• PTA


     
    A great way to get involved with your child's education is to join our PTA. The money raised by PTA is used to send children on field trips, purchase items for children to use at school, and provide activities for students and families of our community. The cost to join PTA is only five dollars per family. Meetings are held at Paxton on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. We hope to see you there.
     
    The Platte City PTA warmly welcomes you, as your child is ready to begin his/her school career. Our PTA serves Rising Star, Siegrist, and Paxton Elementary Schools. The PTA is made up of parents, teachers, school administration, and community members. Our work helps facilitate the educational process by supporting our educators and involving parents in their child's educational experience. The PTA encourages all parents to join our PTA. Your involvement contributes to the positive experience children have attending our elementary schools.
     

    PTA Reflections
    Reflections is an art program for students sponsored by the local, state and national PTAs. Students enter the local contest and the winners are sent to the state and national contests. The reflections theme this year is "Diversity Means ..."

     

    Frequently asked questions about the Platte City PTA
    What has the PTA provided for our schools?
    • Cultural Arts Programs Field Trips
    • Books for the library
    • Classroom and Playground equipment
    • Laminating machines 
    • Die Cut machines
    • Computer Software Digital Cameras

      What are some of the programs and activities the PTA provides for the family?

    • Fall and Spring Festival Carnivals 
    • Book Fair 
    • Skating Parties 
    • Bingo Night 
    • Speakers for Parents

    How are we kept informed about the PTA?

    A newsletter is sent home with the students each month. Additionally, flyers are sent home a few days prior to most activities. These activities are scheduled after school hours.

    How can I participate in the PTA?

    By joining one of the many PTA committees or a parent volunteer program. Further, by attending our general membership meetings and board meetings.