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We extend this invitation to you to become a Burbank Council PTA Champion for Children and join all 16 Burbank Unified School District PTAs for $135, plus a small transaction fee.

Yes, I want to be a Burbank PTA Champion for Children and support the children and youth of Burbank and beyond!

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Thank you for your commitment to our children!

Make Your Voice Heard with Membership in Today’s PTA

Being a PTA advocate means lending your voice to issues that affect your child at home, at school, and in the community. With PTA, you are able to better share your ideas with other parents, teachers, school administrators and community leaders to become part of the decision-making process. Your voice matters!

Membership in PTA gives you access to resources, tools and help from other PTA members to create a strong voice to effect change for your child. Founded in 1897, PTA is the oldest and largest volunteer child advocacy association in the United States with more than 4 million members.

Speak up for your child.

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“An Evening with Carol Kocivar” Sheds Light on School Funding in California

Carol Kocivar speaks during a Community Engagement Night, hosted by the Burbank Council Parent Teacher Assn., at Luther Burbank Middle School on Wednesday.(Tim Berger/Burbank Leader)

On September 25th, Burbank Council PTA hosted a Community Engagement Night featuring guest speaker Carol Kocivar.

Continuing with our efforts to engage and inform the community about the California public education system, Burbank Council PTA invited Carol Kocivar to speak to community members on a wide variety of topics such as how California public schools are funded, teacher salaries and the state pension crisis, current legislation that could affect how our schools are funded, and how parents and community members can advocate for change for our kids.

This event was streamed live. Click HERE to watch the video.

Read the Burbank Leader article about the event HERE.