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  • Imama
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Loved it. Can I just copy/paste it and suggest it to our school PTO?  Many thanks:)

  • beignets
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our school has a volunteer code of conduct, they actually inserted the words:

Do not GOSSIP or share ANY infos about you learn about others' children during your voluntter work.

bascilly, a confidenetiality clause which is impossible to enforce, of course.

All your things are common sense, but then, common sense is anything but common these days ,whcih is why we need written codes of conduct in the first place

CrewChief, could I get a copy of your rules and regulations also ?

CrewChief;131661 wrote: At the beginning of my last year as president I drafted a Rules and Regulations document.

I agree that it's important to outline the expectations you have of people representing your team.

I believe it should be separate from the bylaws as the two documents serve entirely different purposes.

Perhaps within the definitions of officers and members in your bylaws you can reference the Code of Conduct so that members are aware that the document exists.



Bump, do you happen to have a copy of the Rules and Regulations document handy? I need one ASAP

I'd agree with the others that the Code of Conduct should be a stand-alone policy. The bylaws should reference the Code of Conduct and state all members must follow it, but I wouldn't embed that much detail in the bylaws themselves.

  • beignets
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thanks so much for all your input!

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