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Diablo Vista PTSA

The mission of the PTSA is to make our school environment a richer place for our students, parents, and staff.

For pennies a day, you can become a PTSA member, joining more than 4 million other people who share your interest in issues affecting children. Everyone—parents, educators, students and other citizens active in their schools and communities—is invited to join our not-for-profit parent association. The PTA’s nationwide network provides parents with the forum and tools to collectively influence the decisions that affect children not only at their schools, but also throughout their districts, within their states, and across the nation. This mission is unique to the PTSA. We at DVMS have fun while making our school environment a richer place for our students, parents and staff.

It's NEVER too late to join!


What do our PTSA dues go towards?

From every membership, DVMS PTSA helps fund 

Curriculum materials not funded by the State/District as well as such items as:

  • Teacher Grants
  • Assemblies/Programs
  • Family Fun Events
  • Honorary Service Awards
  • Reflections
  • Student of the Month
  • 8th Grade Promotion Party

The DVMS PTSA is a 501(c)3 organization. Our tax ID# is 68-0449786.

Thank you for your donations - if the PTSA receives more funds than are needed for a particular project or event, donations may be used for an area of greater need.

PTSA Legislative News and Activity

by Anna Win       

PTA is one of the nation's oldest advocacy organizations. PTA has been an advocate for children since 1897 and has always been at the forefront in supporting laws that benefit children. One PTA purpose is to secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. So, what is the definition of Advocacy within the guidelines of of PTA?

Advocacy in PTA is simply communicating about an issue for which National or State PTA has adopted a position by speaking, writing, phoning, or emailing. The purpose of the communication can be to inform, educate, persuade or increase the level of awareness about the issue. PTA members are advocates for children and their parents. PTA members have and still advocate on a wide variety of child-related issues: education, health, nutrition, safety, juvenile protection, welfare reform, parent and family life, and drug abuse prevention, to name a few.

Every PTA member can be an effective advocate. The process is always the same: identify, research and understand the issue; identify the decision-maker; and develop and communicate the message. The process is not always easy, and dedication and perseverance are usually required. For more information, and on how to become part of our dynamic visit the site: Legislative Advocacy Committee


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