SHORTRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
Due to COVID 19
Suspended Until Further Notice
NATIONAL PTA STATEMENT
ON RACIAL INEQUITY AND INJUSTICE
The Case for
in the Classroom
Nationwide, parents and policymakers are highlighting the importance of racial representation in the classroom. For some of the things to consider when it comes to having minority teachers in the classroom click here.
PTA RESOURCES FOR PARENTS:
What parents must know click here.
What are the warning signs?
are expected to maintain passing grades in all classes. Academic eligibility will be determined at the end of each quarter; fall sport eligibility is based upon the previous year’s quarter 4 report card.
Students who are identified as having an ‘F’ (IB grade of 1) in any course at the end of a quarter will be deemed academically ineligible for the following quarter.
Any student with more than two (2) ‘D’ grades (IB score of 2) at the end of a quarter will be deemed academically ineligible for the following quarter. For more information visit school website.
The National Parent Teacher Association
(National PTA) is a non-profit organization based in Alexandria, Virginia. It is the largest and oldest volunteer organization working exclusively on behalf of youth.
The Parent-Teacher and Parent-Teacher-Student Association use the PTA and PTSA acronym. Local level PTA/PTSA units are established all over the United States, and are governed by a State level office. All local and state level units are governed by the National PTA.
For information on the reach of this organization visit Indiana PTA and
Cultural Diversity & Inclusion
Latino Initiative Chairperson: TBA
Life Skills Initiative Chairperson: TBA
Education Legislation & Advocacy
National PTA Reflections Arts Program