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Serving the PTAs of West Contra Costa and John Swett Unified School Districts

BAYSIDE COUNCIL OF PTAS

Bayside Council of PTAs was  founded in 1990 to serve as the support network for the individual PTA units in the West Contra Costa Unified and John Swett School Districts. 

Today, we serve over 30 individual PTA units.  We are all-volunteer, and are a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in good standing.  Tax ID#23-7041430.

ABOUT THE BAYSIDE COUNCIL

IN A COUPLE OF SENTENCES....

SUPPORT
We provide advice and counsel to individual units so that they may better serve their members.  We also serve as a clearing house for important paperwork and payments that must make their way to district, state and federal locations.  We facilitate attendance at regional trainings.

GROUPS AND TASK FORCES, CONVENTIONS AND CONFERENCES
We nominate Association members to serve on District boards, groups and task forces.  We send Association members to annual PTA Legislative, State and National conventions and conferences. 

ART
We administer the yearly 
"Reflections" Art campaign.

LEADERSHIP AND NEW UNITS
Finally, working with our school districts' community engagement offices, we identify potential schools that can form PTA units, we work to charter new units and then mentor them to self-sufficiency. 

ABOUT PTA

Our mission is to positively impact the lives of all children and families.
OUR PURPOSE

  • To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, places of worship, and throughout the community

  • To raise the standards of home life

  • To advocate for laws that further the education, physical and mental health, welfare, and safety of children and youth

  • To promote the collaboration and engagement of families and educators in the education of children and youth

  • To engage the public in united efforts to secure the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of all children and youth

  • To advocate for fiscal responsibility regarding public tax dollars in public education funding.

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