Volunteers Still Needed!
Fri, Mar 19 11:40am
PTA Positions Still Available!
Thank you to all of the fantastic parents who have stepped up to volunteer for next year's PTA! It is wonderful to have new faces, and we look forward to electing all of our volunteers at our next general PTA meeting on April 28. We still have a few positions in need of volunteers, and training is available. 
Take a look at the following roles and see if they are a good fit for you! If you'd like to shadow a role or if you'd like to partner with another parent, let us know. We hope to finalize our slate of officers by March 25. If you are interested, or have questions, send a note to our Nominating Committe, at: parliamentarian@fairmeadowpta.org
Thank you for supporting our school and making this community strong!

PTA Board positions available:

  • Treasurer: Prepare budget and financial statements, reconcile books, and complete reimbursement checks throughout the year. Attend monthly Executive Board meetings, and quarterly General PTA meetings. Training is available, prior experience is helpful.
  • President, or Co-President: Oversees and coordinates the work of an executive board to run a PTA effectively. Presides at monthly PTA board and quarterly association meetings. Serves as the official contact, communicator and representative of a PTA. Serves as ex-officio member of all committees except the nominating committee. Works with other PTA leaders to connect families, school and community to support student success. Full description can be found here.
  • Executive Vice President: Works as the primary aide to the president, performs president’s duties in his or her absence, and other various responsibilities, listed here. Attend monthly board meetings, and quarterly PTA meetings. Training is available.
  • VP Programs: Works with committee, Principal, and PTA Board to plan and organize programs for the school year. Develops annual program calendar and presents it at PTA association meeting for adoption. Oversees and delegates volunteer recruitment for events. Publicizes approved program calendar using newsletters, website, social networks and school directory. Attend monthly board meetings, and quarterly PTA meetings. Full description here.
  • PTA Historian: Attend monthly board meetings, and quarterly PTA meetings. Captures, assembles and preserves record of activities and achievements of a PTA. Collects volunteer hours for PTA meetings and events. Completes and submits the PTA Unit-Annual Historian Report to council/district PTA. Presents brief overview of PTA year at last PTA meeting of the school year. Carries out other duties outlined here.
  • PTA Parliamentarian: Assists the president to manage monthly board meetings, quarterly general meetings, and advises on parliamentary procedure with respect to bylaws. Arranges nominating committee’s first meeting, providing information on nomination and election process. Full description here.
Other Key Volunteer Roles:
  • Webmaster: Keep our PTA website up to date throughout the school year. Role requires a weekly time commitment in order to keep up with events & activities.
  • Safe Routes to School / Walk and Roll: Coordinate Walk and Roll days (2x/year), and inform families about various safe bike routes to our school campus at the start of the school year, and during school wide events. Possibly attend a district meeting about the program if needed. Additional info can be found here.
  • Parent Education: Organize 2-3 parent education evenings (likely virtually) about relevant topics for our parent community. Select speaker(s), coordinate event, and promote schoolwide.
  • STEM / Math Night Organizer(s): Math night occurs in the Spring, and is offered as a school-wide event. Materials and games provided by the PTA. Parent volunteers plan, promote, and organize event, including volunteer sign-ups, refreshments, etc. (Event will be pending Covid protocol, but may be held virtually.)
  • Discovery Day Organizer(s): This Fairmeadow tradition occurs every two years, and is organized by parent volunteers. Students may choose 2-3 mini classes to learn or try something new. Activities are planned and run by parent volunteers, and occur during one one school day in the Spring. (Event will be pending Covid protocols.)