Family Engagement

PTA's National Standards for Family-Schools Partnerships

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Health and Safety

Bullying, harassment, teen driving safety

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Farmington Area PTA Scholarship:

 The Farmington Area PTA Council sponsors a local scholarship program culminating with the presentation of up to three, $500 scholarships to graduating seniors from Farmington Public Schools. The scholarship is named after former Farmington Public Schools Superintendent C. Robert Maxfield, a man dedicated to serving others by providing educational opportunity to all youths in the community. To be eligible, a student must be an active member of a high school Parent Teachers Student Association (PTSA). Applications are due March 28, 2018.  Recipients will be notified by April 28, 2018.

Schools of Excellence

 National PTA School of Excellence is a recognition program that supports and celebrates partnerships between PTAs and schools to enrich the educational experience and overall well-being for all students. 

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Family Reading Experience

 Parents take part in the fun with their kids and leave the event with a deeper understanding of the simple ways they can support literacy. 

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Connect For Respect

Research shows that one of the most effective ways to prevent bullying behavior is to create a positive school climate. School climate encompasses everything that contributes to a student's experience with a school—from the physical building to policies, staff and peer culture. 

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Reflections is a PTA sponsored contest that encourages creativity in our students via visual arts, photography, literature, film production, music composition and dance choreography.  All students from grades Pre-school to 12th grade in the Farmington Public School district are eligible to participate.  All entries must be the work of one student.   

What a great opportunity to tell the world about you and/or what is important to you. Keep in mind, all entries should be the student's interpretation of the theme. There isn't a wrong or right way to create art. Have fun!

Follow this link for rules and entry forms to participate in the upcoming Reflections contest or to see the latest results...