Just wondering about those of you who are involved... Are teachers at your school required to go if a parent of a child in their class is in the PTA/PTO??? Isn't that the point of it, for the Parents AND Teachers to have a meeting? I understand that they do other things, like sponsering dances and chaperoning them, but shouldn't the focus be to work with the teachers? How can you do this if your child's teacher isn't into the PTA/PTO meetings?
I am very new to all this and have yet to attend my first meeting, but upon asking the president, she replied that most teachers do not attend. I don't understand this, if teachers don't go, then why should it still be called Parent/Teacher?? Shouldn't they find another name for the group that doesn't seem to imply teachers to be participating?
Asked by Sarasmoonflower at 10:37 PM on Sep. 9, 2010 inLevel 13 (1,093 Credits)
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