Utah PTA is a non-profit grassroots child advocacy association made up of parents, teachers, and students. Utah PTA is an affiliate of National PTA and is organized in Utah at local, council, and state levels. Join the largest child advocacy associaiton today, become a member of PTA today!
For more details on Why PTA, click here.
The Utah PTA will help every child realize his/her full potential and will:
Advocate - Support and speak on behalf of children and youth.
Involve - Encourage positive involvement in all facets of a child's life.
Develop - Assist in developing skills to raise and protect children and youth.
The Mission of the PTA is three-fold:
Welcome to a new year of school and a new year of PTA. My name is Gainell Rogers and I am pleased to be serving as your Utah PTA President.
As you start the new year, remember that our main focus is children. The children in your home, the children in your school and the children in our state.
As members of the Utah PTA Board we join with schools across the state
Join us in this "Quest for Success" for each child.
Utah PTA President, 2011-2013
Below is the list of Utah PTA board members and staff. Please feel free to e-mail or call the board members and staff with any questions or comments.
Have you received our new e-newsletter Utah PTA Connection?
If you would like to receive it by email, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive an email asking you to join Just Between Friends. Then you will be on our list.
The Utah PTA has been helping students and schools for many decades. Below is a brief summary of the major milestones and accomplishments of the Utah PTA:
1847 - 1919
1920 - 1950
1951 - 1989
1990 - 1999
2000 - Present
Utah PTA Presidents
2011 - 2013 — Gainell Rogers
2009 - 2011 — Ilene Mecham
2007 - 2009 — Marilyn Simister
2005 - 2007 — Carmen Snow
2003 - 2005 — JoAnn Neilson
2001 - 2003 — Susan Dayton
1999 - 2001 — Colleen Taylor
1997 - 1999 — Barbara Willie
1995 - 1997 — Linda M. Parkinson
1993 - 1995 — Mareid B. Horton
1991 - 1993 — Joyce Muhlestein
1989 - 1991 — Pat Hales
1987 - 1989 — Darlene Gubler
1985 - 1987 — Lenora Plothow
1983 - 1985 — Donna Davies
1981 - 1983 — Gayle Judd
1978 - 1981 — Darlene Hutchison
1976 - 1978 — Mrs. Jack L. Smith
1974 - 1976 — Dixie Nelson
1972 - 1974 — Joan Burnside
1970 - 1972 — Lila Bjorklund
1967 - 1970 — Mrs. Youngs McGregor
1964 - 1967 — Mr. Rowan C. Stutz
1961 - 1964 — Mrs. James W. Ure III
1959 - 1961 — Dr. Ellvert H. Himes
1958 - 1959 — Mrs. George H. Jones
1955 - 1958 — Mrs. H. Cecil Baker
1952 - 1955 — Mrs. Donald E. Rose
1947 - 1952 — Mrs. Charles L. Walker
1945 - 1947 — Mrs. Eric A. Johnson
1943 - 1945 — Mrs. Edmund P. Evans
1938 - 1943 — Mrs. Lee K. Nicholson
1935 - 1938 — Mrs. Arch J. West
1931 - 1935 — Mrs. John K. Hardy
1925 - 1931 — Mrs. William Reid
Congratulations! I'm very pleased to let you know that Indian Hills Middle School has been named a 2012/2013 Mix It Up Model School
Golden Apple Award Winners Named
Big Study Links Good Teachers to Earning Potential
Take a look at this unlikely leader of Midvale Middle School PTSA in an arcticle from the Salt Lake Tribune http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/neighborhoodmidvalley/53325667-126/fernandez-midvale-fathers-son.html.csp?page=1
Click the links below to see the following pictures:
Utah PTA Family Life Commissioner, Arlaine Austin (far right), joins Governor Gary Herbert and others at the unveiling of the Parents Empowered Cement Truck wraps.
The Utah PTA Executive Committee meets with Lieutenant Governor, Greg Bell, as he signs a state proclamation making October Utah PTA Involvement Month.