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Can people of the community be PTO members?
We have some people from the community who are always helping and supporting us and attend to all meetings...
Asked by sgongora in Bylaws

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Can board members use their personal business to help fundraise at school?
Is it OK for board members to use their personal business to help us fundraise and make a profit at school?...
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Can meetings be recorded?
Do members have the right to record (digital/audio) the meetings? Can members vote to erase audio recordings...
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Board of ed president as PTO president
If one person holds both the office of PTO President and the office of President of the school district's...
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Records: How long to keep
I have boxes of stuff from past PTO members all the way back to 1988. How long do I need to keep receipts...
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Too many volunteers
Our school is putting together a Classroom Cre group this year. It was going to have 5 parents per grade...
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Removing a president
Can a PTO president be fired or removed from office? If so, how?
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Superintendent wants to approve everything
This is my third year as president of our PTO. We have a new superattendant in the board office and I...
Asked by in The Principal

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Am I too involved?
This question might be better for Dear Abby, but my husband and I have actually been getting into fights...
Asked by in Volunteers & Involvement

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Restrict programs to dues-paying members?
Is it legal for our PTO to force parents to pay membership dues whether they want to be a member or not?...
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