- Deadline to apply is April 6, 2018.
- Parents for Healthy Kids Grant webinar recording
Nine finalists were selected to participate in the 2018 Future Chefs LIVE cooking competition on Tuesday, March 20th, at Gunderson High. Finalists will prepare and present their creations, which will be judged on originality, taste, ease of presentation, kid friendliness, and use of healthy ingredients. The winning student will be considered for a regional finalist award. Selected regional finalists will vie to become national finalists in an online vote! Click here to learn more and join us for this fun event.
We’ve heard the voices of our members – the hundreds of thousands of parents, teachers, students, administrators and community members who are outraged at the senseless shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida that took the lives of 17 students and faculty members. Our students across the nation are using their powerful voices to ask for meaningful policy changes at the state and federal level to address the all too common issue of gun violence that is affecting them in the place they should feel safest: their school.
The following are walk outs and marches we are currently aware of:
California State PTA supports the rights of students to express themselves on campus through organized demonstrations, but believes that care must be taken to ensure the orderly operation of the school is not disrupted and the physical safety of students is not threatened. Leaving during school hours to attend an off-campus demonstration places the student outside the safety zone of the school and unnecessarily jeopardizes that school’s education funding.
We entrust our students to their school leadership to ensure a safe environment for their voices to be heard. Be sure to talk with your local school district about possible student demonstrations that may affect your school or community.
Pioneer High School is once again holding its annual benefit concert this coming Saturday, March 3rd, at the Performing Arts Center. You are invited to come and experience music played by some of San Jose’s finest young musicians. There will be food and drinks available, as well as a raffle. All proceeds go to the Pioneer Performing Arts Boosters club.
On March 14, students across the country are planning to “walk out” to make their voices heard. California State PTA is asking for your help to “call out” our federal legislators and demand action.
Stand together with the voices of students and call your federal legislators on March 14 to demand stronger gun-violence prevention legislation including: