The City of Palo Alto is asking all residents – including parents, teachers, and school families – to speak up now. Your input will alter the priorities as budget cuts are coming soon. Take a moment to take the survey.
On May 4, the City Council adopted a set of budget assumptions to help inform how staff will prepare the revised Fiscal Year 2020-2021 operating and capital budgets for Council consideration and community input. The City Council selected scenario estimates with a preliminary loss of $39 million in major tax revenues during the next fiscal year. https://www.opentownhall.com/portals/5/Issue_8742/survey_responses/new
Due to the County’s Shelter-in-Place order in effect, our final General Association Meeting, previously scheduled, will remain on calendar. We will proceed on the same date: Wednesday, May 27th, except it will be a virtual meeting by Zoom. The Zoom dial in info will be sent to all PTA member schools Presidents and EVPs. If you are a member of the general public and you wish to attend, please request the Zoom dial in by sending an email to us. (President@paloaltopta.org). Thank you for your support of the PTA and helping to get to the finish line in this unusual school year (2019-2020).
Palo Alto PTA Council (PTAC) ELECTIONS – SPECIAL GENERAL ASSOCIATION MEETING
Due to the County’s Shelter-in-Place order in effect, our Annual Election at this Special General Association Meeting, will proceed on MAY 20th. Notice is hereby given that it will be a virtual meeting by Zoom. The Zoom dial in info will be sent to all PTA member schools Presidents and EVPs and PTAC Executive Board/Committee Chairs. If you are a member of the general public and you wish to attend, welcome! Kindly please email (President@paloaltopta.org) to request the Zoom dial-in info.
The Palo Alto Council of Parent Teacher Association (PTAC) would like to thank everyone for doing their part on social distancing and staying at home as much as possible. Together, we have helped to flatten the COVID-19 epidemic curve. Local COVID-19 hospitalizations and COVID-19 deaths are lower than projected. Thank you! Now is the time to keep it up and stay the course. Shelter-In-Place is in effect until May 3, 2020.
Additionally, many people have responded to our Governor’s call for medical personnel. Hotels and airlines are also working to help to house/move medical personnel to the most needed locations of our state. Every single life saved is huge. Thank you!
Please help educate yourself and others. Below are helpful tips (FAQs) and information about the most vulnerable among us. Share the information and be well.
CDC: People At Higher Risk: Are You One of Them? (COVID-19)