To create bonds within our school community and to promote educational opportunities for all children.
The Stevens PTA is part of a larger national organization that works with our state and district units to advocate for school children through educational outreach, fundraising, and community involvement.
1. A powerful voice for the children of our community
2. a relevant resource for families
3. an advocate for the well-being and education of all our children.
What We Do
We create programs to support, enrich and expand the basic activities of the Seattle Public School District. Our children deserve the best we can provide and we work to help them realize their full potential by exposing them to a rich and varied experience. At Stevens we host a variety of community events, provide support for teachers and enrichment opportunities for students, and encourage widespread participation in the life of our school. We also operate Tutu's Pantry during the school year for our friends in need.
Our fundraising and annual budget is a means to an end -- to do what we do, in partnership with school leadership. The budget provides the financial resources to enrich the experience and welcome all members of the Stevens community.
Learn more about the budgeting process by clicking this link.
PTA 6.153.27 of the Seattle Council PTSA Coalition. Founded in 1909, the Seattle Council PTSA has 14,000 members in 75 schools. SCPTSA officers represent members on district, city and state committees.
The Stevens PTA belongs to Region 6 of the Washington PTA. The Washington State PTA is divided into 13 regions that facilitate close working relationships between member units. We are part of Region 6. WSPTA's Region 6 covers portions of King and Snohomish Counties. The Northshore, Seattle, Shoreline and Vashon Island School Districts reside within Region 6.
The Washington State PTA was founded in 1905 and is now 150,000 members strong. The Washington State PTA has advocated for kids on the local, state and national level for over 100 years. The Washington State PTA coined the term “Preschool” and began mentoring parents of toddlers long before early childhood education was the norm
The Washington State PTA is part of the National PTA. The National PTA outlines its policy priorities each year regarding education, child health and Nutrition, juvenile justice and delinquency prevention and school safety.
Meet The PTA
Our Website Art
The art for our website was commissioned by Capitol Hill artist and Stevens 1st Grade Parent, Kaitlin Fritz, who you might know as the host of Cal Anderson's Cutie Fest art show.