Our District PTA works to promote the welfare of children while supporting the work of the Fort Osage School District, National PTA, Missouri PTA, and our five local units.
Volunteers prove that ordinary people can do extraordinary things. By spending just one hour a week with students in schools, mentors are making a world of difference in the lives of young people throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Career Days illustrating the connection between academic/technical ability and career fields offer students a safe environment for structuring goals.
Individuals are always needed to assist teachers in helping the classroom run smoothly. Volunteers may lead small group activities, assist in coordinating large-group efforts, and help students individually as needed.
The establishment of a scholarship for individual schools or student qualities provides a tremendous incentive to students. Parents and students often need assistance in researching scholarship opportunities and qualifications.
Opportunities for students to "shadow" for follow community volunteers through a particular activity, day, or project offer tremendous insights to the application of education in the real world. Individual opportunities can be facilitated to meet the specific needs of both students and business.