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All local unit PTAs or PTSAs are part of the Henrico County Council-Your District is Richmond-You are Part of the Virginia Central Region of James River, Richmond & Rappahannock Valley.

National PTA Headquarters
1250 N. Pitt Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314

Phone: (703) 518-1200
Toll Free: (800) 307-4PTA (4782)
Fax: (703) 836-0942
E-mail:
info@pta.org
www.pta.org

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Central Region

Virginia PTA Headquarters
1027 Wilmar Avenue
Richnmond VA 23227

(804) 264-1234 (866) 4vakids (82-5437)
FAX: (804) 264-4014
Email:
info@vapta.org
Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Monday Through Friday
www.vapta.org

Elected Officers
Sarah Gross-President
Donna Columbo-President Elect
 Kim Chandler -Vice President Advocacy
Pam Croom- Vice President Training

Jill Burley - Vice President Programs
Sharon Abernathy-Secretary
Irene Smith-Treasurer

Areas in the Central Region are James River, Richmond and Rappahannock Valley

Virginia PTA is divided into six regions so that a closer working relationship with districts, councils, and local units may be achieved. A district director representative, elected by the directors from each district, represents the combined interests of all districts in the state, on the state executive committee. These representatives are elected at the spring Board of Managers meeting to serve a one-year term and may serve in this capacity for two consecutive terms.

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Richmond District

Elected Officers
Melissa Hayes-District Director
OPEN-1st Assistant
 Wanda Green -Secretary/Treasurer

http://www.richmondpta.com/

Counties in the Richmond District are Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, and
Richmond City.

Districts are geographical divisions of the state designated by the state board to carry on state work effectively. The state bylaws govern the work of the district and must be approved by the state Bylaws Committee. The district PTA also helps to integrate council August 2011 Virginia PTA Local Unit Resource Guide and local unit work with state and national programs and activities. Elected to a two-year term by the district membership, the district director represents the district on Virginia PTA’s Board of Managers.

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Henrico County Council of PTAs

Executive Committee
Ali Brown, President
April Gants - VP Programs 
Sharita Bryant - VP Membership
Joy Bruckner -  Secretary
 Kerry Turner - Treasurer

Magisterial Districts are Brookland, Fairfield, Three Chopt, Tuckahoe and Varina.

A council is a group of Local PTAs in a town, city or county, organized under the authority of the state PTA. There must be three local units in an area to form a council. Its purpose is to help local PTAs coordinate their efforts and promote conferences and leadership training at the grass roots. A council serves only as an advisor to local PTAs and may not legislate for them.
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Local Units
Forms a nationwide network of members striving to meet the needs of children and youth

Operates as a self-governing body, adhering to ALL non-profit law and regulations
Linked through its membership and district to Virginia PTA and National PTA
Works at the school site, home, and community for all children
Bylaws are based on Local Unit Bylaws of the Virginia PTA