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Welcome to the Parent-Teacher Association for Clinton, Connecticut, your local branch of the largest advocacy association in the nation.  The PTA offers parents and teachers a powerful voice to advocate on behalf of every child.  We provide the tools to help your children be safe, healthy and successful in the Clinton Public School System and in life.

Membership Renewal:

Reminder to renew your membership (membership runs Jul thru Jun) or join today! Help support our programs, speakers, advocacy and mission.

In the News:

  • Homework Policy, Adopted Aug 21, 2017 A well defined homework policy has long been a hot topic for Clinton parents. Your PTA board, PTA members and other volunteers, worked closely with the Clinton Public Schools administrators to craft this new homework policy. This is just one example of the positive change your PTA can deliver. Many members make for a strong ... read more...

Upcoming Events:

  • Suicide Awareness Voices of Education “SAVE”: September 28, 2017 - Henry Carter Hull Library Inc, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton, CT 06413, USA
  • Screenagers: November 9, 2017 -

Recent Guest Speakers/Events/Topics:

  • Career Night for Morgan & Eliot Students – Tue Apr 18, 7-9pm – Morgan Cafe Morgan & Eliot students! Join us for CAREER NIGHT to explore careers! Meet with over 50 professionals from a wide variety of fields including Science, IT, Arts, Law, Trades, Education, Social Work, Medicine and many more. Some include: Advertising – Amy Carse Architect – Peggy Sullivan Book Publisher – Max Phelps College Professors – Kathleen Skoczen and Meredith Adler Early Childhood Education – Coralie Williams Educational ...
  • Parenting Today for a Successful Tomorrow – Feb 13, 2017 – WATCH PARENTING TODAY FOR A SUCCESSFUL TOMORROW Developing Capable Children & Young Adults Join us for a roundtable discussion of these topics: Utilizing Discipline & Logical Consequences Providing Worthwhile Experiences & Enrichment Supporting an Effective Home/School Connection Knowing Your Place in Your Child’s Education Balancing Compliments with Constructive Criticism Encouraging Independence & Responsibility Common Pitfalls & Problem-Solving Katherine Bruch McCollom, MS Ed.: Katie has served as an elementary ...
  • The Mask You Live In – Film and Discussion – Wed, Jan 25, 6pm – Board of Ed Conf Room A candid and powerful film following boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity. This FREE presentation is geared toward the following adult audience:  Parents, Relatives, Coaches, Teachers, Clergy, Community Members who interact with boys of all ages. Light supper will be served… Please RSVP to Andrea Kaye ...