Parent Teacher Association-District 26 of NE Kentucky

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Becoming a Member

Everyone can join a PTA. PTA membership is open to anyone who cares about the education and health and welfare of children and youth and who supports the Mission and Purposes of PTA. Parents, grandparents, foster parents, mentors, teachers, administrators, community members – all can join PTA. 

Click below for more information:

 - How to become a member

 - Sample Membership Form

 - Why Join/Start a PTA/PTSA for Benefits

 - Kentucky PTA Brochure.

 - Becoming a Friend of Kentucky PTA Membership

Dues (Scroll down for addresses and "Funding")

     Our Minimum membership dues are $3.75/member per school year: $2.25 for nationals, $1.25 for state and $.25 for district and are due the 15th of every month as new members join.  Local units add their dues on top of that sum.  Most units' dues are between $4.00-6.00 total, as they determine necessary.  Individuals paying dues to a local unit are automatically state and national PTA/PTSA members!  Many powerful resources and opportunities are available to you and your school as a result.

     In order for a unit to be in "good standing", the unit must send its first dues payment in by October 15.  For now, units are to send dues directly to the state PTA office who will forward the appropriate dues onward.  Example:  If your unit sets its dues as $5.00/member, it keeps $1.25 and sends $3.75 to the state.  The state office keeps $1.25 and sends $2.25 to the national office on the 15th.  The state  sends $.25 to district 26 or holds it for our use.  Note, anyone can become a PTA member!

     Please make checks payable to "Kentucky PTA" and mail it to the address below. Download dues form here.  To better understand "Where your dues go?", click here.  Also, click here for Sample Membership Form.  Click here for officer information.

Good Standing

     To be in "good standing", a Kentucky PTA/PTSA unit should have its:

  • First payment of District, State and National dues paid by October 15th to the state.
  • Bylaws updated every five years.  (Scroll down for state, national bylaws & parliamentary procedure tips.)
  • Financial reports must also be filed with our district and state by August 15. 
  • When these three basic criteria are met, a unit is considered to be in "good standing'.  This is required for a unit to participate in awards programs such as Reflections, Self-Esteem Essay Contest and more.
  • Note to remain in good standing, E990 cards must be file with IRS by Nov. 15.
  • Note, also Insurance is now required by the Kentucky Dept. of Education (KDE).  See the Redbook for more Accounting details.
     Also, make sure your new officers report is sent to our district or emailed to or enter online here.

Mailing Addresses & Contact data

Kentucky PTA:
For All "Dues" and letters
Kentucky PTA
P.O. Box 654
Frankfort, KY 40602-0654

For packages:
Kentucky PTA

148 Consumer Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601

Phone: 502-226-6607
Fax - 502-226-6610
E-mail -

Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. eastern standard time
Monday - Friday 



National PTA Headquarters
1250 N. Pitt Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: 703-518-1200
Toll Free: 800-307-4PTA (4782)
Fax: 703-836-0942

  Please send faxes and correspondence to the attention of the PTA Customer Service Department.



New Officers Report and other information for District 26,

can be mailed to:

Brenda Martin, President

26th District KY PTA

P.O. Box 104

Russell, KY  41169

Phone: 606-571-0917

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