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Question: PTO restructure

If you have lots of conflicts with your PTO board and there is very little participation from the members because of this, how should they go about starting a new board


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Craig writes:
The best way to make that kind of change is to get a bunch of people together who feel the same way, attend the meeting when elections are held, and elect a new slate of officers. If it's too late for elections, you can do something similar at regular meetings. Get together a group of people who care, attend meetings regularly, and outvote the officers on things that matter to you. If might be helpful to learn a little bit about Robert's Rules (how to make a motion and call for a vote). It's also important to be assertive rather than passive at the meetings. Good luck.
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