Keeping Connected and Staying Informed!
Below are the many ways the PTA provides Adams families with opportunities to be informed and build connections within the school community.
The work of the PTA goes beyond our school. Its role as an organization is to advocate for students throughout our district, state and all across the country. Below are additional resources that may prove helpful to parents.
THE ADAMS COMMUNITY
Subscribe to the Adams Weekly Newsletter
The Adams PTA sends out weekly newsletters via ConstantContact email. These are typically distributed on Tuesdays. The newsletter is a great way to keep informed on school events, volunteer opportunities, and special announcements.
Sign up for the Family Directory
The Directory is a great tool to contact with other Adams families! Parents must opt into having their family listed in the directory. Sign up begins mid-September. Additional information on how to sign up will be shared by Grade Reps, posted in the newsletter and listed on the PTA website home page. Every student at Adams gets a copy of the printed directory in October, even if you choose not to be listed.
Connect with your Grade Reps
The Adams PTA has one or two parents from each grade who act as liaisons to the PTA and our principal. These volunteers disseminate information, answer questions (or find the answers to questions!), and act as resources for any concerns you may have. In addition to the reps, each grade has a mailing list; these lists are used to provide PTA & school info to families, and to share activities and events for the families in your grade.
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SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Subscribe to the SPS School Beat Newsletter
Subscribe to the districts newsletter for the latest news about academic initiatives, key developments, and the great accomplishments of teachers and student within the district. Have a story tip or question? Email us at GoodNews@seattleschools.org.
The Seattle Special Education PTSA is made up of Seattle area parents, educators, friends, and students with disabilities. We strive to be a racially, culturally, and socio-economically inclusive group that is representative of the students we serve.
Seattle Council PTSA represents over 80 PTAs and PTSAs in Seattle Public Schools. Centering the voices of those furthest from educational justice, we support, inform, and advocate for and with school communities all over Seattle.
National PTA Advocacy