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Who We Are

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


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

"I thank you for your dedication to the children of Harford County and for working to improve the educational experience for all HCPS. I am extremely fortunate to work alongside you and hope you will contact me should you ever have questions, suggestions or concerns."

Renee DiBiase 

President, HCCPTA 

From the President...

Harford County PTA Leaders,                                                       April 17, 2019

A primary purpose of PTA is to advocate for families and children. The County Executive has sent his proposed budget to the Harford County Council for their review. The CE included $10M plus another $650K which has been reserved specifically for mental health. 

We encourage you to share your voice on behalf of this cause. If you don't know what to say, you may personalize this email and send it to council@harfordcountymd.gov. At many of the County Council sessions I attended, the correspondence received has been mentioned. 

Feel free to share with your membership. 

I will also keep you informed of upcoming events concerning the budget. If you have questions, please let me know.


Message from HCCPTA President Renee DiBiase

Harford County and State of Maryland Budget Information and Sources


1. Overview of Maryland Local Governments, Finances and Demographic Information. Department of Legislative Services 2019. Page 90. 


2. 2018-2019 County & Municipality Tax Rate. Maryland Department of Assessments & Taxation. 


3. Spotlight on Maryland Tax Rates. Comptroller of Maryland. https://taxes.marylandtaxes.gov/…/Local_and_County_Tax_Rate…

4. Report to the Maryland General Assembly Class Size in Maryland Public Schools 2016-2017 School Year. Maryland Public Schools. Page 6. http://marylandpublicschools.org/…/20162017MDClassSizeRepor…

5. Superintendent's Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2020. Harford County Public Schools. Page 30. https://www.hcps.org/…/FY20/2020SuperintendentProposedBudget

every child, one voice