Our 2019-2021 President, Heidi Nicolazzo, chose the theme of her presidency to be “helping children to emerge as leaders, now and for the future!”
Creating and supporting policies and laws that better the lives of Wisconsin children is one of the most important roles of Wisconsin PTA.
Are you a #believer yet?
More Reasons to Believe in the Power of PTA
Between WI PTA and National PTA a wealth of resources including Badger Care info, Center for Family Engagement, Success Guides, and help understanding school terms like CORE, ESSA, etc- you can find them here.
Awards & Scholarships
Scholarships and awards at the regional, state, and national level are just one of the ways students gain from PTA. Educator, volunteer, and honory PTA awards are also given to recognize those who devote their lives to Wisconsin children.
Conventions & Expos
State and national level conventions are a great way to mingle and learn from other parents, leaders, and educators. They are also one of the biggest sources of fundraising for WI PTA.
arts ed- reflections program
The National PTA Reflections Art Program encourages students to express their thoughts and feelings through creative arts. Visual arts, music composition, photography, literature, dance choreography, film production, and special artist awards given.
What Drives Us
The PTA’s mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
Find your local PTA unit, join the Wisconsin PTA as an individual member of the Wisconsin At-Large Unit, and join the National PTA. Become a believer and help make every child’s potential a reality.
Join us for a week filled with events for PTA Leaders, families, school administration, teachers, grandparents, and community members! Follow the link https://www.pta.org/home/events/safer-internet-day
7 pm – 8 pm Join the Wisconsin PTA for an hour of conversation on zoom. We will be talking about Advocacy Month, Share Your Love for PTA & your public school, #thisishowWIptas, budget hearings, and tell us how your PTA/PTSA is doing.