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2020-2021 PTO Board Elections

Please cast your votes by Monday, October 12th, 2020.


Officer Descriptions

The PTO Executive Board is comprised of elected officers, committee chairs, and school representatives.  It meets one evening per month to conduct PTO business.  Anyone may attend. 

Elected Officers

President – Serve as leader and key contact for the PTO; preside at all PTO meetings; ex-officio member of most committees; appoint chairpersons for special committees; coordinate the work of the officers and committees so that the PTO’s objectives can be met. (Effort: year-round, on-going)

Co-President – Assist the President.

Vice President – Act as an aide to the President; perform the duties of the President in the absence or inability of that officer to serve; assume other responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Board; coordinate the general activities of any Special Committees created by the Executive Board.  Ideally is willing to serve as President in the future.  (Effort: year-round, time varies depending upon roles)

Co-Vice President – Assist the Vice President.

Secretary – Keep the minutes of all general meetings and all meeting of the Executive Board; prepare correspondence and perform all other duties assigned; maintain master documents on school computer;  help recruit committee chairpersons for all vacant standing committees of the board; keep the calendar of events for the PTO.  (Effort: 3-4 hours per month, includes attending meeting and typing up minutes)

Co-Secretary – Assist the Secretary.

Treasurer – Be responsible for and have custody of all funds; make disbursements as properly authorized; be present at all PTO events where money will be collected; assure that PTO policies and best practices are followed with regards to funds; prepare financial reports for each meeting and as needed; prepare the books for an annual audit. (Effort: 4-5 hours per month, average)

Co-Treasurer – Assist the Treasurer.

Parliamentarian – Act as a consultant to assure that meetings and processes are conducted in accordance with bylaws; advise on parliamentary procedures using Robert’s Rules of Order; bring current copy of Constitution and By-Laws to all meetings. (Effort: 2 hours per month).

Co-Parliamentarian – Assist the Parliamentarian.

Grade Level Parent Liaisons/Representatives – Facilitate the communication between the teacher and parents. It’s also a great way to get involved and to meet other parents.

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