For information specifically related to Region 7, please visit our dedicated Region 7 webpage.


WSPTA Board of Directors
Our Founders

WSPTA Bylaws
WSPTA Directory

Legislative Assembly 2023

Join us for WSPTA’s 45th annual Legislative Assembly, October 21-22, 2023. IMPORTANT: Registration is open until noon on October 5.

At its heart, legislative assembly is about participation, so this year we are planning an inclusive virtual event that will be accessed through the Whova app.

It will be an incredible weekend of advocacy, education, and networking including informative guest presenters, workshops, panels, trainings, and of course, the important work of debating and voting on additions and updates to our legislative platform. This is an amazing opportunity to connect with PTA members and advocates statewide.

Annual Business Meeting and Spring Conference

The spring of 2024 for WSPTA annual convention will be coming soon!

If you have any questions email


National PTA President 2023-26 Yvonne Johnson

​Helpful Links:
Our Founders
National PTA
National PTA “Our Children” Magazine (National PTA’s parent involvement online magazine)
National PTA “One Voice” Blog for Every Child in Focus
National PTA eLearning Page – options for extra training

Want to Learn More About Becoming a Better PTA Leader?
National PTA Maintains a “Local Leader Kit” and “PTSA Resources

In Addition, National PTA Hosted a 2019 PTA Boot Camp With Lessons Still Applicable Today!*

As part of this program, National PTA provides resources in the following areas:

National PTA Newsletters:
National PTA publishes five e-newsletters (see below) that reach a combined audience of more than 325,000 PTA leaders, parents, teachers and students. Click HERE to sign up.

PTA Weekend Update
This weekly newsletter keeps all PTA members informed with up-to-the-minute announcements, offers, program deadlines, grant opportunities and more.

Advocacy Insider
This monthly newsletter offers the latest news on legislative issues affecting families, children, education, schools and communities. It also highlights National PTA policy priorities and activities.

Leadership Briefing
This monthly newsletter keeps state PTA leaders (state presidents, state presidents-elect, state board members, etc.) informed about National PTA programs, partnerships, events and resources.

Local Leader News
This monthly newsletter keeps local PTA leaders informed about the latest grant opportunities, programs and resources offered by National PTA.

Our Children Magazine
This monthly newsletter keeps PTA parents updated with the latest parenting, education, family fun and PTA community articles from National PTA’s Our Children Magazine.