Joining PTA is done In two easy steps:
Purchase memberships for adult family members
Consider making the suggested donation or purchasing a Family Sponsorship Package.
How do I join Brywood PTA?
Memberships can be purchased via our PTA store.
You will be able to buy memberships for you and other family members as well as gift memberships to teachers and staff of Brywood Elementary. Don't forget to pick up some Brywood Spirit Gear!
What are the costs associated with being a PTA member?
Brywood PTA memberships are $20 per person, and can be purchased for each parent or gifted to teachers and staff. Members, then, are asked to consider making a minimum donation of $200 per family to cover the costs of all the wonderful programs PTA provides to the students of Brywood Elementary.
For those families who know they will be participating in our major programs - Spirit Gear sales, the purchase of a Brywood Yearbook, our Annual Talent Show, the Multicultural Festival, and the Brywood Dads Family Cookout, we offer two-cost effective packages that can save money. These options are also available in our PTA Store as part of our 2022-2023 Pledge Drive.
What are the benefits of joining the Brywood PTA?
Be part of your child’s education and circle of friends – Research shows that students perform better when parents are involved both at home and at school.
Get Connected – There is no better way to know what is happening at school and discover great resources.
Make a Difference – By getting involved in PTA, you’ll be part of the solution – helping to make and witness positive changes.
Membership Perks – PTA members can take advantage of discounts at amusement parks and other perks (CAPTA).
PTA is an advocacy organization for your child's education.
Brywood PTA is a member of the Irvine Unified Council PTA, California State PTA, and National PTA, the oldest child advocacy organization in the U.S. National PTA has established programs and called for legislation that has resulted in the creation of kindergarten classes, child labor laws, hot lunch programs, arts in education, school safety, and more.