PTA Election Pin Requests:

Determining eligibility is challenging in the virtual environment. To make your vote count, Ms. Mohamed will verify eligible candidates and voters by creating an individualized code for each parent for our PTA election meeting on April 15th at 6pm. Please click here to request an Individualized code. Please make sure when you log in to the zoom meeting on April 15th at 6pm you sign in with your name and individualized code. If you have any questions, please e-mail me at


The Parent-Teacher Association of Abraham Lincoln High School provides valuable support and service to students and staff.  We are fortunate to have a combination of caring and concerned parents and dedicated teachers, staff and administrators who encourage our students to excel.  We encourage all parents to become an active member of the PTA.  Attending monthly PTA meetings will help keep you informed of all school-related and community matters.  In addition, we value your input and welcome you to participate in any PTA functions.


PTA Meetings are usually held the third Thursday of every month, starting at 6 pm.  Our next PTA meetings will be held in a virtual format via Zoom.  For all those who are interested in attending, please email the PTA in order to register and to receive details on signing on to the meeting. 



Meeting Schedule for 2020-2021 School Year:


December 17, 2020

January 21, 2021

February 11, 2021

March 11, 2021

April 15, 2021

May 20, 2021

June 10, 2021


The PTA can be reached through email at:

You can also find us on Facebook at:



Abraham Lincoln High School PTA


2021-2020 PTA Executive Board


 Leah A. Scott


 Modupe Alston

Vice President 

 Crystal Brown 


 Marie-Helene Attwood

Recording Secretary 

 Maggie Sandor 


The PTA can be reached through email at:


What is a PA/PTA?

Parent Associations (PAs) and Parent-Teacher Associations (PTAs) are school-based organizations open to all parents of children currently attending a New York City public school. The PA/PTA is a primary vehicle for parents to get involved in their children’s schools.

How do I join my school’s PA/PTA?

All parents are automatically members of their school’s PA/PTA. There are no pre-qualifications required to participate in a school’s PA/PTA. There is no need to join the PA/PTA.

The term parent includes the student’s parent or guardian, or any person in a parental or custodial relationship to the student.

For more specific information on how to get involved, ask your school Principal or Parent Coordinator.

What is the role of the PA/PTA?

The PA/PTA helps parents become involved in their children’s education, share ideas, and enrich their school communities. Each PA/PTA develops its own bylaws, elects officers, and holds regular meetings. While the specific roles of PA/PTAs vary, their responsibilities include:

  • Electing parent members to serve on School Leadership Teams and Community Education Councils
  • Conducting outreach to get other parents involved in school life
  • Supporting school activities like Parent-Teacher Conferences, open houses and curriculum nights
  • Holding fundraising activities to benefit the educational, social and cultural programs in the school
PA/PTA Brochure

An overview of the PA/PTA New York City Public Schools

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Chancellor's Regulation A-660

The Chancellor's Regulation A-660 (CR A-660) governs all aspects of PA/PTAs including elections, finances, conflicts of interests, grievances, fundraising activities and events. It is essential that all members of a school's PA/PTA board read the CR A-660 and are familiar with the overview of the regulations.

The Chancellor's Regulation page has the CR A-660 in all nine covered languages.

PTAlink’s mission is to improve the quality of education for all children in the New York City public school system by making parent organizations stronger and more effective.

Additional Resources

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