National PTA has released the names of those students that are being recognized at the national level of the Reflections
On Monday, President Joe Biden announced a new regulation meant to address the proliferation of “ghost guns”—homemade or improvised firearms that
National PTA is pleased to see the Administration’s FY23 budget proposal addresses long-standing educational inequities that were exacerbated by the
Thank you for urging your member of Congress to prioritize youth suicide prevention and vote for the Suicide Training and
Last week Congress passed and now President Biden has signed into law the final spending package that funds federal programs
On Monday afternoon, a shooting occurred outside a high school in Des Moines, Iowa, leaving one student dead and two
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Missouri PTA needs you to contact your Representatives now and ask your Representative to VOTE NO on HB1814 Open Enrollment
Today, National PTA is celebrating 125 years of advocacy, legacy and impact. The association was founded on Feb. 17, 1897, “to make
Follow this link to view the list of bills we are watching during the current legislative session in Jefferson City.
Environment Missouri, has created a free “Get the Lead Out Toolkit” that includes a fact sheet, sample materials for taking
National PTA and Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Team Up to Reduce and Prevent Tobacco and E-Cigarette Use Among Youth
National PTA and the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids announced today a new collaboration to raise awareness of and help prevent
Check out this video from Cameron High School geared toward PTSA recruitment!
Historically, Missouri PTA has ordered pre-printed membership cards to fulfill requests from units each fall. Thousands of dollars are spent