The Latest News…
Stanford has withdrawn their application for a general use permit (GUP). Thank you for staying informed throughout the Stanford GUP advocacy and for doing your part in protecting the quality of PAUSD education for all our students. We applaud all 17 PTAs/PTSAs Advocacy work and tremendous efforts in making elementary and secondary students’ voices heard by speaking at the RALLY and PUBLIC HEARING.
Recent News Articles…
Palo Alto Online: Stanford Withdraws Expansion Application
Palo Alto Online: Hundreds Call for More Funding From Stanford For Expansion
Earlier News Articles…
Continue reading Stanford GUP Concluded…Latest Info
The Palo Alto Parent Teacher Council (PTAC) is the umbrella organization for all 17 PAUSD school PTA Associations (PTAs/PTSAs). Palo Alto PTAC is a group of core volunteers working to advocate for our children for over 100 years.
PTA membership provides you with a vote on matters that are important to your family and child.
Last year, PTA Council volunteers collectively worked thousands of hours to put on PTA events, back-to-school events, Staff appreciation, Principal’s Coffees, and more. PTAC also advocates for district wide issues, as well as inter-school collaborations. In 2018-2019 school year, PTA Council advocated before the PAUSD Board regarding the Stanford University building project to the advantage of schools and staff. We also facilitated secondary school joint parent education events. This year we are partnering with our educational foundation, Partners in Education (PiE), and PAUSD District Departments to bring about fundraising, efficiency in calendaring, and producing relevant and timely work product that impact our kids in this school year.
WHAT YOU CAN DO?
If you have expertise in any area and a bit of time, then we need you. Join a committee; attend a PTAC meeting (Wednesday).
(You can serve from your school PTA as a Key Volunteer)
Best wishes to a successful school year (2019-2020).
Council President – Palo Alto PTA Council
Tacolicious School Project
Since 2012, Tacolicious has made public education its priority, investing back into the Bay Area community through the Tacolicious School Project. For Tacolicious owners Joe Hargrave and Sara Deseran, this mission is personal. Since kindergarten, their children have attended SF public schools.
How it works: From September to May, each of our SF, Palo Alto and San Jose Tacolicious locations pair up with neighboring public schools, donating 15 percent of a month’s worth of Monday’s proceeds. Tacolicious has an annual alliance with 54 public schools. To date we have given over $1,000,000 to public education!
PALO ALTO PTA’s THANK TACOLICOUS FOR
THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT!