Advocacy Tips and responsibilities for individual units
Have an Advocacy/Legislative chair on their board of directors
Follow SPS issues by keeping up with the Seattle School Board. Meeting agendas for work sessions and regular board meetings are always available on the SPS website, in addition to archives of past meetings and issues.
Review the helpful Advocacy Handbook from WSPTA (includes description of duties of a legislative chair) and a WSPTA guide for taking positions on ballot measures
Participate in State PTA legislative events (see WSPTA Advocacy Page)
Send at least one delegate to the WSPTA Legislative Assembly every fall to participate in determining the legislative platform of the WSPTA.
Attend SCPTSA General Membership meetings, 4 times during the school year, to connect with the SCPTSA Board and with other PTA members from around the city.