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1. Shawnee News-Star: Shawnee, Oklahoma's #1 News Source! Mayor Presents Proclamati
Shawnee, oklahoma. Saturday, January 11, 2003 Throughout April, the foundation will rebate $5 of every $25 membership to local ptas or ptos.
Shawnee, Oklahoma
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Web posted Friday, April 7, 2000
Mayor presents proclamations during meeting

Dixie Lee Roberson, who retired Friday as line maintenance secretary in the City of Shawnee utility department, was honored by Shawnee City Commission Monday night for her 36 years of service to city government. Mayor Chris Harden presented a framed copy of the resolution to Roberson. The crowd that nearly filled the city commission chamber gave her a standing ovation for her years of service. "I have truly enjoyed my 36 years with the city and I will miss everyone very much. Good luck to all of you," Roberson said. Harden also proclaimed five special observances this month. The first is Thursday, April 13, which she proclaimed as Father Paul Zahler Day. Father Zahler, St. Gregory's University faculty member and internationally recognized authority on mental retardation programs, will receive the Don Bodard Award at the Salvation Army annual dinner Thursday evening, April 13, at Geiger Center. Father Zahler accepted the proclamation.

2. District Digest - Plano ISD
Volume XXVI, Number 35 Thursday, May 6, 1999 School Trustees Welcome NewlyElected Member, Canvass Election Results and Elect Officers for 1999-2000 The Classics, Plano Childrens Theatre, ptas/ptos and booster clubs, Plano Symphony cities Little Rock, Arkansas; Durant, oklahoma; Chicago, Illinois; and at the National
Volume XXVI, Number 35 Thursday, May 6, 1999
1998-99 Back Issues

Top Story
School Trustees Welcome Newly-Elected Member,

Canvass Election Results and Elect Officers for 1999-2000
School Trustees Welcome Newly-Elected Member,
Canvass Election Results and Elect Officers for 1999-2000
School Trustees at their May 4 meeting canvassed the results from the May 1 School Board election, swore in new Trustees, and elected officers for the 1999-2000 school year.
New candidate Ralph Stow captured the Place 4 seat, vacated by retiring Trustee Mike Evans, with 2,168 votes. Opponents Rita Freeman and Jerry Frankel received 1,344 and 1,398 votes, respectively. In Place 5, incumbent John Muns ran unopposed and secured 3,954 votes in the election.
Trustees re-elected the existing officers for the 1999-2000 school year. They include John Muns, president; Mary Beth King, vice-president; and Gary Base, secretary.
Mr. Stow is serving his first term on the Board. Mr. Muns is serving his third term. Ms. King was elected to her second term in 1998, and Mr. Base was elected to his first term in 1997. Other members of the Board are Dr. Allan Bird, Scott Carpenter and Duncan Webb.

3. October 2000 SAI Report
oklahoma. Agency oklahoma Tax Commission. Contact Person Marjorie Welch, Business Tax Division School Groups (e.g., clubs, bands, teams) Exempt. ptas - Exempt. ptos - Exempt
SAI Report - October 2000
Reflecting Back
More Details on 'That F.E.R.P.A. Case About Kids Grading Papers'

Teacher Compensation: A Look into the Crystal Ball

Administrators Beware!
Parents are the key to reaching school improvement goals

Reflecting Back
by Dr. Gaylord Tryon, SAI Executive Director
We were saddened this month to learn of the passing of Robert Fitzsimmons, a former SAI staff member. Fitz died of cancer in his hometown of Boone, Iowa, on Aug. 26, 2000, at the age of 75.
Fitz started his career in school administration as high school principal in Mexico, Mo. From there he moved to Cedar Rapids and served as principal at Washington High School from 1962-67. Fitz was appointed as principal of Kennedy High School when the building first opened in 1967. After leaving Cedar Rapids in 1970, Fitz went to work for NASSP as Director of Student Activities.
In 1972, Fitz was appointed executive director of the Iowa Association of Secondary School principals (succeeding Del Battrick). In 1983, the Iowa Association of Secondary School Principals merged with the Iowa Association of Elementary and Middle School Principals to form the Educational Administrators of Iowa (EAI). Fitz served as associate executive director of EAI from 1983-87. On Sept. 1, 1987, the Educational Administrators of Iowa (building principals) merged with the Iowa Association of School Administrators (superintendents) to form the School Administrators of Iowa. Fitz served as Coordinator of Professional Services for SAI from Sept. 1, 1987, until his retirement on June 30, 1991.

4. The Latest PTO/PTA News | PTO Today
PTOtoday is dedicated to helping school parent groups (like ptos and ptas) help their schools with information on fundraising, playgrounds, parent involvement and more. seldom see newspaper feature stories that capture ptos so accurately. FEBRUARY 21, 2003 Nice profile here of an oklahoma PTA. FEBRUARY 6, 2003 Delaware ptos team up to bring child
Check this space frequently for the latest news and notes from the PTO world. Run into an interesting PTO tidbit? email us the news or a link to: April 10, 2003: Gold medal to this Arizona principal for understanding the importnace of involvement. Nice piece.
APRIL 9, 2003: North Carolina parent group holds a special fundraiser inorder to display their freedom quilt.
APRIL 9, 2003: Comprehensive program profile here on connecting with and involving Hispanic parents at one Atlanta school.
APRIL 9, 2003: Weather doesn't dampen the spirit of this huge community-built plaground effort.
APRIL 9, 2003: Hawaiian Luau. Coppertone. Playground. $5000. There is a connection for this West Virginia school.
APRIL 8, 2003: Principal flipping burgers at this New York PTO's McDonald's Night fundraiser.
APRIL 7, 2003: Comprehensive piece here on parental involvement challenges in North Carolina. Nicely done. First in a series.
APRIL 1, 2003:

5. Multistate Tax Commission Results
oklahoma. Agency oklahoma Tax Commission. School Groups (eg, clubs, bands,teams) Exempt. ptas - Exempt. ptos - Exempt. Other parent groups.
Oklahoma Agency: Oklahoma Tax Commission Contact Person: Marjorie Welch, Business Tax Division Tel. No.: (405) 521-3141 Fax No.: (405) 521-2036 email:
  • 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 Private Schools (K-12) - Exempt School Groups (e.g., clubs, bands, teams) - Exempt PTAs - Exempt PTOs - Exempt Other parent groups (please identify) - Not exempt Church Groups See 3 Youth Sports League - Not exempt 501 (c)(3) organizations - Exempt * 501 (c)(6) organizations - Not exempt * first $15,000 of sales by 501(c)(3) cultural organizations established to promote educational, charitable, and cultural events for disadvantaged children. 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.
  • 6. The Role Of The PTA - Oklahoma -
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    The Role of the PTA The PTA is a powerful organization affiliated with many schools across the country. Read on for information about what the PTA does at school, and how you can join the club.

    7. PTOtoday Online November 2000 Handling The Holidays
    to factor a little PC into their ptos and ptas, deciding how to deal with religious holidays is Marci Brueggen of Linwood Elementary in oklahoma City. We learn about holidays

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    FCAPAGE FOX CHAPEL AREA ASSOCIATION FOR GIFTED EDUCATION, AN AFFILIATE OF PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION FOR GIFTED EDUCATION Our web site address is VOICEMAIL LINE (412) 967-2400 mailbox 9980. FCAPAGE Board needs new members to join its board. Most of our present members have been with us for five years. Obviously, we work well together and have a passion for advocacy. However, most of the board has children in the secondary grades. We need fresh ideas, but more importantly Board members with children in the elementary buildings. Please consider joining our FCAPAGE BOARD. Call Shirley Rosarius Wiley (412) 967-9892 if you are interested in exploring the possibility. FCAPAGE and District Forum Co-host Coffee for Retiring Assistant Superintendent Dr. John Gorsin 10:15 AM on April 29 th at DMS Auxiliary Gym Dr. Gorsin has worked with the FCAPAGE Board and parents of gifted children in meeting the needs of our talented students within our district. We invite you to join us at the end of the District Forum meeting to wish him well during an informal coffee. We want to thank Deborah Driggs and District Forum for allowing us this chance to honor John Gorsin.

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    14. Chapter9
    Bell Elementary School in Stilwell, oklahoma, has concluded that efforts by civicorganizations and ptas taking up The ptos in the district also created the
    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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    17. PTA Forum With Charlene Haar Policyrev.htm
    Given the way ptas are governed, it is virtually In a public meeting in her suburbanOklahoma City school Members of ptos have found they can work through the
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    by Charlene Haar Since the publication of "A Nation at Risk" in 1983, Americans have become increasingly alarmed about the dismal results and soaring costs of their public schools. No group of citizens has a closer view of these problems or a more immediate stake in addressing them than the parents of the country's 48 million schoolchildren. Here and there, parents have won minor battles to influence curricula or oust mediocre school-board members. But as individuals, parents are no match for the forces that favor the status quo. Parents' most promising forum to agitate for reform and hold their local educators accountable for failure already exists: the venerated National Congress of Parents and Teachers, commonly known as the PTA. Unfortunately, parents cannot count on either their local PTA or its national leadership to advance parental interests or even air diverse viewpoints. As it operates today, the PTA is useless to parents who want to play a meaningful role in educational reform. The mission of the PTA has always been to "work on behalf of the best interests of all children on issues that affect their health, education, and welfare" and "to encourage parent involvement." With almost seven million members, the PTA offers great potential for promoting parental involvement in the educational welfare of children. But in the 1990s, that mission requires of the PTA something it has been unwilling to do: demand accountability for performance and spending at every level of the educational system.

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    19. Making Tech Happen Chapter 9
    Bell Elementary School in Stilwell, oklahoma, has concluded that Federal grantsbeget include extraordinary efforts by civic organizations and ptas taking up
    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
    General Approaches to Resource Acquisition
    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.
    In the questionnaire, we asked schools to indicate whether they were using a particular technical support approach and to rate how much the approach helped on a four-point scale. These questionnaire data are summarized in Table 9.1.

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