Our Mission is to advocate for all the children and youth of San Diego Unified School District.
San Diego Unified Council of PTAs will provide service, support, training, leadership, and guidance to each of our 81 PTA units.
We will assist units through communication, training, unit visits, projects, and providing PTA resources. We will serve our
community through education, collaboration and resource services.
1. To be involved in their children’s education
2. To work with teachers
3. To be a positive role model for kids
Welcome to the San Diego Unified Council of PTAs
Our goal is to ensure that individual units have the training, tools and tips that help them run a successful PTA. On this site, you’ll find out
how to reach your Council Executive Board, sign up for eblasts and view
our Council Calendar. We’ll also be posting helpful links and resources to help you realize your goals,
so check back often!
Upcoming Events in 2013-2014
No Monday hours
September 29 and October 6, 2014
Insurance Alert -- FYI Insurance this year is $209
Use our handy Unit Remittance Form [pdf]
Reflections Entries Due
When: Monday November 3, 2014
Where: PTA Bungalow at the Ballard Center, Old Town
To be added to the Reflections news and updates, email Barbara Flannery.
Parent Invovlvement Day
When: Thursday November 20, 2014
If you are looking for ideas, we have not updated that section but you can
use our flyer from last year to help get you started.
There are lots of good ideas.
Remember to File Tax Forms
Now is a good time. As soon as your Annual Financial Report is complete, units with incomes under $50,000 have
all the information they need to file Federal and State Tax Forms and the California State Charitable Trust Form.
for Step by Step instructions follow our Electronic Tax Filing Step by Step
Charitable Trust Filing Information
Every PTA has a new legal requirement – filing for a Charitable Trust Number. CAPTA has the information on
New Immunization Rules for California
Starting in September of 2012, Whooping Cough Immunization required for all 7th through 12th graders. From more information visit