Educational Institutions

Centerville ES PTA

  • Snellville, GA
  • http://www.centervilleespta.weebly.com

Mission Statement

To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

PTAs serve as a type of forum where parents, teachers, administrators, and other concerned adults discuss ways to promote quality education, strive to expand the arts, encourage community involvement, and work for a healthy environment and safe neighborhoods.

CES PTA is linked to the Georgia PTA and the national PTA organization, forming a nationwide network of members working on behalf of all children and youth.

PTA is
* A powerful voice for all children,
* A relevant resource for families and communities, and
* A strong advocate for the education and well-being of every child.

Main Programs

  1. Centerville Elementary School PTA - PTA Georgia Congress

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ruling year

1963

President since 2012

Self-reported

Mrs. Lynn B Green

Keywords

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PTA, children, youth, school

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EIN

23-7375211

 Number

0226451392

Also Known As

Centerville Elementary School PTA

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Parent Teacher Group (B94)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (B01)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Programs

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Program 1

Centerville Elementary School PTA - PTA Georgia Congress

National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement - Building Successful Partnerships (BSP) Parent and family involvement increases student achievement and success. BSP is a multifaceted initiative that focuses on increasing the awareness and implementation of the National Standards for Parent/Family involvement. There are trained BSP facilitators who are available to present workshops and presentations.Parent Involvement School of Excellence Certification ProgramExcellent Schools Don't Just Happen -- THEY'RE CREATED! A new program established by National PTA to help every school evaluate its own parent involvement practices and make improvements where needed.ReflectionsThe Reflections was established in 1969 by National PTA board member Mary Lou Anderson. The Reflections Program is an arts recognition and achievement program. Students in PTA schools in preschool through grade 12 participate in the arts areas of literature, musical compositions, photography and visual arts. This program provides a venue for students to create and be recognized for original works of art based on a preselected theme, while increasing community awareness of the importance of arts in education.

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Centerville ES PTA

Leadership

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President

Mrs. Lynn B Green

BIO

Ms. Lynn Battle Green (President) is the mother of a 3rd grade and a 5th grade student. She is in her final term as president. Ms. Green previously served as CES PTA Vice President and served on the yearbook committee for two years. Ms. Green’s husband Larry is chair of the Watch D.O.G.S., and a Cub Scout pack leader. Ms. Green co-chaired the 2011-2012 Reflections program at Centerville, and served as cookie mom for her daughter’s Girl Scout troop for 3 years. Ms. Green is a UGA graduate and is the Managing Director at the Morton Theatre in Athens, Georgia.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Lynn Green

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