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Legislative Advocacy

PTA Advocacy for Education - April 20

PTA Advocacy Day for Education

Invest a Day in Enhancing Your Understanding

April 20, 9am-2pm

Invest a Day in Enhancing your Understanding: Register to Attend PTA Advocacy Day for Education held on April 20th from 9am to 2pm at the San Ramon Community Center.



Join parents, educators, elected officials, and community members for the 38th annual PTA Advocacy Day for Education hosted by the San Ramon Valley, Las Trampas Creek, and Pleasanton PTA Councils.


We will explore topics related to public school funding in California. The day will begin with a level-setting presentation about education funding in CA with Jeff Camp, the founder and primary writer for Ed100.org. This will be followed by a panel discussion that will add different perspectives to the continued conversation, including a PTA state budget advocate, an Assembly Education Committee staffer, and policy analyst from the California Budget & Policy Center. We will also participate in the CA Budget Challenge exercise which provides hands-on experience in the trade-offs addressed in creating a budget. After lunch, we will hear from our state legislators in a moderated panel followed by an opportunity to put what we've learned into action. For more information and registration, visit PTA Advocacy Day for Education 2018.

Legislative Advocacy at DVHS PTSA

Mission Statement

Our goal is to influence, within PTA guidelines, federal, state and local policy makers to pass laws and grant funding which will provide for the improvement and betterment of our public schools in both curriculum and facilities. In order to accomplish this goal, we will clarify legislative issues affecting our schools to the parent population and community.


How You Can Help

▪ Recognize the importance of these issues

▪ Stay informed

▪ Work to inform your friends and neighbors

▪ Volunteer to become legislative committee members through your school PTA board

▪ Participate and assist in letter writing campaigns to legislators on key issues

▪ Write to local media on issues affecting our schools.


For more information contact: Dima Anqud, VP of Legislative Advocacy, or visit SRVCPTA Legislative for latest information.

High School Voter Registration

High School Voter Registration

California State celebrated High School Voter Education during the last two weeks of April. To encourage and support local students and schools, Contra Costa County has created a free, mobile texting tool just for high school students. Using this program, Contra Costa County students 16 and up can preregister and those 18 and older can register to vote.



1-Text your school name to: 2Vote (28683)

2- Receive a reply text with a link to quick, easy voter registration tools.


Additional election-related resources specifically for younger voters (mock elections on youth-oriented topics, poll worker opportunities, HS voter registration drive ideas) can be found on the California Secretary of State website.


Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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