Here you will find websites providing additional resources that are helpful to your PTO or Booster Club.
Here you will find websites providing additional resources that are helpful to your PTA.
What would happen if…
Someone gets injured at one of your events?
The cash box disappears?
A member distributes false information?
A member forges a signature?
The board makes a bad decision resulting in a lawsuit?
Your group just bought new computers and they were stolen?
Your parent group gets sued for running elections incorrectly?
You may believe that your nonprofit group can’t afford insurance, but if something like this happens to you, and you are not adequately insured, your board members could be personally held financially responsible. If your organization has no insurance, whether you are staff or a volunteer, consider running out the door now until it does! Your nonprofit group cannot afford to not have insurance.
Protect your volunteers and manage risk responsibly to avoid lawsuits.
Huffington Post By Betsy Brown Braun Originally Posted August 3, 2015 It’s August… that means three, four, even five more weeks of summer vacation depending upon your child’s first day of school. Summer time and the livin’ is (still) easy! Even though the reliability of the school year schedule actually makes life easier for most children and parents, getting back […] Continue Reading
RV Nuccio & Associates, Inc had a fantastic time in Orlando at the 2016 National Parent Teacher Association Convention (#PTAcon16)! Thank you again to everyone who stopped by to see us and chat about #PTAInsurance! See you all again in Las Vegas in 2017!
Here’s to doing graduation your own way, and becoming an internet legend in the process! Tayler Michelle Gray, a 19-year-old recent graduate of Parkland High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania, gained a whole lot of internet fame for ditching her graduation the second after she received her diploma. Received my diploma and walked right out 🎓 #2016 pic.twitter.com/OLd65Ws0VL — Tayler (@BabyVanillaa) […] Continue Reading
If there are dogs present at your events, you could be at risk. Claims Journal By Emma Orr May 13, 2016 The cost of dog bite claims for U.S. insurers climbed 16 percent last year on higher medical expenses and larger settlements to resolve court disputes. The average claim increased to $37,214 in 2015 from $32,072 a year earlier, according […] Continue Reading
Happy Mother’s Day to all the past, present, or soon-to-be mothers out there! May your day be filled with love, joy and laughter!
Thank a teacher by donating to some of the wonderful projects on GoFundMe! (via GoFundMe.com) Teacher Appreciation Week has arrived, and here at GoFundMe we want to celebrate it with a big splash. We are teaming up with the National PTA to give back to the educators who give so much to our communities. If you start a campaign to […] Continue Reading
1 in 5 American children don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Let’s do our part to change that. #ChildHungerEndsHere
The Piper Jaffray study “Taking Stock With Teens” polled about 6,500 U.S. teens to see what they felt was the most important social network, and Snapchat took 28% of votes. Instagram came in close-second with 27%, followed by Twitter and Facebook. As Snapchat has expanded and added new features over the year, it has steadily climbed the ranks of social […] Continue Reading
A reminder to talk to children about the importance of not taking “candy” from anyone. CBS News / AP By Crimesider Staff April 7, 2016 IONE, Calif. –A middle school student in California was caught snorting methamphetamine that had been packaged to look like Smarties candy, reports CBS Sacramento. Officials said staff at Ione Middle School noticed two students behaving […] Continue Reading