Duties of Officers
    The President Shall: 
    • Shall preside at all meetings, the executive board, and the executive committee;
    • Sign all legal documents, including contracts;
    • Appoint members to special committees;
    • Be responsible for other duties as may be assigned to him by the organization;
    • delegate work of the association to other officers or chairpersons as may be appropriate;
    • coordinate the work of the officers and committees in order that the Objects/Purposes may be promoted;
    • Have completed the Illinois President’s Course before election or within six (6) months of election.  (This is a few hour course that is not difficult).
     **(The presidency can also be shared by two persons serving as “Co-Presidents”).
    The Vice President(s) shall: 
    • act as aide(s) to the president; 
    • in their designated order perform the duties of the president in the absence or inability of that officer to serve;
    • plan and Organize the Welcome Night for us it is the “Ice Cream Social” and "Pancake Breakfast";
    • assign and be in charge of Room Parents, and perform other such duties as may be delegated.
    The Secretary shall:  
    • record the minutes of all meetings;
    • have a current membership list;
    • have a current copy of the bylaws;
    • conduct correspondence of the association as directed; and
    • perform other such duties as may be delegated.
    The Treasurer shall: 
    • receive all monies of the association and keep an accurate record of receipts and 
    • place all monies in a depository approved by the executive board;
    • Pay out funds in accordance with the budget as approved by the membership; Checks must be signed by the treasurer and one other elected officer;
    • Present a written financial statement at every meeting of the association and at other times as requested by the executive board;
    • Be responsible for the remittance of the state and national portion of the dues paid by each member;
    • Provide the checkbook, all bank statements, canceled and voided checks, deposit slips, treasurer’s record book and receipt book, vouchers and invoices for all disbursements to the audit committee;
    • Be responsible for completion and filing of appropriate forms as may be required by Internal Revenue Service Regulations no later than the date established by the regulations;
    • Not be a member of the audit committee; 
    • Complete an official Illinois PTA workshop.
Last Modified on August 4, 2019