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PTA and class representatives: letters to parents

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Last updated on 8 June 2017
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Are there examples of letters inviting parents to join the PTA? We look at examples of letters which invite parents to join the parent teacher association (PTA) and become class representatives. We also link to an article with further guidance on setting up and running a PTA.

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  1. 1 Examples from primary schools 
  2. 2 Example from a secondary school

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