The Granger Elementary PTA is a collective of parents, teachers, and community stakeholders that are passionate about Granger Elementary students. We are not your mama's PTA... we aren't afraid of new ideas. In fact, we welcome them, the more innovative, the better. We strive to engage in solutions-focused programming that aligns with our mission and purposes.
The Granger Elementary PTA works to serve every member of our school's diverse student population. All are welcome to join us in working to create better lives for our students, support families, and invest in Granger Elementary.
Passionate about bettering student outcomes? We want to meet you.
Have ideas on how to support our mission? We want to hear them.
Looking for information about our bylaws? Click here to view our current bylaws .
Please note that our membership voted to amend the Granger Elementary PTA bylaws in November 2018 in order to extend the officer term of service from one to two years. The amended bylaws can be viewed here, which are currently awaiting approval from Granger Council and the Utah Congress of Parents and Teachers, Inc.
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
Our mission is to unite the efforts of students, educators, and families in order to pave open and accessible pathways for all students to excel.
The Granger Elementary PTA operates under the auspices of the Utah Congress of Parents and Teachers, Inc. which has set forth the following purposes for Parent-Teacher Associations:
a. To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, places of worship, and throughout the community;
b. To raise the standards of home life;
c. To advocate for laws that further the education, physical and mental health, welfare, and safety of children and youth;
d. To promote the collaboration and engagement of families and educators in the education of children and youth;
e. To engage the public in united efforts to secure the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of all children and youth; and
f. To advocate for fiscal responsibility regarding public tax dollars in public education funding.