Welcome to E. Hale Curran PTA!We are very excited for the 2018/2019 school year and look forward to helping every child and parent discover,"E. Hale Curran is Out of This World!"Be a PTA member and be a VOICE for your child. By joining PTA you are showing your support for ALL the children at E. Hale Curran.
Our mission at E. Hale Curran is to help every child reach their full potential and to bring families and community together by:
- providing fun and educational events
- supporting STEM at the school
- encouraging creativity and confidence
The E. Hale Curran PTA is an organization that brings parents, teachers, and staff together to facilitate parental participation at the school to help make it a fun and exciting place for students! We work in conjunction with the Murrieta Valley Council PTA and California State PTA to support and speak on behalf of our children and youth, promote parent and public involvement in schools, and assist parents in developing skills needed to nurture children.
All EHC parents, teachers, staff, students, and community members are welcome and encouraged to be a part of the PTA. Please join us in our efforts to serve and advocate for all of the children at Curran! We are always looking to add more members who are willing to lend their time and talents to our school. Whether you want to join the Board, plan a program, or just help out now and then, we would love to have you! Join TODAY!
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Let us know if you would like to lend a helping hand – we are all volunteers on PTA. Not a lot of time? No worries – volunteer as little, or as much, as you would like. We appreciate any help we can get, but we can’t do it alone!Send us an email that you would like to help and we will put you on our SignUpGenius list.
“Every Child. One Voice”
The National PTA is the oldest and largest volunteer association working exclusively on the behalf of all children and youth. PTA started in 1897 when two women decided to make a difference in the lives of all children, not just their own.