Volunteers needed for Executive Board

Cupertino High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is looking for volunteers for the Executive Board for the 2019-2020 school year. As a board member, you’ll collaborate with other PTSA members, parents and administrators to broaden and enhance our ability to serve and advocate for all children and families at CHS. You’ll make decisions to implement and fund programs that aid in student success. Get involved and make a difference in our school community.
The board positions are listed below, including the open positions.
If interested, contact Cupertino PTSA at nominatingctte.chs@gmail.com
Nominations must be received by April 22.
Open positions:
VP of Staff Programs
VP of Student Programs
VP of Parent Programs
PTSA President
Coordinate the work of officers and committees, preside at all meetings of the association and the executive board, represent the association at council and district meetings, appoint the parliamentarian, the chairmen and members of committees subject to the ratification of the executive board, authorize finances and approve communications before distribution, and prepare the association annual report required by the CA State PTA.
Executive VP
Serve as the primary aide to the president and provide guidance on the California State PTA policies and procedures.
Keep accurate records of the finances including items of gross income, receipts and disbursements of the association, pay bills and oversee and prepare the budget for adoption by the association, prepare all authorizations for payment as required by the executive board or the association and make an annual financial report to the association.
Audit the books and financial records of the association semiannually. Prepare a mid-year audit to be completed in January and prepare a year-end audit to be completed in July.
Keep accurate, concise, and a permanent record of the proceedings of all meetings of the executive board and the association, assist with voting procedures, record amendments to bylaws, keep a current list of the paid members of the association provided by the membership chairman and send out notices of executive board meetings.
VP membership
Promote, encourage and record membership enrollment throughout the year and collect dues.
VP Student Programs
Organize student programs as determined by the executive board such as the Job Shadow Program.
VP Parent Programs
Organize parent programs as determined by the executive board such as educational speaker nights.
VP Staff Programs
Organize staff programs as determined by the executive board such as staff luncheons.
Assemble and preserve a record of the activities, achievements and volunteer hours of the association. Act as custodian of records and other materials pertinent to the history of the association.
Be trained and informed on parliamentary procedures and unit bylaws to be able to interpret PTSA policies, chair the bylaws committee, and call the first meeting of the nominating committee.

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