Grand Ridge PTSA 2019-20 Outstanding Advocate Award Nomination
Grand Ridge Elementary PTSA is honoring outstanding volunteer advocacy for children by awarding the Outstanding Advocate Award this year. The Outstanding Advocate Award honors an individual for a demonstrated commitment to helping create strong policies relating to the health, welfare, safety, and education of children. Volunteers who speak up for students, or who try to change things for the benefit of children are considered advocates. Nominees for this award could be a member of the larger community, a general or specialist teacher, an assistant, administrator, other school or district staff, or a PTSA member.

Award recipients will receive the Outstanding Advocate Award Pin and a special certificate from the Washington State PTSA. Our local unit also contributes, in the recipient’s name, to the Washington State PTSA Scholarship Foundation which provides scholarships to selected high school students entering post-secondary education.

Please help us select volunteers from our community to receive an Outstanding Advocate Award this year. Our PTSA Awards Committee will make the final selections. Nominees are scored using a weighted rubric considering volunteer service to the PTSA, Grand Ridge Elementary (non-PTSA related), service district-wide to the school community, District, and other community service (non-PTSA related) for the previous calendar year (January 2019-December 2019).

Nominations will be kept confidential. If you have questions, please contact
Erin Michael at

IMPORTANT: Please submit the completed nomination form by the deadline posted on the PTSA website.
1. I recommend that the following person be considered for the annual Outstanding Advocate Award by the Grand Ridge PTSA. She/he has demonstrated an outstanding personal commitment to improving the lives of children and youth.
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2. Please explain your recommendation and be as specific as possible.
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3. Your name
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4. Your phone number (we will not share with any outside parties)
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