Job Description for Room Representative

Each classroom needs at least 1-3 Classroom Reps to ensure great communication and that the needs of teachers, students, and parents are met. It’s an important job and we’d love your help!

Every parent is automatically a member of the PTA (Parent Teacher Association). Any parent can become a class rep and you can indeed share the role. Being a class rep means that you are involved with the PTA and the school community.

Key Role – Room Representative

  • Works with teacher(s) and parents/guardians, as a parent contact and liaison, to build stronger family- school partnerships for a classroom or grade level.
  • staying up-to-date on what’s happening at the school and communicating that out to the class.
  • Encourages easy, two-way communication between teacher(s) and parents on what’s happening in the classroom to support student success.
  • Help the class teacher with class trips/events within the class, often enlisting the help of other parents.
  • Communicate PTA news to the class about a future event. Has access to Class page on
  • Helps to promote PTA goals, volunteers and activities for the school.
  • Attend the monthly PTA meetings.

Class Reward – Room Representative

For each meeting that the Representative attend or coordinates a parent substitute to represent their class at the monthly PTA Meeting and participates in the discussion and planning of actives will receive a $25.00 credit to the classroom field trip account from the PTA General Funds.