- Attend any board and membership meetings
- Read meeting minutes and offer corrections
- Prepare reports for board and membership meetings
- Attend training
- Be familiar with your responsibilities and fulfill them
- Review and ask questions about monthly financial report
- Prepare articles for newsletter/social media
- Update website
- Participate, help, and communicate
- Review the Standards of Affiliation Checklist
Review the blog post “Taking Care of Business Through Virtual Meetings“
During this time, modifications may need to be made to be able to continue to do PTA business.
At the April board meeting, have the budget committee present the budget
The board votes to recommend it to the membership at the next membership meeting.
Elect new officers and approve the proposed budget at a membership meeting
Officers must be elected by June 30, but sooner allows time for transitions and training.
Report newly elected officers to WSPTA
Complete WSPTA Standards of Affiliation (SOA) training requirement prior to WSPTA Convention
Encourage officers to attend WSPTA Convention
Counts as training for the following year. Though the format will be a little different this year there will still be plenty of options for leaders to receive professional development.
Consider opportunities for volunteer recognition
Check your standing rules for applicable individual volunteer recognition awards such as the Golden Acorn.
Celebrate WSPTA’s Founder’s Day on April 14
WSPTA was founded in 1905 by Abby Williams Hill.
Begin planning for Staff Appreciation Week, May 4-8, 2020
Harvest ideas on how to create a unique program to show staff how much they are appreciated.
Was your PTA Incorporated in April? If so, then your annual Corporation Renewal is due on 4/30. The annual corporation report is due regardless of your PTA’s annual income and is separate from the Charitable Organization Registration/ Renewal.