The second Annual PAUSD Parent Leadership Summit is just around the block! Join us for a day filled with learning.
This year, our slogan is “Opening Doors to Student Success and Wellbeing,” and we aim to do just that! We have over 50 sessions to choose from, everything from “10 Tech Tips for Parents,” “From Anxiety to Resiliency: Family Solutions,” to “How to use Executive Functioning Strategies with your students to complete homework.” This year, our 60+ presenters come from local organizations like the Children’s Health Council, Stanford Medicine, REEL, Social Thinking, CAC, PTAC, PAUSD in many forms, and more!
Saturday February 22nd 8:30-2 at Gunn High School
Check-In starts at 8:30am, with breakfast and coffee.
Keynote Speaker Jonathan Mooney, author of “Normal Sucks” will begin at 9am
Session 1: 10-10:45am
Session 2: 11-11:45am
Full Lunch provided: 11:45-12:15pm
Session 3: 12:15-1pm
Register Today! And check out the Sched for more sessions
We also need volunteers, if interested Sign-Up Here!
Summit Flyer – English (Online)
Summit Flyer – Mandarin (Online)
Summit Flyer – Spanish (Online)
Summit Flyer – Tongan (Online)
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors is voting on the GUP this Fall! Your voice needed now.
Message the Board of Supervisors for “full mitigation.”
iPhone users: Tap twice on your phones in the Click My Cause app (free in the app store, select Palo Alto PTA Council). Android users: “Android users: Sign the petiton.
Tuesday, October 22, at 6 p.m. Palo Alto City Hall, 250 Hamilton, parking underground
This is our opportunity to make our case for “full mitigation.”
Bike Index (https://saferoutes.paloaltopta.org/bicycle-registration/) allows you to register all bikes in your household, add pictures, edit or add information, and delete or transfer ownership of bikes. Importantly, it allows you to list your bike as stolen or lost should that happen. If you take a few minutes now it may save you a lot of time later and more importantly give you a better chance of getting your bike back if it goes missing. THIS IS A NATIONAL DATABASE that everyone is welcome to use. To find the serial number of your bike turn your bike upside down. The majority of serial numbers are located under the bottom bracket where the two pedal cranks meet. This project is a cooperative effort with the PTA, City of Palo Alto and the Palo Alto Police department.