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Become a PTA Member

Join R.D. White PTA!

All families are encouraged to become PTA members. By joining PTA, you are adding your voice to advocacy efforts on behalf of all children, helping your local PTA, and sending a strong message that you support children and families. Research has proven that students achieve higher grades, have better attendance, and more consistently complete homework when parents are involved. And, joining PTA is a great way to get involved and to meet other active parents! 

Becoming a member is easy! Simply click on this link to sign up online.


PTA Membership Drive

The classroom that reaches 100% PTA participation during a specified timeframe will win a lunch with Principal Kaprielian! (If multiple classrooms reach this goal, there may be a drawing to select only one).

Membership Cost

INDIVIDUAL: PTA individual membership is only $10 per member per school year.

FAMILY: PTA family membership is only $30 per school year for up to 4 members.

PTA membership dues help to support our programs. While we encourage all parents to participate in events, PTA members are not required to volunteer at events, or attend membership meetings.

Membership Discounts and Perks

PTA Membership Perks include discounts to Legoland, Aquarium of the Pacific, AARP, Office Depot Office Max, Quicken Loans, Good Housekeeping, Lenovoa, and much more!  Visit the California State PTA and National PTA for a listing of all perks!

PTA Activities

  • Mustang Valet
  • Educational Assemblies
  • Safe Routes to School / Walking School Bus
  • Peaceful Playgrounds
  • Room Parent Program
  • Scholastic Book Fair
  • Teacher Appreciation Week
  • Family Reading Night, Math Night, and Science Fair
  • National PTA Reflections Art Program
  • Red Ribbon Week
  • Food Drives & Toy Drives
  • Family Book Club
  • Family Picnic
  • Spirit Sales

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to volunteer at all PTA events and attend all PTA meetings?
No. While encouraged, PTA members are not required to volunteer at events, or attend membership meetings.

Does the PTA make money for itself? 
No. The PTA is a non-profit organization. All funds collected by the PTA go back to the school to benefit its students.

PTA Resources

Visit our PTA websites for great tips on helping your children succeed in school, to get updates on state and federal education policies and action plans, or to read about community/education/health issues.