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President: With input from board, establishes goals for the year, agendas for monthly board and membership meetings; meets regularly with Principal, Asst. Principal; officially represents the positions of the PTSA & its membership.
Vice President, Administration: Staff Grants. Presides at monthly PTSA meetings in the absence of the PTSA President; coordinates with school admin and MD and MCCPTA; coordinates mini-grants proposal requests.
Vice President, Outreach/Communications: Engages with all members of the school community to ensure maximum participation and link PTSA board and the school administration. Coordinates with ESOL parents. Coordinates essential home-school communications & issues; the back-pack flyers are gone. General information now is communicated through the listserv and the PTSA website.
Vice President, Membership: Recruit at 6th grade orientation, back-to-school picnic, back-to-school night, Teacher Appreciation Luncheon. Track membership and submit to treasurer, MD PTA/MCCPTA. Lead effort to produce the student directory in Dec/January and work with fundraising team on that effort.
Secretary: Records minutes at meetings; maintains formal PTSA correspondence
Treasurer: Maintains the books; prepares annual budget; verifies all expenses are approved and according to budget.
Enrichment Committee: Identifying specific tools and programs we can share with students to enhance academic rigor, enabling them to go beyond proficiency in a variety of topics; coordination and oversight between the parent community and the school administration on academic issues such Common Core curriculum, rigor and challenge, extra-curricular activities that tie in with academics; identifies additional resources for parents. To include: Study Skills, STEM Night
Achievement Gap Committee: Identify specific tools and programs we can share with students to help make sure all students have the degree of proficiency in topics such as math and science needed to succeed in high school, college, and beyond
Advocacy Committee: Spur the Sligo community to action on the above topics and others by coordinating communications with board of ed, county council, and others
MCCPTA Delegates: Represent Sligo MS PTSA’s at the Montgomery County Council of PTA. Attend monthly MCCPTA delegate meetings and report back to the Board and/or the membership.
School Directory Lead: Work with Membership and Fundraising teams to produce school