2020-21 Board Nominations
*****Nominations are now open for the PTA board positions listed below! Voting will happen at our General PTA meeting on April 23rd at 6pm!****
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We have 5 roles that are eligible for the executive board that will be filled by voting at our general PTA meeting on April 23rd at 6pm in the MPES Cafeteria. We also have two full year chair positions we are looking to fill that can also be nominated but do not need to be voted in by the general membership.
The executive board positions are (these are 2 school year term roles):
Co-President: Direct the affairs of the association in cooperation with Executive Committee and represent PTA members. Develop a year-long plan of action; oversee and interact with all PTA officers and activities; interact with school administration; Presides at all meetings of the general membership; Knows and follows the bylaws of the association; appoints chairpersons on standing committees according to bylaws.
Vice-President of Volunteers: The VP Volunteers will recruit, schedule, and manage volunteers for the PTA. This person will work closely with Chairs and Coordinators to determine volunteer needs for all PTA events throughout the school year. Works with the PTA co-president, principal and teachers to coordinate volunteer assignments at the school to support student success. Works with the Hospitality/Business Liaison Chair to schedule and coordinate Spirit Nights with local businesses.
Treasurer: Be responsible for and have custody of all funds; make disbursements as properly authorized; be present at all PTA events where money will be collected; assure that PTA policies and best practices are followed with regards to funds; prepare financial reports from Quickbooks for each meeting and as needed; prepare the books for an annual audit, file taxes, and maintain insurance and incorporation for good standing with the PTA. (Effort: 4-5 hours per month, average)
VP of Membership: Set membership goals for the year, strategy to achieve, and develop budget to support efforts. Organize the annual PTA membership drive and the on-going process to encourage membership. Maintain membership records and monthly reporting and payment of dues to the GA PTA.
Secretary: Keep the minutes of all general meetings and all meeting of the Executive Board; prepare correspondence and perform all other duties assigned; maintain PTA bylaws and file new board positions with GA PTA; help recruit committee chairpersons for all vacant standing committees of the board; keep the calendar of events for the PTA. (Effort: 3-4 hours per month, includes attending meeting and typing up minutes)
Full school year chair positions available:
Business Partner Liaison / Hospitality Chair: Plan, schedule, and coordinate hospitality events and programs. Partner with local business partners to secure in-kind and monetary donations for hospitality events as well as other PTA events/programs we offer throughout the year. Work with VP of Volunteers to secure Spirit Night business partners. Design and execute a business sponsorship plan to show gratitude to our business partners.
Communications/Marketing Chair: Communicate with parents and staff via the PTA website, Facebook, and Paw Press regarding PTA events as well as general school, community, and district information. Maintains the PTA website as well as the Facebook Page to inform of events, community engagement, etc. Create and execute an overall communications strategy and marketing standards to ensure consistency in messaging. Oversee poster creation for carpool line as well as flyers for events. Proactively manage calendar of events for the PTA.