Who We Are

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

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

            Winter 2017

Local Unit Highlights



every child, one voice

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The next deadline to submit articles for the HCCPTA newsletter is

February 15, 2017. Email Communications Chair.

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The Edgewood PTA has had an amazing year so far. Membership grew exponentially, almost tripling in size, and parental involvement sky-rocketed. Over 200 people attended the October Trunk-Or-Treat and local businesses helped to sponsor this event. We hosted a Thanksgiving food drive and provided meals for disadvantaged families. In December, we ran a Holiday Shoppe, which gave students the chance to purchase presents for their friends and families for $1 (or less). Finally, we just completed our January clothing drive and collected over 20 bags of clothes for needy families in the area. In February, we hope to sponsor a Valentine's Day Dance, in April we hope to have a PARCC rally and we are already beginning to plan for a huge end-of-the-year carnival. Our mission, "To Connect, Support and Revitalize the Edgewood Community" is clearly happening, thanks to the support of the staff, teachers, parents and students at Edgewood Elementary School!

Katianne Janney, General and Vocal Music Teacher
PTA President