PA / PTA
A Parent Association (PA) is an organization of the parents of students in a New York City public school created and established by the parents’ vote. A PA adopts bylaws, elects officers, and holds regular meetings. 2. A Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) is established when the parent members of a PA vote to amend their bylaws to extend membership to teachers, as well as other categories of staff.
School Leadership Teams (SLTs) are vehicles for
developing school-based educational policies, and
ensuring that resources are aligned to implement
those policies. SLTs assist in the evaluation and
assessment of a school’s educational programs and their effects on student achievement.
SLTs play a significant role in creating a structure
for school-based decision making, and shaping the path to a collaborative school culture.
New York State Education Law Section 2590-h
requires every New York City Public School to
have a School Leadership Team.
ENRICHMENT PLANNING COMMITTEE
This committee will be responsible for planning enrichment opportunities for students at MS 890. These might include field trips, school visits by industry professionals, and mentoring programs.
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