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What is pta?

PTA (Parent Teacher Association) is a grassroots organization made up of parents, teachers, and others around the state who have a special interest in children, families, and schools. PTA members are advocates for all children in our neighborhoods, throughout the state, and on Capitol Hill. By joining a local PTA, a member automatically becomes a part of the largest child-advocacy organization in the state and nation.

PTAs work for children. PTAs meet together, study problems, support teachers, volunteer in schools, attend workshops on parenting and become informed on issues regarding children and youth. As a result, PTA members become better parents, teachers, and citizens.

You can join the individual school PTAs through their links below:

Turner Elementary:

Junction Elementary:

Midland Trail Elementary:

Oak Grove Elementary:

Turner Middle School & TSGA:

Turner High School:

Journey School of Choice:


pta district council

The PTA District Council consists of representatives from each of the member schools. The council meets monthly to unify the individual school Parent Teacher Associations and acts as a liaison between individual units and the the state organization. If you would like more information about your local Parent Teacher Association, please reach out to any member of the District Council.


Carla Soptic


Tiffanie Cheatom

1st vice president

Allison Knight


Crystal Mysliwski

2nd vice president

Vikki Mullins