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The president is an elected officer and member of the executive board. The president manages the overall objectives and strategies of the PTSA and acts as liaison between the PTSA and the school.  The president presides at all general membership and board meetings and maintains a fair and impartial position at all times. 

The vice president (VP) is an elected officer and member of the executive board. The primary responsibility of the VP is to assist the president and help lead the PTSA toward specific goals chosen by its members. The VP also advises and helps guide the PTSA chairs in scheduling and planning PTSA events. The VP performs the duties of the president in the absence or inability of that officer to serve. In case of a vacancy in the position of president, the VP temporarily assume the duties until the vacancy is filled in accordance with the bylaws. 

The secretary is an elected officer and member of the executive board. The secretary is responsible for taking minutes at board and general membership meetings, keeping an accurate record of the proceedings of the meetings, and assisting the president in meeting facilitation (e.g. agendas, minute approval, quorum voting, minute distribution, etc.). The secretary maintains and preserves records and important documents and assists the president in correspondence as needed. 

The treasurer is an elected officer and member of the executive board. The treasurer is the authorized custodian of all PTSA funds and provides a financial report of income and expenses and board and general meetings as well as an annual financial report by June 30 each year. The treasurer’s duties include maintaining compliance with PTA and NCPTA policies, maintaining all financial records, and serves as chair of the finance committee.

The chair of the advocacy committee is member of the board. The advocacy committee shall develop and organize meetings, activities and programs to further the goals and purposes of PTA. This committee is tasked with improving communications and relationships between school staff and families; educating families and caregivers on important issues related to the health and educational success of their children; and helping to make each child’s potential a reality. 

The chair of the hospitality committee is a member of the board. The hospitality committee is responsible for planning and executing PTSA supported hospitality events, including but not limited to teacher appreciation and monthly staff appreciation recognition. The committee also supports stocking staff breakrooms and other special activities as planned by the committee. 

The chair of the audit committee is member of the board. The audit committee consists of no fewer than three members and is responsible for the audits and financial reviews. The audit committee provides the audit to the treasurer who presents the audit to the board.

The chair of the communications committee is a member of the board. The committee is responsible for planning and executing all PTSA communications efforts like social media, newsletter and email content.

The chair of the fundraising committee is a member of the board. The treasurer is also part of the fundraising committee. The committee is responsible for planning and executing all fundraising efforts for the PTSA. The fundraising shall conduct at least one fundraiser per academic year to support the MCHS PTSA programming and activities. The committee provides fundraising reports to the officers. 

The chair of the membership committee is member of the board. This committee is charged with the growth and retention of members, providing creative and exciting strategies to local units, and building relationships. The committee will develop the organization’s membership goals in collaboration with the president and executive committee. The committee will develop an action plan, support members’ use of Givebacks, and develop a plan to increase member involvement. Committee members also coach other PTSA leaders in how to talk about PTSA and membership with others. The committee coordinates membership at events, collects and tracks membership forms and dues in partnership with the treasurer. The committee also distributes membership cards and provides membership reports to the officers. 

The chair of the Mustang activities committee is a member of the board. The committee plansexecutes or supports activities and events for the MCHS student population, including but not limited to senior sunrise breakfast on the first day of class and baccalaureate in June, Mustang Moments and additional student recognition activities may take place as planned by the committee.

The chair of the nominating committee is member of the board. The nominating committee shall be comprised of an odd number and no fewer than three members; at least two of the committee members shall be board members and at least one committee member shall be a member of the local PTSA who does not serve on the board. Neither the president nor the principal shall be a member of the nominating committee. Throughout the year, the nominating committee is tasked with identifying talented, motivated, and responsible individuals to serve as officers of this local PTSA. Prior to the last general membership meeting each fiscal year, the nominating committee shall prepare a slate of nominees for officers of this local PTSA for the coming year, and the president shall include that slate in the notice for the last general membership meeting, and the chair of the nominating committee shall place such names in nomination at that meeting, and the election shall be conducted as provided in Section 6.2 of the bylaws.

The co-chairs of the senior activates sub-committee are members of the board. The committee falls under the Mustang activities committee and is responsible for events and activities related to the senior class like Senior Sunrise, Cokes & Cookies in the Commons and baccalaureate. Additional senior activities may take place as planned by the sub-committee.

The chair of the student recognition committee is a member of the board. The committee works with MCHS leadership to plan and execute three honor roll recognition events during the academic year (first, second and third quarter). Additional student recognition activities may take place as planned by the committee.

The chair of the website committee is a member of the board. The committee develops and maintains the PTSA web presence, including but not limited to the PTSA website.