COMMUNICATING WITH YOUR PTA
Communicating with members is one of the most important and challenging jobs we have as PTA leaders, whether on the local, council, district, state, or national level. Our mission is so important, and as volunteers, we are often keeping all the proverbial plates spinning, which can leave little time for effective communication strategies.
Below are resources to support your efforts to communicate with your members, prospective members, FCPS, partners and other organizations, elected officials, and community members.
PTA BRAND GUIDELINES
Consistency is key! You want your members, prospective member, and the entire community to recognize your work. Using the PTA-brand identity will help people quickly and easily associate your materials as part of PTA, the largest child advocacy association in the United States.
GET STARTED: LOGO, COLORS & FONTS
Using your school PTA logo looks sharp! Don't have the PTA logo with your local unit name? Download the presentation below to make and save your custom PTA/PTSA logo. Share your logo, the color guide, and fonts with your Executive Board so everyone has access to these materials and uses them consistently. And be sure your board is on OUR email list for ongoing information and tips. Questions on how to do this or any other questions related to the website, email marketing, social media, etc.? Contact email@example.com. We're here to help!