PTO Today Q&A

Q&A: Elections & Transition

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Can someone take office if not nominated first?
We currently have a PTO board that does not want to be re-elected and is in total chaos. I want to take...
Asked by PTO_MOM_OF_9 in Elections & Transition

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Election nominee problem
I am the secretary for our school. We recently sent out an email letting everyone know we will hold officer...
Asked by Anonymous in Elections & Transition

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Disorder
I was ask to be president this year when no one wanted it. Went through the year fixing as much as I...
Asked by Anonymous in Elections & Transition

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Slate of nominees was voted down
We presented our nominees (minus a nominee in the secretary position because no one applied) as a slate....
Asked by Anonymous in Elections & Transition

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Board Positions / Election
Can a members hold two different executive board positions in a PTO? ie can the President also act as...
Asked by Twinship02 in Elections & Transition

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Why use a Board of Directors?
Our school Parent Association is run by 1 lady......for years.......the school has ask me to help write...
Asked by dadair in Elections & Transition

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Elections
If we are starting or restarting a PTO how are nominations and elections handled?
Asked by Bonnieziegelt in Elections & Transition

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committee/chairperson positions
Can anyone tell me some of the committee/chairperson other than officer's you have in your group and...
Asked by Anonymous in Elections & Transition

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Nominations
If the current president is in her position due to the previous president stepping down, would we still...
Asked by missgina70 in Elections & Transition

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No Candidate to Run
If the President chooses not to run again and no one is willing to accept the office, must the old president...
Asked by pbielich in Elections & Transition

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