The Capistrano Unified Council of Parent Teacher Student Associations (CUCPTSA) consists of 52 individual PTA unit associations - one at each of our schools - with over 27,000 members: parents, grandparents, teachers, principals, students (at our middle and high schools) and community members. We are the largest of the 20 Councils in 4th District PTA (think: all of Orange County). Fourth District PTA is the largest (in membership) of the 29 districts that make up California PTA. And, not surprisingly, California has more PTA members than any other state. (So we are the biggest of the biggest of the biggest!)
So with all this support we can do amazing things! With individual involvement and group support, we can positively impact the lives of all children and families. We can make a difference in our childrens learning environment and their safety, we can advocate for laws that protect children and provide adequate funding for their education. And we can help with their spelling homework, chaperone a field trip, and attend a safe driving forum; pack a healthy lunch, volunteer in the classroom, and learn about social media.
Paying your membership dues to join PTA - the largest child advocacy organization in the country - is just the beginning.
Welcome to PTA!
Get involved. Lend a hand. Make a difference for your child and all children.
2015-2016 President, Capistrano Unified Council of PTSA
UPDATES for the 2015-2016 School Year will be posted in July and completed by mid August
Interstate 5 Traffic Alerts
on the I-5 in Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano and San Clemente
Pico to San Juan Creek Road
Presented at the January 26 Superintendents Forum
CUSD New State Standards Information page - Click here
Fourth District PTA Information
Fourth District Activities
Fourth District PTA FALL Training
Legislation Agenda and Report UPDATE
The June 2015 Advocacy Report has been posted. Click here for the Report and UPDATE
Council Cash Verification (Deposit) Form:
For example: Membership, Year End Brunch, Insurance, etc that come in from the Units.
Units should still use the current State PTA form
for their unit deposits.