15500 Simonds Rd. NE, Kenmore, WA. 98028
What is a PTSA you ask? PTA is, every child. one voice. Our IHS PTSA is a powerful relevant voice for children, a resource for families, schools and communities, and a strong advocate for education, and the health, safety and well-being of All children. Providing the opportunity to make a difference in a child's life, and striving to make every child's potential a reality! Our IHS PTSA is part of Washington State PTA.
IHS PTSA proudly serves our diverse Inglemoor High Schools community, located in Kenmore, WA. With our student population just over 1,900, and serving students in the 9th - 12th grades in Northshore School District.
The Golden Acorn Award is presented by a local PTA or council to a school or community volunteer in recognition of their dedication and service to children and youth.
The Outstanding Advocate Award was established to recognize an individual for their statewide advocacy and commitment in helping to create strong policies relating to the health, welfare, safety and education of children and youth.
The individual should have furthered WSPTA’s policy positions (legislative principles, resolutions, and legislative issues) by activities such as, but not limited to, submitting policy positions, testifying on policy positions on behalf of WSPTA, or representing WSPTA on workgroups or coalitions. This award may be given by a local PTA or council.
The Outstanding Educator Award is presented to an individual who has exhibited continued and dedicated contributions and efforts to enhance the educational outcomes of all children or youth. This award may be given by a local PTA or council to honor outstanding educators who have made significant contributions in their community.
An educator may be defined as a teacher, assistant, specialist, support staff, administrator or community members.
The Outstanding Student Advocate Award recognizes student PTA members who have made significant contributions through leadership and service in their school and community. The Outstanding Student Advocate Award may be presented by local PTAs, councils and regions.
The Recipient will receive a certificate and pin, and a contribution is made in their name to the WSPTA Scholarship Program that benefits students.
The Northshore Council Golden Acorn Award is presented to a Council volunteer in recognition of her or his dedication and service to children and youth. Recipients receive a certificate and pin, and a contribution is made in their name to the Washington State PTA Scholarship Program that benefits students.
The deadline for nominations for the Northshore Council Golden Acorn Award is April 20, and the Golden Acorn will be presented during the May 7 General Meeting of the Northshore Council
Your Ready To Go, Google Map !
Translate This Page