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Voting rules
My PTO doesn't want to get voted out, so they want to change the bylaws to extend their terms. What...
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All of the above
I am wondering if someone can help me. I have tried to get information from the current treasurer (note:...
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Electing officers
We are going to be informally electing officers to the parent club at our next meeting. I am not sure...
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New PTO - Can the principal elect the board?
We are starting a new PTO can the principle elect the first Executive Board?
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New PTO - Can principal appoint board
If you are starting a new PTO can the principal appoint the board for the first time?
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Can a current PTO elect run for a new open position? Do they give up their...
Can a current PTO board member run for a new open position on the board? If so, do they have to give...
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Entire Board Calapse
Our President is currently in court for financial matters with the PTO and school and school board! ...
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Nominating Committee report
I am a member of the nominating committee. I have read our bylaws and standing rules but having a hard...
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PTO Executive Board Members & Election
Hi, my question is whether we need to post ALL open positions since their two year terms are up even...
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Current Exec. Board retiring
The current Exec Board is retireing at the end of this school year. What happens to the PTO if no one...
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