Committee Chairs

Committee Chairs are responsible for leading and directing committees that serve the Meyerholz Community. 

Positions (8/17 filled)

Book Fair Committee Chair Signed Up: 1 / 1

Communications-Newsletter Chair Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Communications-Website Chair Signed Up: 1 / 1

Hospitality Signed Up: 1 / 1

Acts as official host of a PTA in creating welcoming atmosphere at meetings and events Works with committee and other chairman to organize and set up refreshments, food, decorations, registration, greeters and baby-sitting for PTA meetings and events Maintains hospitality supplies and equipment and an updated inventory for them Presents hospitality budget for approval at executive board meeting at start of the PTA year and monitor authorized budget Reports on hospitality plans at board meetings for forthcoming PTA events

Kindness Week Committee Chair Signed Up: 2 / 2

Musical Committee Chair Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Parent Education Chair Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Reflections Program Chair Signed Up: 2 / 2

Become familiar with the materials on the California State PTA website at, the National PTA website at and the Reflections Packet sent to presidents in the service mailing. Develop a Reflections Program planning calendar using council and district PTA due dates; identify key steps to meet the calendar due dates. (Note that this program runs early in the school year for local units; therefore athletic events may need to be taken into consideration when planning the calendar.) Submit a Reflections Program budget to the budget committee for approval. Explain the Reflections Program to the principal and school staff; encourage their support and participation. Inform parents and community members. Share information about the Reflections Program at a PTA meeting, share examples of last year’s entries and have current entry forms and rules available for distribution. Publicize the Reflections Program, theme and due dates in the school or PTA newsletter. The local newspaper or cable TV station also could be contacted for publicity. Select impartial, qualified judges. Inform judges of the criteria to be used in evaluating/judging Reflections Program entries. (Refer to the rules for each art category.) Remember to accept the judges’ selections of winning entries. Offer sample judging rubric: Interpretation of Theme:  5 points Artistic Merit/Creativity:  3 points Mastery of Medium:  2 points IMPORTANT: Do not show student information (name, address, etc.) on entries displayed for judging. Follow guidelines from council and district PTA regarding the number of entries that may be submitted. Adhere to council and district PTA due dates! Make certain each entry meets all judging criteria with regard to size, mounting, etc. Be sure the Official Entry Form (Reflections Program Packet, Service Mailing; is completely filled out, signed by both student and parent, and attached securely to each entry, according to the National PTA rules. Complete and send Participation Form A (Reflections Program Packet, Service Mailing; with entries, according to National PTA rules. Keep a copy of all Official Entry Forms and Participation Form A. Keep a copy of all CDs and DVDs. After the program, give each participant a certificate of participation. Return entries to students whose work was not selected for the next level of judging. Update the Reflections Program procedure book. Announce the new Reflections Program theme as soon as it is available. The theme is announced at the annual California State PTA convention. Publicize any awards given to local students at other levels of judging.

Safety Patrol Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Science Fair Committee Chair Signed Up: 1 / 1

Staff Appreciation Chair Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Walk n' Roll Committee Chair Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Brunch on Us Signed Up: 2 / 2

Family Fun Nights Signed Up: 0 / 1

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Community Events Chair Signed Up: 0 / 2

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Project Cornerstone Signed Up: 1 / 2

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Room Parent Lead Signed Up: 2 / 2