every child, one voice

Mark your Calendar

The next deadline to submit articles for the HCCPTA newsletter is

October 15, 2016. Email Communications Chair.

Who We Are

The Harford County Council of PTAs, Inc. was established in 1939 as a federation of PTAs in Harford County.   read more

Betty Bull Scholars

See the Winners in the Spring 2016 newsletter


​​Click HERE to download previous editions.

NATIONAL PTA

Resources


Back-to-School Kit


2016 Founder's Day

WE HAVE A WINNER!!!!

2016 Reflections Program


CONGRATULATIONS to Elaina Piccicuto of Edgewood Middle School, National Award of Merit in Middle School Literature. 





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SCHOLARSHIPS

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Sandra Monaco-Burton, President

Nancy Harple, First VP

Vacant, Second VP

Bruce O. Butz, Treasurer

Carrie Jareed, Secretary

Vacant, VP of Legislation

Robert J. Reschly, Jr., VP of Membership

Joe Voskuhl, Board of Education Representative

Vacant, HCPA Representative

Michelle Bowditch, HCEA Representative

V​acant, Student Representative

Carol Ellis, Reflections Chair

Bruce O. Butz, Scholarship Chair

Tracy L. Worley, Communications Chair

Lora Pangratz, Hospitality Chair

Denise Mobley, Awards Chair

Robert J. Reschly, Jr.Nominating Chair

Vacant, Bylaws Chair



2016-17 Board of Directors

HCCPTA serves as a link between the local PTAs, Maryland PTA, and National PTA. In this capacity, we:

 

  • Provide background information on issues affecting children and youth
  • Present an annual Legislative Night during which parents and teachers have the opportunity to interact and get to know our local and state elected officials
  • Provide leadership training workshops for local PTA officers and committee chairs
  • Assist in the formation of new PTAs
  • Maintain a directory of all PTAs in Harford County
  • Publish the HCCPTA newsletter
  • Mobilize PTA membership throughout the county on county-wide, state, and national issues affecting children and youth
  • Testify before the School Board, the County executive, and County Council
  • Present prioritized county-wide educational budgetary concerns to the School Board and County Council
  • Adopt positions on proposed state legislation and work with our elected officials in Annapolis
  • Work with HCPS to provide parent representatives for task forces, study groups, and committees, and disseminate information about changes in the school system, school board policies, and state actions
  • Support the local PTA units individually and as a whole
  • Coordinate the National Reflections program throughout the county

Welcome to the Harford County Council of PTAs!

Advocacy

National PTA has defined advocacy as the act of mobilizing individuals and local PTAs to work with Maryland PTA and National PTA to improve programs and policies that benefit our youth.  read more