Student Leadership Commissioner

On the secondary school level, PTA expands to include students. Students are encouraged to become members, making PTA at the school PTSA. Local PTSAs include students in leadership activities and events. Students are organized at the local level in different ways as best fits each individual school.    

PTSA is a PTA at a middle school or high school that recognize students as members. The student group is led by students with a parent volunteer (i.e. PTA Board Position) for mentoring. The students focus on service – either to the school, the student body, or outside community. To begin your student group, find incentives to join: best parking spot, gift card, traveling trophy between schools.

Resources:

Parents Empowered.org

* Their goal is to eliminate underage drinking in Utah. View their ads on Youtube!
* They provide many downloadable resources to use at your school!
* They also award grants for local programs. Email
Betty@UtahPTA.org for details.
http://parentsempowered.org/ or follow them on Facebook

Utah Healthy Relationship Taskforce (UHRT)

* Their goal is to promote healthy and respectful relationships and support those affected by dating violence through advocacy, education, prevention, and treatment.
* Teen Dating Violence Awareness Website: 
https://www.teendvmonth.org

Utah Teen Driving Taskforce

* Reduce the rate of motor vehicle crashes and deaths in Utah among teens ages 13-19
* Develop, support, and advocate for effective teen driving policies
* Zero Fatalities Website: 
http://www.dontdrivestupid.com

 

Utah PTA Student Events:

Student Leadership Committee:

  •  Monthly meetings on the 2nd Saturday at 10 AM at the Utah PTA Office (5192 S. Greenpine Drive, Murray )
  •  Students can attend or call in (ZOOM)
  •  Plan & Realize projects/events
  •  Scholarships & service Awards

PTA Day at the Capitol: Feb. 6, 2018 (Also with adults on Feb. 19th)

  • One Day Student Track
  • See and Experience the legislative process
  • Meet Senators & Representatives

Battle of the Bands (9th to 12th grade): State competition April 27th at SLCC Grand Theatre

  • Opportunity to develop and showcase students' musical talents
  • Awards, prices and highlights
  • Development of  New Logo

Student Leadership Conference: October 13, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  • Leadership training
  • Team Building experiences                                              

PTSA Student Leadership Conference

PTSA Student Leadership Conference

Saturday, October 13, 2018

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Midvale Middle Schoo ~ 7852 S. Pioneer Street, Midvale

 

We have exciting things planned. Come enjoy the fun!

Click here for registration information and form

 

Battle of the Bands

 

The Utah PTA Student Involvement Commission sponsors Battle of the Bands, a yearly event where bands from high schools accross the state come together to compete for prizes. In past years, prizes included an opportunity to create a music video, studio time, CD’s, and preformance time at the Salt Lake Arts Festival, and more.

 

Utah PTA Battle of the Bands April 28, 2018
BOB Starts at 6:00 PM

Grand Theater Salt Lake Community College. 

Learn more at the Battle of the Bands page.

February is Utah's Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Utah's Dating Violence Awareness Month

Lets Talk About Healthy Relationships

Building Healthy and Respectful Relationships is How We Will Prevent Dating Violence.

 

 

 

Here are some great resources for information and activities 

 

http://teendvmonth.org/2015/

http://www.breakthecycle.org

Resources

How many of your loved ones would you want to see get seriously hurt in a crash?

Zero is our answer too.

 

Our goal is to make Utah’s roads safer and to keep teens like you alive.

On this site, you can check out interesting facts

Read about people that will never drive again, and most importantly learn how you can stay alive behind the wheel.

www.dontdrivestupid.com

 

 

Institute for Educational Advancement

The Institute for Educational Advancement is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting our nation's most talented young people to identify and develop their fullest potential. The Institute focuses its attention on creating and supporting educational practices and policies that are student-centered and that promote academic rigor, high standards, excellence in the arts and educational innovation. To meet our goals and achieve our mission, we provide a variety of programs and services designed specifically for the gifted community. For more information, please visit http://www.educationaladvancement.org.

Links

Getting a PTSA Started

Young people's ideas and opinions are important. PTSA clubs provide a good opportunity to develop leadership skills, communication skills, and investment in their own communities. To have a successful PTSA, students need to "own" it and be interested.