide teacher training and technical support is universally one of the biggest hurdles that schools face when it comes to technology implementation. For many, the funds are simply unavailable via the conventional means of local tax-based school financing. Despite this fact, we found schools and districts in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the nation that have somehow managed to establish exemplary technology programs. How did they do it? In a word, they did everything . While we collected questionnaire information on a number of typical sources of funds (see below), schools provided literally dozens of interesting examples of how to approach fundraising. Some fostered and rewarded grantsmanship among their faculty; others developed alliances with community groups; and still others were able to steer traditional educational funding vehicles into more direct support of technology. Many schools identified non-monetary in-kind resources such as volunteers, bartering relationships, and corporate contributions of hardware and software. The best schools (from a resource acquisition perspective) had fairly elaborate strategies and tactics that combined all of these elements. One of the areas we focused particular attention on was how schools make effective use of Federal or state technology grant programs. This is an area where there is much opportunity for creative and effective public policy, as well as for some dreadful mistakes.
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Local - The Enquirer - February 17, 1997 Sign up for free webspace and easyto-use templates to build a teacher, school, or community-group website. Improve communication with parents and students by having your own class website. http://enquirer.com/editions/1997/02/17/loc_pta.html
Extractions: /* You may give each page an identifying name, server, and channel on the next lines. */ var pageName="" var server="" var channel="" var pageType="" var pageValue="" var prop1="" var prop2="" var prop3="" var prop4="" var prop5="" var prop6="news" var prop7="" var prop8="" var prop9="" var prop10="" /********* INSERT THE DOMAIN AND PATH TO YOUR CODE BELOW ************/ /********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING ELSE BELOW THIS LINE! *************/ var s_code=' ' E N Q U I R E R L O C A L N E W S C O V E R A G E Kathy Slaughter has seen hundreds of parents pass through the stages of school involvement. There are the early years, when children begin school and parents are there to help in the classroom. On weekends they volunteer to paint hallways or raise money for new computers. Eventually, they move on to school committees, helping make some of the decisions.
Making Tech Happen Chapter 9 a local tax obligation, the cable company in Frankfort, kentucky, worked out Examplesinclude extraordinary efforts by civic organizations and ptas taking up http://www.southern.org/pubs/MTH/MT9.html
Extractions: Chapter 9 - Resources Finding the resources to finance, maintain, and upgrade equipment, and to provide teacher training and technical support is universally one of the biggest hurdles that schools face when it comes to technology implementation. For many, the funds are simply unavailable via the conventional means of local tax-based school financing. Despite this fact, we found schools and districts in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the nation that have somehow managed to establish exemplary technology programs. How did they do it? As an additional component of this chapter, we provide some information on the use of various information resources available through the Federal government. Not only is money essential for acquiring technology but so is good information about the availability of Federal programs and information sources. Questionnaire Data: Awareness, Use and Helpfulness of Resources In this area, we identified a list of nine very general approaches to expanding the resource base available to schools involved in implementing technology. It included various sources of resources (e.g., private versus public), various types of resources (e.g., money versus in-kind), and different types of relationships with the resource providers.