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DCCPTA President’s Newsletter September 2023

Greetings dedicated volunteers, We hope this newsletter finds you in good health and high spirits. As the new school year kicks off and we focus on our membership drives, we want to extend a warm welcome to both new and returning families. As we look ahead to the coming year, we have an exciting lineup of events, workshops, and business partnerships

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Advocacy Report August 8, 2023

Melissa Daniel Advocacy Chair, DCCPTA Prepared 08/08/23 August General Meeting – Advocacy Chair Report Superintendent Update.  DCPS wants stakeholder input. Complete Online Survey before September found on the DCPS website. Attend a Community Meeting (in person and virtual available) Aug. 22, 2023 – Community Forums Baldwin High School  11 a.m. (community can attend online or in-person) Westside High School; media

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DCCPTA President’s Newsletter August 2023

Welcome back, dedicated volunteers! We are delighted to assist you and appreciate your commitment to making a positive impact in your community. First and foremost, we want to express our gratitude for your decision to join the mission of PTA. Your willingness to contribute your time, skills, and energy to your community is invaluable and will undoubtedly make a difference

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PTA Membership Mania 2023-2024 Registration is Now Open!

National PTA is excited to bring back Membership Mania for the 2023-24 school year. Membership Mania is a year-round initiative for local PTA leaders to focus on membership. It provides a fun and engaging opportunity for local PTA leaders to connect with leaders across the country and overseas, explore the many National PTA resources, and identify ways to connect membership to

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DCCPTA Statement on Important Florida Legislation Bills

This legislative season has been filled with a lot of activity and sometimes it can be difficult to keep up.  We want to help highlight some key areas of importance. With the state legislation session quickly coming to a close, we want to highlight some bills that could use your advocacy in keeping with the PTA’s support of educational environments

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DCCPTA President’s Newsletter April 2023

Well, Spring is finally here, and we are just a few weeks away from our President’s and Principals Luncheon.  If you have not purchased your tickets for this exciting event, you can bring a check to our Emergency General Meeting for the purpose of electing our new DCCPTA Officers on Wednesday, April 12th, or to our General Meeting on Tuesday,

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DCCPTA President’s Newsletter March 2023

Greetings to Everyone!  Spring is in the air, and we have so many things happening in the month of March.  On March 21st we have our in-person Reflections Ceremony and we are so excited we are back to having this great celebration held in person!  Thank You to the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts for letting us hold this

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2023 Youth Risky Behavior Survey and CDC Grant

DCCPTA is always looking for ways to educate its members and provide opportunities to advocate for all children.  In the past couple of days, the Youth Risk Behavior Survey and its administration have been in the news.  Below are some facts for you to review and who you may contact to advocate on this topic. Duval County Public School (DCPS)

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DCCPTA Statement on Censorship

Duval County Council of PTA’s, in alignment with both National PTA and Florida PTA positions, supports diverse and inclusive curricula, classroom materials, as well as professional development. We support well-rounded and varied experiences and ideas being shared and accessible by all students. This leads to higher academic and personal achievements as well as overall well-being at all levels. One of

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DCCPTA President’s Newsletter February 2023

February is a very busy month for DCCPTA. We are working on a lot of exciting events to finish the school year. I am happy to inform everyone that our Presidents’ and Principals’ Luncheon will be in person this year! We will be back at UNF’s Adam W. Herbert University Center and doing a Vendor Fair before the luncheon. More

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