The speakers for the Fall Conference are:
Donna Kosicki, GA PTA President, 2011-2013.
Lisa-Marie Haygood, GA PTA President, 2015-2017
Berney Kirkland, GCPS PTA Liasion
Debbie Rabjohn, GA PTA 1st Vice President, 2017-2019
Taiwannika Walker, District 12 Secretary/Treasurer
Nicole Ponziani, Fraud & Conflict Resolution Specialist, GA PTA
Please register by clicking on this link.
President – Tyler Barr, District 9, Douglas County Council
President Elect – Karen Hallacy, District 9, East Cobb County Council
1st Vice President – Shanda Ross, District 7, Clayton Council
2nd Vice President – Debbie Rabjohn, District 12, Cherokee County Council
Secretary – Lori Sweet, District 9, Tom Mathis Council
Treasurer – Lynn McIntyre, District 10, North Fulton Council
Please click HERE to read a letter, sent July 27, 2017 by National PTA James Accomando, regarding Georgia PTA Convention Leadership Training Elections.
|President Elect:||Angel Little|
|1st Vice President:||Becky Lawhon|
|2nd Vice President:||Evelyn Cunningham|
|Treasurer:||Dee Dee Jackson|
Here are the 4 award categories for Area 1 Gwinnett County Council of PTAs.
Consider nominating individuals from your local unit. The completed award forms along with supporting documentations are due via email on/before Saturday, April 15, 2017, 7:00 pm EST.
Email complete submissions to email@example.com. Incomplete or late submissions will not be accepted after the deadline.
Both Area 1 and Georgia PTA Award winners will be announced at the End of the Year PTA Awards & Appreciation Dinner on May 2, 2017 at Shiloh High School.
Should you have additional questions, let us know. We look forward to receiving your award submissions. Happy Writing!
We had a total of 16 awards given to Area 1 students at the Woodruff Arts Center yesterday. This is 3 more than last year. (On both winners reports I received via email, Brianna Jones, Parkview HS, was inadvertently absent, so that brings the total up to 16).
Kyle Klerk, a 5th Grader at Mountain Park ES read his literature entry. He is a cancer survivor and the title of his work is called “A Warrior’s Battle.” The audience erupted into applause after his reading. He will be moving on to Nationals. His is the only entry to move on this year. We wish him well and what a great accomplishment!
We topped last year! This is the most awards given to Area 1 in FOUR YEARS!!! Thanks to ALL the Local Units for your hard work! Over 2000 Entries were judged in all categories. This is a huge accomplishment for these students. Here is the breakdown of Awards received.
|1 Intermediate Winner and Entry to Nationals|
|3 First Places|
|5 Second Places|
|5 Third Place|
|3 Honorable Mentions|
|Second Place, Jocelyn Giles, Grade 2, Mountain Park Elementary School|
|First Place, Madeline Smith, Grade 7, Shiloh Middle School|
|Third Place, Radhika Patel , Grade 12, Parkview High School|
|Second Place, Mason Boggs, Grade 3, Mountain Park Elementary School|
|Third Place, Melissa Da Vila, Grade 12, Shiloh High School|
|Honorable Mention, Brooke Agber, Kindergarten, Partee Elementary School|
|Honorable Mention, Coleman Fowler, Kindergarten, Brookwood Elementary School|
|First Place and Entry to National, Kyle Klerk, Grade 5, Mountain Park Elementary School|
|Second Place, Nuzhat Ahmed, Grade 8, Trickum Middle School|
|Honorable Mention, Sunny-Lee Alsobrook, Grade 1, Gwin Oaks Elementary School|
|Third Place, Sarah Dhanani, Grade 7, Crews Middle School|
|Second Place, Karla Frankova, Grade 3, Camp Creek Elementary School|
|Third Place, Dylan Schmidt, Grade 5, Head Elementary School|
|Second Place, Hannah Sanders, Grade 6, Crews Middle School|
|Third Place, Mary Wang, Grade 9, Parkview High School|
|First Place, Briana Jones, Grade 11, Parkview High School|
The following students have placed at State! Fifteen in all and the most ever in Visual Arts. We still do not know their final placement. That will be revealed at the exhibition.
The exhibition will be held at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. All are welcome to view the wonderful works of art. The art exhibit is:
2pm – 6pm on March 19th, 2017
I’m so proud of these students. Please congratulate them on a job well done!
|Jocelyn Giles, Second Grade, Mountain Park Elementary School|
|Madeline Smith, Seventh Grade, Shiloh Middle School|
|Radhika Patel , Twelfth Grade, Parkview High School|
|Mason Boggs, Third Grade, Mountain Park Elementary School|
|Melissa Da Vila, Twelfth Grade, Shiloh High School|
|Brooke Agber, Kindergarten, Partee Elementary School|
|Coleman Fowler, Kindergarten, Brookwood Elementary School|
|Kyle Klerk, Fifth Grade, Mountain Park Elementary School|
|Nuzhat Ahmed, Eighth Grade, Trickum Middle School|
|Sunny-Lee Alsobrook, First Grade, Gwin Oaks Elementary School|
|Sarah Dhanani, Seventh Grade, Crews Middle School|
|Karla Frankova, Third Grade, Camp Creek Elementary School|
|Dylan Schmidt, Fifth Grade, Head Elementary School|
|Hannah Sanders, Sixth Grade, Crews Middle School|
|Mary Wang, Ninth Grade, Parkview High School|