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1. Information On The Soho Center's National Child Care Resource Directory
on Children and Families created the West virginia Family Leadership Project to explore and Starting Point Centers. ! ptas and ptos. ! 4H. ! Parent Educator Resource Centers
V irginia Special Edition Distributed This Month!
An Inexpensive and Innovative Project Every State Should Consider!

T he Soho Center has just delivered 10,000 copies of a Special Virginia Edition of our well-reviewed CHILD/2000 National Child Care Resource Directory for distribution state-wide. Recipients include 10,000 Head Start Centers, licensed child day centers, religiously exempted child day centers, licensed family day homes, voluntarily registered family day homes, and local agency-approved providers. It's going to help a lot of kids. If your agency is looking for a high-quality way to help child care providers and/or child care sites state-wide, we can create the same sort of custom edition for you - including any special messages or state-specific information you want to include!
The Resource Directory The Directory includes hundreds and hundreds of sources for no-cost, low-cost, and competitively-priced materials, brochures, books, toys, safety products, children's equipment and supplies, posters, videos, software, newsletters, and hot-lines including sections on -
  • Nutrition and Health Safety and Injury Prevention Professional Development Resources Kids' Books and Literacy Toys, Art Supplies, and Children's Furniture

2. Hanover County Public Schools -- School Board
virginia law grants the school board a carefully regulated privilege of to certainlocal government officials, presidents of local ptas/ptos, Central Services
Hanover's school board members are charged with the responsibility to preserve and enhance public school education in Hanover County. The school board accepts its obligation to establish policies for the total operation of the school division; provide qualified personnel; adopt an annual school budget; and determine educational needs and desires of the community. The school board sets challenging district goals, while monitoring and evaluating progress toward these goals. The Hanover County School Board operates within strict legal parameters established by the Virginia General Assembly and the federal government. The school board relies on community involvement, professional educators, and deliberative judgment to fulfill its public trust. Each of the county's seven magisterial districts is represented by a school board member appointed to a four-year term by the Board of Supervisors of Hanover County. The superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools is appointed by the school board as the chief administrator and executive officer. Dr. Stewart D. Roberson has served in this capacity since August 1995.

3. Information On The Soho Center's National Child Care Resource Directory
National Child Care Resource Directory New Fourth Edition Available Now! R Rs, Head Start programs, child care associations, even interested parents and groups like ptas/ptos. 1564 West Hoover Road. Madison, virginia 22727. Special Group Rates are also
National Child Care Resource Directory
New Fourth Edition Available Now!
The Soho Center's National Child Care Resource Directory is an attractive 16-page, over-size (9"x12") format booklet filled with lots of child care resources and great articles about using them. The Directory includes hundreds and hundreds of sources for no-cost, low-cost, and competitively-priced materials, brochures, books, toys, safety products, children's equipment and supplies, posters, videos, software, newsletters, and hot-lines. The Directory lists addresses and contact information (including 800-numbers and websites ) and is organized to help providers find just what they need fast. And it's just as valuable for groups that work with child care providers, helping them to identify training materials. Our Child Care Resource Directory includes sections on -
  • Nutrition and Health Safety and Injury Prevention Professional Development Kids' Books and Literacy Toys, Art Supplies, and Children's Furniture Non-violent, Non-sexist Children's Videos /CD-ROMS Child-related Web Sites Insurance And much more . . .
  • 4. PTA Vs. PTO
    PTA vs. PTO the tugof-war over the "A" or "O" Comparing PTA and PTO is like comparing apples and oranges. They are both good for kids, but your membership in a PTO isn't the same as membership in PTA. the National PTA umbrella. ptas must comply with IRS rules regarding commerciality. ptos usually focus on raising virginia PTA/PTSA - the voice for children and youth in virginia
    Campaign HQ Benefits of PTA [ PTA vs. PTO ] Commonwealth PTA Library PTA vs. PTO
    the tug-of-war over the "A" or "O" Comparing PTA and PTO is like comparing apples and oranges. They are both good for kids, but your membership in a PTO isn't the same as membership in PTA. PTO is a generic acronym for a parent or parent/teacher organization, usually associated with a public or private school which often operates like a PTA, but is not chartered by the National PTA and does not pay membership dues to the state or National PTA. PTA is a registered trademark for the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, first organized in 1897 as the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. There are over 27,000 local units in 54 Congresses in the NPTA. Local units enjoy the benefits of membership funded by dues paid per member. PTO is a stand-alone organization without a network of like organizations or state and national support.

    5. Rural Loudoun Study Committee Final Report
    by September 30, 1999, addressed to the represented rural ptas/ptos and the contractedwith Applied Management Engineering, Inc., of virginia Beach, virginia
    Loudoun County Public Schools
    A Climate for Success
    Rural Loudoun School Study Committee Final Report
    Executive Summary


    Committee Representation
    Executive Summary
    R ural areas and communities encompass a large area of Loudoun County, yet they have received relatively little attention recently due to the significant growth issues in Loudoun’s more suburban areas. These rural communities, however, are also feeling the stress of impending growth. Maintaining strong community focus, while addressing encroaching growth and resource restrictions, has been a key focus of the Rural Loudoun School Study Committee (RLSSC). RLSSC is made up of a vocal group of parent representatives, designated by their local PTAs/PTOs and school administrators. Committee members are deeply concerned about the impact this growth will continue to have on rural Loudoun County schools and are committed to work with the School Board to plan for our future. Information presented by county officials on a wide range of development and school-related topics affecting existing and future school planning facilitated the Committee’s efforts (Appendix III). The Committee, along with the Planning and Legislative Services department of Loudoun County Public Schools, then turned its efforts to the task at hand. Building a consensus of opinion for its recommendations was the approach it adopted. A strong and overwhelming consensus among the representatives is that the primary focus for all considerations and recommendations of the Study Committee – and ultimately the Loudoun County School Board – should reflect a sense of community. Small rural communities, perhaps more than larger, more diverse suburban locales, consider their local school, no matter its size or challenges, to be the heart of the community. This conviction remains a bedrock of local school support and should at all times be the primary determinant in any considerations about projected changes arising from the challenges facing Loudoun County in the future.

    6. HereComestheBus School Bus Tracking Service
    Schools Contractors. ptas ptos. Rider Notification (Parents) from the Darden School of Business at the University of virginia. Prior to cofounding Everyday Wireless, he led
    Company Overview News Articles Contact Us How it Works ... School Administrators
    Mission Statement
    Company Overview
    Management Team
    Joe Winkler is President and co-founder of Everyday Wireless. He received a BS in Engineering from Harvard University and an MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. Prior to co-founding Everyday Wireless, he led Highgate Orthopedics, a venture capital-backed orthopedic company. Before Highgate, he was an Engineering Leader at Arrow International, a medical device manufacturer. He holds two patents and has three more pending. He has extensive experience in product development and is actively managing the company.
    Ed Uebele is Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Everyday Wireless. He received a BS in Business Administration from Wake Forest University and an MBA from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia. Ed has over 18 years of consumer products marketing experience. Prior to joining Everyday Wireless, Ed held various general management and marketing positions with the H.J. Heinz Company including General Manager Treat Business Unit, General Manager Latin American Pet Food Operations and General Manager Business Development.
    Technology / Funding Partner
    The Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania, located on the campus of Lehigh University, links Pennsylvania companies with universities, funding, and other resources to help them prosper through

    7. Coalition For Good Schools
    The virginia Education Coalition is the sponsor of this rally. organizations, butthe real power lies with the electorate, including ptas, ptos, and grassroots
    Home Page

    1/4/02 newsletter

    FCPS FY2004 budget

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    Coalition for Good Schools
    Coalition for Good Schools
    Welcome to the Home Page of the Coalition for Good Schools "Taxes are the price we pay for a civilized society."Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (1841-1935) "The cost of education is small, compared to the price of ignorance..." The Coalition for Good Schools is a grassroots organization dedicated to increasing school funding to answer the infrastructure funding needs of not only Fairfax County Public Schools, but school districts across the Commonwealth of Virginia. To get information on the Fairfax County Public School FY2004 budget and learn about the position of the Fairfax County Council of PTAs, click here Delegate David Albo has introduced a new bill, HB 2389, "Standards of Quality; apportionment of state and local share." The bill directs the General Assembly, in apportioning the state and local share for the costs of meeting the Standards of Quality, beginning July 1, 2003, in any year in which general fund revenue growth is at least 3 percent greater than population and inflation growth combined for the previous year, to increase the state share by 3 percent of the total costs, so that, by full implementation of this measure, the local share shall not exceed 65 percent and the state share shall be equal to at least 35 percent of the total costs.

    8. Parent Groups
    Loudoun County Public Schools provide a climate for success for over 39 000 students in Loudoun County, virginia. Parent Groups. ptas, ptos, and LEAP. Parents help LCPS to continue top quality educational programs by participating in
    Parent Groups PTAs, PTOs, and LEAP Parents help LCPS to continue top quality educational programs by participating in the Parent/Teacher Association or Parent/Teacher Organizations at each school. Representatives from each PTA or PTO serve in the county-wide Loudoun Education Alliance of Parents (LEAP) , an important, independent voice for superior education for Loudoun youngsters. LEAP meetings are open to the public and are held on the second Wednesday monthly, September through June, at 7:30 p.m. at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn.
    Parent Liaisons There is also the Parent Liaison Program which funds a Parent Liaison position for each school that participates in the program. Parent Liaisons:
    • Facilitate parent-school communication;

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    Associated organizations such as ptos/ptas and Booster Clubs for activities virginia High School League for District and Regional athletic events.

    Staff Directory
    Department Information General Information

    Community Use Of School Facilities
    The School Board believes in the full and best possible utilization of the physical facilities belonging to the citizens of the County. To achieve this end, the use of school facilities for school and student-related activities as well as by outside organizations and groups shall be encouraged when these activities will not interfere with the educational program in the schools. Safety of citizens, students, and employees and care of school property shall be primary considerations in the use of school facilities. The Superintendent or designee reserves the right to deny usage or terminate an existing contract. Failure to pay promptly all rental charges or damages may be considered sufficient grounds for refusal to grant further use of school property to an applicant. A. Eligible Organizations The Board has classified various organizations and groups for the purposes of establishing priority for use and for the charging of fees.

    10. PTAs Make A Difference In European Schools
    organization, based in virginia. Some DoDDS principals have opted to sponsor aParent Teacher Organization instead of a PTA. Most ptos, like ptas, have a
    PTAs make a difference in European schools
    Released: 6 Jan 1999 RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AFPN) Parents whose children attend Department of Defense Dependent Schools can help advance their children's education by joining parent-teacher advocacy groups in thei r communities, according to Don Armell, president of the European Parents, Teachers and Students Association. The Parent Teacher Association, active in Europe for more than 40 years, is the oldest and largest organization that advocates for American students attending DoDDS European schools, Armell said. "Schools that are affiliated with PTA can call themselves a PTA or a PTSA. The 's' in PTSA indicates that the organization has student members," he added. The European PTSA, or ECAPTS, is the organization's state-level equivalent and provides information and training to local units. Staff members from the state office answer questions, provide programs and information and develop and implement training that will help the local units operate effectively year after year. "In the spring ECAPTS hosts a four-day convention," said Armell. "In addition to in-depth training for local PTA leaders, the convention features excellent speakers and an opportunity for parents to communicate directly with leaders from DoDDS and the Department of Defense Education Activity." DoDEA is DoDDS's governing organization, based in Virginia.

    11. Alternative Parent Groups Flourish -- The Washington Times
    People don't realize how much ptos have increased ptas have this hard left agenda, he continues with it. Jan McKeever, president of the virginia PTA, defends

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    Employment Extra
    December 16, 2002 Alternative parent groups flourish
    By Christian Toto
         When Hillside Elementary School, in Ashburn, Va., opened its doors five years ago, parents formed a PTA group to help children attending the new school. Top Stories
         The initial results proved disappointing.
         After its first year, the group voted to separate itself from the PTA, transforming into a parent-teacher organization.      Ms. Burns, a 47-year-old mother of three, says her fellow parents managed nicely on their own.      Independent PTOs are satisfying those concerns.      Local PTAs pay dues to the state and national group, headquartered in Chicago. In return, they receive member benefits like nationwide research resources and liability insurance for their various meetings and fund-raisers.      PTOs maintain their independence and have no official national body to call their own.      Perhaps the biggest factor in their favor, advocates say, is that funds raised by a PTO go directly to the school in question rather than being split up for various dues.      She says about a third of the money her group raised went to cover various PTA costs.

    12. Sue's Past Letters
    the past two years I have represented you on the virginia Education Coalition disappointedwhen told that 1, 2, 3 or more ptas have voted to become ptos?
    Sue's Letters 1999-2001 Jan/Feb 2000 Mar/Apr 2000 May/June 2000 July 2000 ... October 2001 ] [Farewell Speech] [ PTA Service Record SUE'S FAREWELL SPEECH - 1999-2001 When I was elected as your President two years ago, I began a journey that has been filled with challenges, pride, disappointments, joy, and hope. The greatest challenge I have faced has been carrying out the responsibilities of this office while holding a full-time job in an elementary school. I have spent most of my days meeting the requirements of my job and long nights and sometimes many days away from my job meeting my responsibilities as President of the VA PTA. This was made somewhat easier for me as I had a Superintendent who believed in providing professional leave time in order that I might travel across the state as President of the VA PTA while also serving as an ambassador for public schools. And yet it has all been worthwhile for during these past two years, I feel we have made a difference for children. - You may ask how have we made a difference?

    13. Education
    as a public school activist in Northern virginia. I was President of Forest EdgeElementary School PTA, President of the Reston Council of ptas and ptos, and a

    14. Untitled
    virginia Court Elementary, 2002. from VFWs, Lion's Clubs, the Rotary organization,girl or boy scouts, district gifted programs, ptas/ptos, private families
    Directors working with Logan Perkins (Regional Coordinator) For General Information on Camp Invention please click HERE Audubon Montessori School, 2002 INDEX: Hyperlinks lead to different web pages.
    NOTE: These notes are a supplement to the director's manual. The director's manual covers many other important items and has samples of forms. Please read your manuals. They should arrive by March 1, 2003.
    "Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives, the cumulative experience of many masters of craftsmanship. Quality also marks the search for an ideal after necessity has been satisfied and mere usefulness achieved." - Willa A. Foster Virginia Court, 2002

    15. Purchasing Services Enables The Loudoun County Public Schools
    the Douglass Support Facility, 55 Plaza Street, S. W., Leesburg, virginia 20175 Theprocedures outlined herein do not apply to ptas, ptos, Booster Clubs or any
    LEESBURG, VA 20176-2299
    TELEPHONE: 703-771-6507
    FAX: 703-771-6503
    Introduction Conflict of Interest Gift Policy Rider Clause ... Vendor Cards INTRODUCTION Generally, equipment and supplies are bid through Purchasing Services. Construction and construction related projects are bid through the Construction Office. The Construction Office is located at the Douglass Support Facility, 55 Plaza Street, S. W., Leesburg, Virginia 20175. Contact the Director of Construction for more information at 703-771-6461. Purchasing Services relies on the Account Managers to submit accurate and complete information for the bidding process. The following information is necessary in order for Purchasing to produce a competitive sealed bid: detailed specifications and/or catalog cuts quantity needed delivery or completion date verification of the availability of funds suggested vendor(s) approximate total purchase cost GO TO TOP PROCEDURES The procedures outlined herein do not apply to PTAs, PTOs, Booster Clubs or any other school associations or organizations when such an organization makes a purchase directly. However, quotations from more than one qualified vendor are encouraged whenever possible, regardless of the dollar amount involved or the organization making the purchase.

    16. Error 404 Metropoliglobal
    Translate this page 240=650 ptas. 926, ncaa, virginia, north carolina, 1981-82, cbs, jordan y sampson regularseason, chicago, atlanta, 1986-87, cbs, JORDAN EN UNO DE SUS PARTIDOS 61 ptos!!!
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    17. Final School Schedules Set For 2002-2003 School Year
    ptas and ptos 10. to the 20022003 school year in Loudoun County Public Schools,a school district long recognized as one of the best in virginia and one
    Title of Page Loudoun County School Board Four-year terms of elected School Board members listed below
    expire December 31, 2003. School Board members elect officers
    annually in January. Joseph W. Vogric, Chairman Dulles District John A. Andrews, Vice Chairman Broad Run District Thomas E. Reed At-Large Harry F. Holsinger Blue Ridge District Geary M. Higgins Catoctin District Frederick F. Flemming Leesburg District Patrick F. Chorpenning Jr. Mercer District J. Warren Geurin Sterling District Candyce P. Cassell Sugarland Run District Rhonda G. Phillip Clerk of the School Board Adelphia— Cable television Channel 23/24 provides live, gavel-to-gavel coverage of scheduled School Board meetings held monthly on the second and fourth Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The meetings are shown again on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. School Board reports are given at 6, 7 and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on WAGE Radio, AM-1200.

    18. 1200+ Fundraising Companies - Special Event Fundraising - Special Event Fundrais
    Williamsburg, virginia. Data Match, Inc. Operation Bookworm ptas/ptos canoffer Operation Bookworm books as a way to earn money for your school.
    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]

    19. Virginia's State Legislators
    on Land Use and Transportation (ViceChair); Reston Council of ptas and ptos (President);Joint Commission on Technology and Science; virginia Workforce Council

    20. Multistate Tax Commission
    West virginia. Agency WV Dept. of Tax Revenue. School Groups (eg, clubs, bands,teams) exempt. ptas - exempt. ptos - exempt. Other parent groups - exempt.
    West Virginia Contact Dept.: Taxpayer Services Tel. No.: (304) 558-3333 or (800) 982-8297 Fax No.: (304) 558-3269 Web:
  • 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 - exempt (please identify) - exempt Church Groups - exempt Youth Sports League - exempt 501 (c)(3) organizations - exempt 501 (c)(6) organizations - exempt 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. Candies and Confections - exempt Cookies and Other Baked Goods - exempt Cheese Products - exempt Meat Products - exempt Nuts, popcorn and other snack food
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