The following local PTAs have reached their membership totals from last year:
Cedar Wood PTA, Eisenhower Middle PTSA, Emerson PTA, Everett High PTA, Everett Special Education PTSA, Forest View PTA, Garfield PTA, Hawthorne PTA, Heatherwood Middle PTA, Henry M. Jackson High PTSA, Jackson Elementary PTA, Jefferson PTA, Lowell PTA, Madison PTA, Mill Creek PTA, Monroe PTA, North Middle PTSA, Penny Creek PTA, Port Gardner/Sequoia PTSA, Silver Firs PTA, Tambark Creek PTSA, View Ridge PTA, Whittier PTA, and Woodside PTA
The following local PTAs did reach their membership totals from last school year, but they were very close to doing so:
Evergreen Middle PTA and Gateway Middle PTSA
Membership Growth Awards achieved by our local PTAs so far during 2021-2022 PTA Term:
Full list of membership growth award statuses for our local Everett area PTAs!
During Autumn of each school year, our Council Membership Chair(s) will launch a Council Membership Drive to help boost overall PTA membership within our school district. These efforts boost PTA membership within our school district by an average of 160-200 members.
Examples of total boosts in PTA membership from Council Membership Drives:
2021-22: 210 (February " PTA Membership Appreciation Month")
2019-20: 172 2018-19: 206
2017-18: 207 2016-17: 134
2015-16: 130 2014-15: 100
WHERE DO YOUR MEMBERSHIP FEES GO?
Click here for this helpful flyer that explains that Washington State PTA’s revenues come primarily from membership services fees (67%), convention (17%), and award sales (7%) with the balance made up of fees for Legislative Assembly and region conferences, fundraising affinity pro- grams, and interest on investments.
The information below explains how those revenues are used to serve WSPTA’s local units and councils, and through them our 150,000 members.
WHERE DO YOUR DUES GO?
Click here for a map that shows how your dues are distributed.