Benefits of Membership
Celebrating 90 years of advocating for children in Hillsborough County. Established in 1924 and organized under the authority of the Florida PTA, the Hillsborough County Council of PTA/PTSA is a team of volunteers dedicated to strengthening local PTAs and PTSAs in Hillsborough County, helping them to work more effectively on behalf of the children in their schools and communities.
Together, we form a strong, unified voice on behalf of the children in Hillsborough County.
May 31, 2015
The Last Rodeo of the Year was an exciting time for all. It was a pleasure to welcome so many fellow volunteers and advocates to our annual Awards Ceremony. Let us all join in the celebrations as we recognize our wonderful PTA's and volunteers for all they have done this year. Congratulations to all our winners! We can't wait to hear about all you do for the children of Hillsborough County in the upcoming year.
Meet your new Officers
May 31, 2015
Meet your NEW
Hillsborough County Council PTA/PTSA
Vice President of Leadership
Vice President of Areas & Regions
Vice President of Advocacy
Vice President of Organization
Welcome to your new Officers.
We look forward to working with you for a Success New Year.
March 1, 2015
The pleasure was all ours Thursday, February 19, 2015 at our 4th Annual High Tea at the Tampa Garden Center. We Celebrated our 90 years Advocating for the Children of Hillsborough County as we were joined by 100 of our friends.
Local PTA Presidents and HCC IRA members joined us on this relaxing day while enjoying sipping tea, eating wonderful foods and delectable desserts. We honored our Legacy, our PTA Founders Day and Celebrate Literacy with the Hillsborough County Council International Reading Association.
Recipients of the HCCIRA awards were honored to have their President Darlene Baker and Superintendent, Mary Ellen Elia present to them. First Place the Mary Ellen Elia Award went to Adrienne Latshaw, Media Specialist from Franklin Middle Magnet School with their Project: Super Summer Reading Program. Second place went to Karen Palumbo and Sara Ortiz from Monroe Middle School with their Project: Book-a-Palooza!
And Third place went to Jennifer Pope a Volunteer at Metropolitan Ministries with their Project: Academic clubs and mentoring. Lastly a Honorable Mention went to Denise Becker, the HEF Free Teacher Store Manager with their Project: Literacy’s Nitty Gritty.
Congratulations to all the winners.