Who We Are

Vancouver Council PTA Board of Directors 2016-17:

 heather  President: Heather Lindberg
Also serves on Region 3 Service Delivery Team as Membership Chair, Council representative for the VPS Foundation, and also Fundraising Chair.   Heather also serves with the Felida PTA as the Screen Free Week Chair and is a member at Eisenhower Elementary PTA.
annamarie2 Vice-President: Annamarie Hoobler
Also serves as Council Hospitality Chair and is a member at iTech PTSA.

amy  Secretary/Reflections Chair: Amy Surface               

Also serves on Region 3 Programs Chair, the Region 3 Service Delivery Team, and is a member at Vancouver School of Arts & Academics PTSA and Thomas Jefferson Middle School PTSA.

wendi  Treasurer:  Wendi Stone

Also serves as Membership Chair at Sacajawea Elementary.

 

angela  Newsletter Editor: Angela Arnett                                         

Also serves on Region 3 Service Delivery Team as Newsletter Editor, and is a member of Thomas Jefferson Middle School PTSA, and Sacajawea Elementary PTA.

                                

 

*Board positions available:

Advocacy Chair
F.A.C.E.  (Family & Community Engagement)
Hospitality Chair
*If you would like more information about the Vancouver Council Board of Directors please email vancouverpta@gmail.com for more information, or attend a Board Meeting.  (see calendar page for dates/locations)

 

Vancouver Council PTA 3.7
is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that serves all children without regard to physical location of school attendance.  It was chartered by the Washington State PTA in October, 1980.  This PTA is registered with the WA Secretary of State under the Charitable Solicitations Act.

 Our Mission
(from the Articles of Incorporation, 11/15/1978)

•To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship

•To raise the standards of home life

•To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth

•To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child

•To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education

•To receive gifts, endowments, devises and bequests which will be used to carry out the purposes and objectives of this corporation

•To carry on any activities necessary to carry out the objectives and purposes of this corporation