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Thank you for your interest in joining the Seaford Manor PTA Executive Board!

Below is a description of all of our Executive Board roles. Please Note: 

  • Each position is for a term of one year

  • No person can serve in one office for more than two consecutive years  

  • You can nominate yourself or any parent that would make a good candidate for an elected position using this google form

  • Only one nomination per google form, but feel free to use multiple forms to nominate multiple people

  • Accepting nominations through March 28th 2021

If you have any questions or would like to talk further about the opportunities available, please don’t hesitate to reach out to one of the nominating committee members.


voting member

  • Direct the affairs of the association in cooperation with the other members of the executive committee and executive board for a term of office specified in the bylaws.

  • Oversees and coordinates the work of an executive board to run a PTA effectively

  • Presides at PTA board and association meetings

  • Serves as the official contact, communicator and representative of a PTA

  • Designated as an authorized signer for PTA checks, contracts and authorizations for payment

  • 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


voting member

Responsible for ensuring the overall communication goals and messaging initiatives of the PTA are met. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Curating content for weekly email newsletters

  • Moderating website content and messaging (working directly with website coordinator)

  • Coordinating Class Parents and class parent communications

  • Writing and distributing press releases

  • Public Relations (Local Businesses/ Chamber of Commerce/Community Leaders and Organizations)

  • Prepare and Host Class Parent Meeting in September


voting member

The Vice President of Membership Development is instrumental in building a robust and active PTA. The VP is responsible for:

  • Growth and Retention of association

    • Member drives and outreach

    • Volunteer surveys and feedback forums

  • Engagement - Develop first time and passive members into active volunteers

  • Mentoring, Coaching, and Developing Volunteers – identify active/eager members of the association, develop and mentor towards leadership roles

  • Leadership Training and Development


voting member

  • Record and maintain all bookkeeping records up to and including checkbook, bank statements, treasurer’s book, etc.

  • Adhere to the records retention found in Section 5 of the NYS PTA Resource Guide

  • Issue checks to committees, membership and NYS State PTA in a timely manner

  • Ensure ALL banking procedures are followed up to and including the Rule of Two

  • Chair Budget committee - create budget to present to Executive Board for approval then present at May PTA for adoption

  • Present monthly treasurer reports at all PTA meetings (per Bylaws)

  • Prepare and maintain records for monthly and annual audits

  • Submit taxes immediately following annual audit


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