is the board supposed to get minutes from every meeting? if so what is the time frame to getting the minutes?
Asked by usmcwife
Advice from PTO TodayCraig writes:
You should have minutes for all general meetings and board meetings. It's helpful to have minutes for some committee meetings as well. Meeting minutes should be formally presented at the following meeting. So the absolute deadline is the time of the next meeting. However, it's typical for the board to review the general meeting minutes before they are presented at the meeting. Here's a link to one group's timeline and approval process for meeting minutes. This was posted on the File Exchange by a veteran PTO leader.
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