Lawmakers are making important decisions that affect our children’s health, well-being and educational opportunities. Join us and other PTA members across the state as we #backthefuture and advocate for our students! By working together, we can reform legislative policies to improve the quality of our children’s lives.
The actions of legislative bodies can have a profound effect on the education and well-being of children, and the Murphy Middle School serves as the voice for facilitators and parents in many legislative endeavors. We can work together to stay informed and educated on local school district and school board policy issues that affect Murphy students.
On a broader note, we also support Plano PTA and Texas PTA efforts to improve health, well-being and educational opportunities for every child. Successful implementation of our legislative positions is characterized by people working together to assure wise legislative decisions through knowledge of the process and an understanding of the issues.
The Texas PTA website provides a wealth of information on the legislative process in Texas and ways you can get involved. Some pages of the Texas PTA website require the username and password provided on the back of your PTA Membership Card.
- Texas PTA Advocacy Page
- Texas Legislature Online
- Find your Representative
- Find Your Senator
- Texas Cares for Children - Web site on child-related legislation
The Texas Education Agency Web Site
The Texas Education Agency has a vast amount of material on their web site. This material includes the full text of the Texas Education Code, PEIMS data on every school area in the state, TAAS and TEKS information, and much more.
Murphy Middle School PTA is a noncommercial, nonsectarian, nonpartisan organization that promotes the welfare of children and youth. We do not endorse any candidate or political party.
Internet links listed here will take you away from the MMS PTA website. MMS PTA is not responsible for any content outside of our website.
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