Why should you consider becoming a member of the PTSA at Denver School of the Arts?
Amplify your voice.
PTSA trains parents to advocate for children by taking actions and building coalitions that make positive change. Through PTSA, you are informed about what you can do to affect local, state and federal policies that most impact children, families and schools.
Have fun and meet new people!
Show your passion while making new lifelong friends from across your community, state and country that share your commitment to children and families.
Share timely parenting info.
Our premier publication, Our Children Magazine, was created for the parent who’s always on the go and looking for the best parenting, wellness, education and PTSA community info to help their child excel at school and in life.
Transform parent leadership into professional development.
Increase your impact, visibility and connections by taking a leadership role on PTSA boards in your state, local District or with National PTA. We support you every step of the way with in-person, mobile and digital learning experiences, as well as mentors who become your champions for life.
Create the village that helps to raise kids and strengthen schools and communities.
PTSA believes we can make every child’s potential a reality—but we need more believers. We need you.
The mission of the PTA is three-fold:
• To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children;
• To assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children; and
• To encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.
Misión de la PTA
La misión de la PTA es triple:
• Apoyar y hablar en nombre de los niños y jóvenes en las escuelas, en la comunidad y ante los organismosgubernamentales y otras organizaciones que toman decisiones que afectan a los niños;
• Para ayudar a los padres en el desarrollo de las habilidadesque necesitan para criar y proteger a sus hijos, y
• Fomentar la participación de padres y del público en las escuelas públicas de esta nación.