The work of a PTA Mom is never done. She is a multitasking woman staying on top of all of her kids’ activities, managing her home and all of her volunteering duties with the PTA. First and foremost, the PTA Mom needs to take care of her kids and family – every meal and activity in their day. She needs to plan her day and week as well so that she can attend to her volunteer duties while working around everyone’s schedules. Whether it is to prepare a dinner on a PTA Meeting night or get her kids a ride back from the soccer game while she is at her PTA meeting, the PTA Mom plans ahead. Many a time she has taken on too man volunteering duties – baking for the PTA bake sale, helping out at the book fair and in the library, being in charge of […]
10. The PTA Board meetings are always in the mornings and Dads are at work. FIX: Move the meetings to the evenings. 9. PTA Moms are the leaders at home and the school and do not want give Dads a chance to lead. 8. Dads do not want to get involved with school politics! 7. PTA Moms are better at fighting school boards for their children’s education! 6. Dads cannot compete with the Type A PTA Moms who are organized, smart and capable of doing it on their own. 5. Stay-at-home Dads really love staying at home – they don’t like to socialize! 4. PTA Moms love fundraising and raising money for their schools. 3. PTA Moms are better at making Halloween Treats, Gingerbread cookies and holiday parties in general! 2. PTA Moms can multi-task – organize the next school fair/bingo night/basket raffle, drive three kids to different places everyday […]
PTA Moms are usually doing it all – managing their children, arranging for the best parties for their classroom, girl scouts leaders, volunteer at the school library, create the school directory and the list goes on. It can be overwhelming at times.