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Q&A: Bylaws

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Removal from Office with or without cause.
Our current PTO bylaws state that "Officers can be removed from office with or without cause by a two-thirds...
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ByLaws
We are wanting to amend our bylaws. After we do that do we need to submit the new bylaws to the state...
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Previouslly reviewed By-Laws
I have been unable to find written documentation of changes that were made to our PTO By-Laws. I have...
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Pto elections
We had nominations last week and no parents stepped up to be PTO for next year.I get notified a week...
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Bylaws-Nominees
In our bylaws, it states that there are four positions available in our PTO. President, vice president,...
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Does PTO have to follow their Bylaws?
Our PTO has followed their bylaws and are amended as needed. The bylaws have a two year experience requirement...
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Are Chairpersons part of the Board?
In our young PTO, we have no "executive board" positions written into our bylaws. However, the Pres,...
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changing the voting process after it has begun
Our PTO uses paper ballots for nominations. The nominees are then contacted to see if they accept. All...
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Election time
We have a secretary who has been secretary last year and two years ago before that. Last year she was...
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Dissolving PTO
We have decided to dissolve our PTO group due to no volunteers from parents or teachers and no one wanting...
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