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LWSD Levies on the February 8 Ballot

The Eastlake PTSA has voted to support and endorse the three levies that the district has placed on the February 8, 2022 ballot.

2022 Focus Week

The WA State legislature is currently processing multiple bills that WA State PTA is tracking and that relate or directly map to the WA State Legislative Priorities for 2020-2022. The WA State PTA blog is a great page to check for recent updates and bill information, you can access the Advocacy related posts here.

PTA Advocacy in Action

Learn about our legislative priorities and other supported issues and find out more ways to get involved. Our advocacy work is directed and powered by our members.

3 Easy Ways You Can Make a Difference:
1. Become a PTA Member: by becoming a PTA member at your school, you add to the impact the PTA is already making on your behalf. The WA State PTA team is already advocating in Olympia and will continue this work throughout the session. Your membership increases our numbers, which adds more weight to our advocacy efforts in the eyes of our legislators.
2. Contact Your STATE Legislators as a PTA Member and Share Our WA State PTA Legislative Platform: by adding your voice to those PTA members already working on your behalf, you raise the volume of our requests and help make sure our legislators know these issues are truly a priority for ALL of us.
3. Contact Your STATE Legislators as a Parent and Community Member to Share Your Own, Personal Concerns, Stories, and Opinions: while as PTA members we legally must share the official PTA stances and platform, as individual constituents we always have the right to speak our own opinions and add weight to the grassroots interest in these important topics.

Washington Legislative Priorities 2020-2022
The Washington State PTA legislative platform is a two-year platform to mirror the Washington state legislative cycle. On the even-numbered years, the new platform is voted on by members at the legislative assembly in the fall. The top five issues become our short-term platform and consist of our priority issues when advocating throughout the year. Other issues are placed on an “also supported” list. During the odd-numbered years, members vote to amend current issues or to add new, emerging issues to the also supported list.

Top 5 Legislative Priorities for 2020-2022
1. Increase Access to Nursing, Mental Health, and Social Emotional Learning Staff (watch)
2. Support Students and Preserve Education Funding (watch)
3. Increasing Educational Equity by Closing the Digital Divide (watch)
4. Supports and Funding for Students with Disabilities and Their Families (watch)
5. Prevent and Reduce Gun Violence and Suicide (watch)

2020-2022 WSPTA Supported Issues
- Equitable Identification and Services for Highly Capable Students
- Mitigating the Adverse Impacts of Climate Change
- Safe School Plans and Emergency Preparedness

For more information visit the WA State PTA Advocacy site. You can also email the EHS PTSA Legislative Advocate.

For more information, email the WSPTA Advocacy Director.


To learn more about these issues as well as the other supported issues of the WSPTA please visit the advocacy page of the Washington State PTA website.

How Do I Contact My Legislator?

Find your legislators and their contact information on the Washington State Legislature's "District Finder" web page. Just enter your address information and the page will list your district legislators and congressional representatives with their contact information.

Ways to be Involved

  • Become a member of your school PTSA/PTA
  • Visit the Washington State PTA’s Take Action Page
  • Sign up for the Action Network to receive action alerts to quickly and easily communicate with our legislators on topics they are actively working on. 
  • See what these Seattle Middle School students have done to get involved, they have created DCBullyBusters - to ask legislators to pledge to end bullying in politics.
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