The mission of the Ruth Asawa SOTA Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is to positively impact the lives of our students, families and staff through volunteerism, education, communication, and advocacy. Last year the PTSA logged more than 20,000 volunteer hours. Please join us this year! To learn more about our PTSA, including who we are, how to join, community meeting dates, volunteer opportunities, advocacy, and purchase merchandise, please browse our website! www.ruthasawaSOTAptsa.org
School Site Council (SSC) members are elected to represent parents, students, community members, and school staff in the school governance process. The SSC has a number of important responsibilities, including:
- Reviewing and analyzing student achievement data,
- gathering community input,
- helping develop the Balanced Scorecard/Single Plan for Student Achievement (BSC/SPSA) and the school site budget,
- and monitoring the implementation of the plan and budget.
The mission of the African American Parent Advisory Council (AAPAC) is to provide a forum to hear the ideas of the San Francisco Unified School District’s African American/Black families, and respond to those ideas by educating and informing parents of district resources, policies, and programs. It is our goal to empower the lives of all African American/Black children and families by providing the knowledge and skills necessary to advocate for a high quality educational experience for our children.
Inclusive Practices Parent Advisory Council (IPPAC) members support parents to be leaders, advocates and partners in their children's education. We share resources and work together to find solutions that will help all of our kids experience success at Ruth Asawa SOTA. Our meetings are open to any community member who is interested in or has questions about Special Education, Learning Differences, IEPs, SSTs or 504 programs. Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 6:30pm.
Latinx Parent Advisory Council (LPAC) members actively reach out to engage Latino families in policy discussions and to represent family concerns to school leaders. The LPAC also supports parents to be leaders, advocates and partners in their children's education.