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rules regarding officer's and such

23 years 4 months ago #94339 by PTO person
Replied by PTO person on topic RE: rules regarding officer's and such
OUR GROUP IS/WAS WORKING ON ESTABLISHING ITSELF AS AN INDEPENDANT ORGANIZATION UNDER THE 501 C 3 GUIDELINES. THE BY-LAWS ARE/WERE IN THE WORKS, NOT COMPLETED AS YET. OUR GROUP WAS USING THE ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER AS AN INTERIM GOVERNING PARLIAMENTARY LAW.
23 years 4 months ago #94338 by Publisher
Two questions for you?

Is your group an independently established 501(c)(3) organization? Do you have bylaws? And what do those bylaws say about removal of an officer?

Tim
23 years 4 months ago #94337 by PTO person
rules regarding officer's and such was created by PTO person
if an officer [ treasurer] is accused [ hears about such by word of mouth, presumably by another officer] of theft of PTO funds; shouldn't there be an executive meeting to addresss such issue?
Furthermore; if financial papers of the PTO are looked over and nothing is found in the line of an act of theft; should the officer being accused be thrown out only on the grounds that another officer made such accusations, but provided no proof and the claim was found to be unsupported?
If an officer is thrown out, should it be the PTO officers/executive committee or general membership who throws out the officer? OR
should it be the school Principal and/or superintendant who say the officer no longer holds the position of officer in the PTO [there is no contract between the school dept at any level and the PTO]?
Does the school principal and/or supt. have the right to dissolve the PTO, take control of any PTO items such as items for a fundraiser [billing in name of pto officer], or have one of the 2 people listed on the pTo acct. withdraw all the PTO $$$'s and give it to the principal??
Thank you.
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