Dear PTA Leaders,
On behalf of the 2021-2023 Georgia PTA Board of Directors, I would like to personally invite you to attend our 108th Annual Convention and Leadership Training (CLT) on June 10-11, 2022. We will be offering a true hybrid CLT – having both virtual and in-person options. All training will be offered virtually, and the business of the Association will be conducted both in person in Columbus, Georgia and virtually.
While this is not an election year, it offers us an opportunity for all delegates who are eligible to vote to be able to do so electronically, whether participating in person or virtually. We are once again able to gather and recognize the flexibility and convenience of participation is increased by offering both options. This way, members can participate in the way they are most comfortable. While we want to see each and every one of you in person, we want you to participate in the way that you feel is best for you.
I invite your entire PTA leadership team, supporters, teachers, and school administrators to join us at CLT 2022! The theme of this year’s CLT is Moving Forward Together Trainings will cover the fundamental of a successful PTA, such as officer roles, membership, family engagement, advocacy, Reflections, and more. Georgia PTA also looks forward to recognizing you for all you accomplished this past year. Register information to join us at 2022 CLT, June 10-11, 2022, will be provided in the next few days.
Who Should Attend the 108th Convention and Leadership Training?
Convention and Leadership Training is an investment in the future leadership and success of your local PTA. We recognize that time and money are scarce, but we must invest in ourselves to develop our potential for Georgia PTA to ensure a better future for all children in the State of Georgia.
- Your 2022-23 board members.
- Your incoming 2022-2023 board members.
- Principals, Teachers, and School Board members.
- Any members who have demonstrated that spark of leadership potential!
Please check back for updates-coming soon.
*Each local unit in good standing is entitled to be represented at the Convention of the Georgia PTA by its president and (1) one other officer, or their alternates, and (1) one delegate for every (50) fifty paid members recorded in the state database March 10th of each year. Current membership will be confirmed.
Convention Rules: (Please place button and add a link to allow review in PDF format of the convention rules attached)
This statement serves as the formal Call to the 108th Convention and Leadership Training (Hybrid) as required by the Georgia PTA bylaws. Further details about the Georgia PTA 108th Convention and Leadership Training will be shared as soon as they are finalized.