Multistate Tax Commission minnesota. Agency MN Department of Revenue, Sales Use Tax Division. ContactPerson/Department Sales and Use Tax Information. ptas. ptos. Other parent groups. http://www.fundraisetaxlaw.org/mn.html
Extractions: Minnesota Contact Person/Department: Sales and Use Tax Information Tel. No.: (651) 296-6181 Fax No.: (651) 296-1938 Web site: www.taxes.state.mn.us E-mail: Larry.email@example.com 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) Private Schools (K-12) School Groups (e.g., clubs, bands, teams) PTAs PTOs Other parent groups (please identify) Church Groups Youth Sports League 501 (c)(3) organizations 501 (c)(6) organizations Other (specify:) All of these groups may be exempt if they meet the requirements specified in M.S. 297A.256 (copy attached). 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? Yes 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: Resources ... Press Releases Support the Ministry Donate Online Monthly EFT Volunteers Creative Giving ... Research Papers Family Policy Councils State Councils Legislative Action Contact Your Legislator Archives Teachers in Focus Last Updated May 18, 1998 Does the PTA Still Support Parents? Troubling Changes Within the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Dear Dr. Dobson: Last year, I was the president of our schools PTA so I received numerous publications from the National PTA office. Some of these publications concerned me, especially the ones regarding PTAs legislative agenda. Since I did not agree with the PTA regarding much of the legislation, I decided to share this information with other members of our group. To make a long story short, we voted at our last meeting to withdraw from the PTA and form an independent organization to promote parent involvement at our school. I feel that while the PTA promotes many good programs and causes, they have been promoting too many ideas that I disagree with to remain a member. Maybe there are other Christians who would feel the same way if they had more information. As this parent learned, todays PTA is involved in much more than merely helping parents raise money for their local school. It is heavily involved in promoting a controversial legislative agenda. One would think that the PTA would be a natural ally of parents in efforts to shift the power in education from the establishment bureaucracy to parents. Sadly, instead of advocating for parents, the PTA has actually become a handmaiden of the nations largest teachers union, the National Education Association (NEA). As Charlene Haar, president of the Education Policy Institute and author of
FAQs This is a summary of the FAQs that Montana Destination ImagiNation receives aboout Destination ImagiNation and Montana Destination ImagiNation and the answers. groups, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, ptas/ptos, home school programs, parent groups, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan. http://members.aol.com/montanacq/faqs.html
Extractions: Return to Top of Page If you have Adobe Reader or plan to download it (it's free) you may download a PDF version of the Passport Application Form or request one from Montana Destination ImagiNation . Decide whether you want to have one team (Individual Team) or two to five teams (5-Pak) . Print out the form, complete and send it with your method of payment to Destination ImagiNation, Inc., P. O. Box 547, Glassboro, NJ 08028 You will need to complete the Montana Destination ImagiNation Team Registration form. This form will be available in September. The completes form and your team fee should be mailed to your Regional Director by December 1st if you want the "Early Bird Discount". Don't forget you need the names of at least two appraisers and two volunteers on the second page of your registration form for it to be complete. At least one of your appraisers must be willing to come to the state tournament in March.
Publications St. Paul, minnesota. Health centers tend to overuse the highly motivatedparents who participate in ptas, ptos, and school booster clubs. http://www.healthinschools.org/pubs/access/Summer95.asp
Extractions: Summer 95 Inside this Issue School-Based Health Care Assembly Breaks New Ground M ore than 500 people from around the country gathered June 23-25 to establish a national movement to support improved health services for children through school-based health care. The conferenceappropriately titled Breaking New Ground! brought together school-based health care providers, researchers, and advocates for three days of activities in Washington, DC. "This is clearly a historic occasion," said Joy Dryfoos, a long-time leader of school-based health care. "For the first time, the entire school-based health care movement is building a strong organization with the capacity for advocacy, networking, and sharing resources." If the crowd's size and enthusiasm were any indication, the effort promises to be a major success. Conference organizers expected a turnout of 350 people, but they significantly underestimated the desire for this meeting. More than 500 attendees from 42 states and the District of Columbia flocked to Washington for the occasion. Half of the participants were people who work on the front lines of school-based health care250 health center staff and community organizers. The other half reflected interest from all quarters, including educators; health care institutions; private funders; community organizations; and local, state, and federal governments.
Resource Display to help unify and strengthen Saint Paul parent organizations (ptas, ptos, PACs) and interestsand concerns of some of the largest urban districts in minnesota. http://www.sosmn.org/script/ResourceDisplay.php?Resource=Organizations
Extractions: Proctor Journal Proctor, Minnesota Regular School Board Meeting November 6, 2001 I. A Regular School Board Meeting of the ISD 704 Board of Education was called to order at 8:01 p.m. by Jim Schwarzbauer. The meeting was held in the Senior High School Board Room. II. Roll Call and Agenda Changes Members Present: Mike Maeckelbergh, Karl Ruthenbeck, Jim Schwarzbauer, Bob Silverness, and Paul Sneide Members Absent: Kevin Maki and Larry Shelton Also in Attendance: Sherm Carlson, Superintendent III. Approval of Minutes - Regular School Board Meeting of October 15, 2001 Motion: Moved by Maeckelbergh and seconded by Sneide to approve the minutes of the Regular School Board Meeting of October 15, 2001, as submitted. Motion approved unanimously. IV. Payment of Bills Motion: Moved by Ruthenbeck and seconded by Schwarzbauer to approve: A. the payment of bills dated October 12, 2001, in amount of $34,374.26 covering checks 48250 through 48254; B. the payment of bills dated October 15, 2001, in amount of $32,135.00 covering checks 48255 and 48256; and
Bulk Grocery Coupon Booklet Purchaser Save $500 to $1 000 On Your Grocery Bills excellent fundraisers for schools, ptas/ptos, the boy scouts, sports Plymouth, minnesota 55442. If you have questions, feel free to with the state of minnesota and has been serving http://www.cyberchampion.com/coupon/bulk.htm
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South Washington County Schools NEWS Sept. 9 minnesota Primary Election. Many schools, ptas, ptos and individuals assistin sponsoring this event. Levels of sponsorship for this event are http://www.sowashco.k12.mn.us/news.asp
Extractions: A brief regular meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and will recess after informational presentations. The workshop then will continue until all potential reductions have been considered. At the conclusion of the workshop, the regular meeting will resume. Public comments will be taken at that time. Action on reductions will begin at the April 24 meeting. PHS Spaghetti dinner April 6 The Park High School Band Boosters will host a spaghetti dinner from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 6 at the American Legion, 328 Broadway Ave. in St. Paul Park. Musical entertainment will add to your dining experience. Tickets are $6 per person or $20 per family. Proceeds will be used for future activities and supplies. ECFE Garage Sale April 12 With spring just around the corner, its time to clean out those closets and be part of the ECFE Childrens Garage Sale. This is the seventh year for this highly attended fundraiser sponsored by the ECFE/SR Parent Advisory Council.
Edina Education Fund - Edina Schools Innovation differs significantly from other school fundraising organized by ptas/ptos. ISD273 District Office 5701 Normandale Road Edina, minnesota 55424, 952 http://www.edina.k12.mn.us/district/edfund/mission&history.htm
Extractions: Edina Fund for School Innovation Mission and History The Edina Fund for School Innovation supports valuable education experiences and innovative projects in the Edina Public Schools by directing, focusing, and implementing fundraising programs. The Edina Fund for School Innovation grew out of community concern that funding from public sources would not be sufficient to cover the rising costs of education, endangering Edina's long tradition of quality, challenging curriculum. The concept of the Edina Fund for School Innovation began in 1992 as a joint initiative between concerned community members and Edina Community Education Services. Since its first year of active fundraising in 1995, the Edina Fund for School Innovation has raised more than $725,000. Technology The Edina Fund for School Innovation's initial activities focused on updating and improving the technology available to Edina students. The original goal was to put a computer in very classroom a goal that would likely have taken the Edina Fund for School Innovation nearly ten years to accomplish. While the campaign raised money, it also raised the community's awareness of this critical need for the school district to keep pace with innovations in technology that expand our students' knowledge and skills. With the Edina Fund for School Innovation's successful efforts in leading this initiative, Edina residents parents and non-parents alike passed the technology funding referendum in May 1998.
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Start Searching! dedicated to helping parent teacher groups (like ptos and ptas) help their schools with information on fundraising, Alabama PTA. minnesota PTA. Ohio PTA State of Ohio PTA http://search.py1.com/Society/Organizations/Education/PTA
Citizen2.html minnesota's Office of Citizenship and Volunteer Services assigns a dollar valueto parents work together in decision making through ptas, ptos, sitebased http://www2.anoka.k12.mn.us/ahnet/citizen/citizen1.html
Extractions: select a topic below: Read: Focus on ANOKA-HENNEPIN Volunteering Facts How to Volunteer Other Parent Involvement Sites Did you know.. Over 8,400 Anoka-Hennepin parents and community members volunteered in schools last year . . . In the 1999-2000 school year, parents and community members contributed over 137,965 volunteer work hours to help students learn. . Minnesota's Office of Citizenship and Volunteer Services assigns a dollar value to those volunteer work hours of $1,972,903.08 . . . 37 Anoka-Hennepin schools work in partnership with parents and community members by sponsoring volunteer programs.
The Latest PTO/PTA News | PTO Today DECEMBER 9, 2002 This minnesota mom and parent group president knows the importanceof being involved NOVEMBER 18, 2002 Mississippi ptos and ptas hold a http://www.ptotoday.com/currentnews.html
DOR News Recently, the state of minnesota required all business and individual taxpayers tofile all August 20, 2002, STATE LAW ALLOWS FLORIDA ptos, ptas TO BUY TAXFREE. http://www.myflorida.com/dor/news/
#1 Fundraisers Fundraising, Inc. Purpose of this Web Site Each year, schools, school groups, ptas, ptos, youth sportsleagues and other Nov 2, minnesota Valley Country Club Cocktails, dinner http://www.1-fundraisers-fundraising.com/fundraisers.asp
Noticias Translate this page a Fotsis (21 ptos) y Salomon (23 ptos) que lo por ocho años y percibirá 900 millonesde ptas. enfrento a Memphis Grizzlies ante los minnesota Timberwolves, a http://mundogasol.metropoliglobal.com/baloncesto/Noticias.htm
Extractions: La incorporación de Pau Gasol como titular de los Grizzlies de Memphis volvió a ser una de las claves que permitió a su equipo vencer por 123-99 a los Bulls de Chicago en partido amistoso de pretemporada disputado en La Pirámide de Memphis, Pau logró 17 puntos, 8 rebotes, 5 asistencias en 35 minutos. 19 DE OCTUBRE DE 2002 Gasol regresó a la cancha de la misma forma de las abandonó al final de la pasada temporada: por todo lo alto. En su primer partido de pretemporada, una vez superada una lesión, anotó 15 puntos y logró siete rebotes en 29 minutos para contribuir a la victoria de los Grizzlies sobre los Magic por 108-105.
ECS Education Issue Document Reconstitute ptas and ptos as Parent, Teacher, Student Harry Boyte, codirector,Center for Democracy and Citizenship, University of minnesota. http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/16/91/1691.htm
Extractions: ECS Executive Summary Education Commission of the States 700 Broadway, Suite 1200 Denver, CO 80203-3460 303-299-3600 fax 303-296-8332 www.ecs.org Every Student A Citizen: Creating the Democratic Self Campaign for Action Compact for Learning and Citizenship National Study Group on Citizenship in K-12 Schools Sheila Bailey, education consultant, Vermont Elsa Banuelos, student organizer, West High School, Colorado Jill Blair, principal, BTW Consultants informing change, California Steve Bonchek, executive director, Harmony School Education Center, Indiana Bernadette Chi, graduate student researcher, University of California-Berkeley Todd Clark, executive director, Constitutional Rights Foundation, California Thomas Ehrlich, senior scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Stanford University, California Donald Ernst, government affairs director, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Virginia Robert Franco, chairman social science; professor of anthropology, Kapi'olani Community College, Hawaii