The Hunt District PTA is represented on the Loudoun County School Board Equity Committee and brings your concerns to the table. Contact Lara Profitt, Equity and Diversity Chair, with any questions and comments.
When PTAs represent their diverse communities, they gain strength and effectiveness through increased volunteer and resource support. National PTA's Diversity & Inclusion page has toolkits and a wealth of information, resources and key strategies to enhance your PTA’s inclusion of every member of your school community.
Get Engaged With Your Diverse Families!
Here are some ways that you can get started with ensuring you are meeting the needs of your diverse community, and ensure every family feels welcome.
Work with your school administration to secure a translator for your PTA meetings and events.
Utilize a bilingual parent volunteer to translate your PTA communications into multiple languages based on the demographics of your school. (Ask your school administration for data)
Remind your delegates that as a representative of your PTA it is critical that they attend your PTA meetings and give an update about the concerns and interests of the group they are supporting! Their report should be a regular item on your General Membership Agenda!