NCPTA Annual Awards

Outstanding Council Achievement Recognition

The Council Achievement Recognition is designed to recognize councils that worked to promote the mission and vision of PTA.

Total Points Possible - 475
Point Levels:
150 to 299 - Outstanding
300 to 449 - Distinguished
450 to 475 - Superior

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Check all qualification statements that apply to your unit.

Total Points: 0
Good Standing 20 points
Council was represented at a NCPTA Leadership Training 5 points
Council held trainings for local unit leaders 5 points
Budget included expenses for representation at NCPTA led training/conferences 10 points
Council was represented at NCPTA Annual Convention 10 points
Publicized NPTA’s Back to School Resources to local units 15 points
Conducted orientation for new officers and committee chairman 10 points
Made proper transfer of records and other materials from past officers/committee chairmen to new officers/committee chairmen 10 points
Utilized the services of NCPTA by using online services/website, webinar, phone, or mail 5 points
Meet regularly with superintendent 5 points
Attended at least one school board meeting 15 points
Contacted an elected official on PTA positions and proposed legislation and/or budget 20 points
Publicized and promoted the State PTA Legislative Priorities 5 points
Publicized and promoted the National PTA Legislative Priorities 5 points
Participated in Elected Officials Go to School Program 10 points
Received and shared state and national legislative updates 10 points
Participated in NCPTA advocacy webinars 15 points
Attended NPTA Legislative Conference 5 points
Membership Service  
Training offered on recruitment and retention of PTA members 20 points
Identified new unit opportunities 10 points
Engaged and mentored new PTA units 10 points
Supported leadership development for local units 10 points
Used PTA’s National Standards for Family School Partnerships in your council programs 10 points
Held a healthy lifestyles training or event; 10 points
Provided training on bullying prevention 10 points
Provided training on youth risk prevention 10 points
Held an activity or event for military families 10 points
Held an activity for special education families 10 points
Applied for State PTA grants 5 points
Applied for National PTA grants 5 points
Maintained an active volunteer program in your county 20 points
Implemented one or more projects of the State and National PTA programs 5 points
Presented NCPTA Distinguished Service Award 5 points
Publicized and promoted participation (K-12) in the Reflections Program 20 points
Offered parent education training 10 points
Applied for any of the NCPTA Awards 5 points
Supported professional development for educators 15 points
Provided monthly teacher appreciation activities ideas to local units 5 points
Met regularly with educators 10 points
Participated in National Teacher Appreciation Week in May 10 points
Sponsored event(s) that allowed educators and parents to interact 20 points
Worked with teachers to provide tip sheets for effective parent-teacher conferences 10 points
Shared PTA materials with educators 5 points
Published a PTA newsletter and/or website 15 points
Provided materials for English as Second Language families 15 points
Shared PTA information at a community event 5 points
Shared information from NCPTA and/or National PTA with PTA members 10 points
Shared information on health education with parents and students 5 points