Connecting Parents, Teachers and Students

FCCPTA is a Powerful Voice

A powerful voice for all children; A relevant resource for families and communities; and a strong advocate for the education, health, and well-being of every child.

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The Fairfax County Council of PTAs (FCCPTA) is an active partner with its local school units and the Fairfax County community at large as we work together to provide our children with the highest quality educational environment and opportunities available.

FCCPTA part of the oldest and largest volunteer child advocacy organization in the nation – the PTA! Because of our efforts, our children have opportunities to excel and take advantage of so many wonderful programs.

We exist to positively impact the lives of all children and families by representing our members and empowering and supporting them with skills in advocacy, leadership, and communication.

We exist to:

  • Foster communication between and among units to share best practices and common concerns.

  • Provide a unified, effective voice in relationships with the School District(s) and community partners which include our local city, county and state offices and officials, our local business community, parents and the community at large.

  • Link the Fairfax County area PTAs with the resources, support and advocacy from the Northern Virginia District, Virginia, & National PTA organizations.

  • Be the leading voice advocating for quality public education and a nurturing environment for all of our children.

FCCPTA – Together We Touch the Future!


FCCPTA sponsors and coordinates the following programs: Awards Diversity Conference Reflections Spelling Bee Scholarships Virginia Power Plates

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