1 UNIT BYLAWS COVER SHEET PTA District 6 County Hamilton Council Hamilton County Name of PTA/PTSA Oakdale Elementary PTA School District served by PTA Oak Hills Local School(s) served by PTA Oakdale Elementary Unit/School Mailing Address Amendment(s) only, date unit adopted amendment(s) Replacement bylaws, date unit adopted bylaws June 12, 2007 Date unit organized 1969 IRS Employer Identification Number Select: Early Child Primary X Elementary Intermediate Middle Junior Senior Grade levels Current contact name & address Lorie Schafer, President Current contact Phone Ohio PTA approved as corrected Sue Hummer Director of Bylaws & Standing Rules Ohio PTA approved date_june 7, 2008 Page 1 Approved on June 7, 2008
2 Oakdale Elementary PTA Bylaws ARTICLE I NAME The name of this organization is the Oakdale Elementary Parent and Teacher Association (PTA) of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is a local PTA organized under the authority of Ohio Congress of Parents and Teachers (Ohio PTA), a branch of National Congress of Parents and Teachers (National PTA). ARTICLE II PURPOSES Section 1. The purposes of the PTA are: a. To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship, b. To raise the standards of home life, c. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth, d. To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth, and e. To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education. Section 2. The purposes of the PTA are promoted through an advocacy and educational programs directed toward parents, teachers, and the general public; developed through conferences, committees, projects, and programs; and governed and qualified by the basic policies set forth in Article III. Section 3. The organization is organized exclusively for the charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or corresponding section of any future federal tax code (hereinafter referred to as Internal Revenue Code ). Section 4. Ohio PTA further defines children and youth as birth through 23 years of age. ARTICLE III BASIC POLICIES The following are basic policies of this PTA: a. The organization shall be noncommercial, nonsectarian, and nonpartisan. b. The organization shall work with the schools and community to provide quality education for all children and youth and shall seek to participate in the decision-making process establishing school policy, recognizing that the legal responsibility to make decisions has been delegated by the people to boards of education, state education authorities, and local education authorities. c. The organization shall work to promote the health and welfare of children and youth and shall seek to promote collaboration between parents, schools, and the community at large. d. No part of the net earnings of the organization shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to, its members, directors, trustees, officers, or other private persons except that the organization shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in Article II hereof. e. Not withstanding any other provision of these articles, the organization shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on (i) by an organization exempt from federal income tax under Section 501 (3) of the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) by an organization, contributions to which are deductible under Section 170 (2) of the internal Revenue Code. f. Upon the dissolution of this organization, after paying or adequately providing for the debts and obligations of the organization, the remaining assets shall be distributed to Ohio g. The organization or members in their official capacities shall not, directly or indirectly, participate or intervene (in any way, including the publishing or distributing of statements) in any political campaign on behalf of, or in opposition to, any candidate for public office; or devote more than an insubstantial part of its activities to attempting to influence legislation by propaganda or otherwise. Page 2 Approved on June 7, 2008
3 ARTICLE IV RELATIONSHIP WITH NATIONAL PTA AND OHIO PTA Section 1. This local PTA shall be organized and chartered under the authority of the Ohio PTA in the area in which this local PTA functions, in conformity with such rules and regulations, as the Ohio PTA may in its bylaws prescribe. The Ohio PTA has issued to this local PTA an appropriate charter. This local PTA to be in good standing: a. Adheres to the purposes and basic policies of the PTA, b. Remits the National and Ohio PTA portion of dues to the Ohio PTA office by dates designated in Article V, Section 6 of these bylaws, c. Reviews their bylaws every three (3) years and submits them to the Ohio PTA Director of Bylaws and Standing Rules for further approval. Units shall submit amendments to their bylaws to the Ohio PTA Director of Bylaws and Standing Rules immediately upon their adoption. Submission may be made by or U.S. Mail to Ohio PTA Director of Bylaws and Standing Rules. Section 2. This local PTA shall adopt such bylaws for the government of the organization as may be approved by the Ohio Such bylaws shall not be in conflict with National PTA or the Ohio PTA Bylaws. Section 3. Bylaws of this local PTA shall include an article on amendments. Section 4. Bylaws of this local PTA shall include a provision establishing a quorum. Section 5. Each officer or board member of this local PTA shall be a member of this local Section 6. The bylaws of this local PTA shall prohibit voting by proxy. Section 7. This local PTA shall keep such permanent books of account and records as shall be sufficient to establish the items of gross income, minutes, receipts and disbursements of this organization, including, specifically, the number of its members, the dues collected from its members and the amount of dues remitted to the Ohio Such books of account records shall at all reasonable times be open to inspection by an authorized representative of the Ohio Section 8. The charter of this PTA shall be subject to withdrawal and the status of such organization as a PTA unit, shall be subject to termination, in the manner and under the circumstances provided in the Bylaws of the Ohio Section 9. If this local PTA disbands or withdraws from the Ohio PTA, it shall notify its Ohio PTA District Advisor or the Ohio PTA office thirty (30) days before a disbanding vote is taken and be governed by the procedure established by the Board of Directors of the Ohio Section 10. This local PTA in accordance with IRS regulations shall: a. File and annual financial report with the Ohio PTA office; b. File a form 990 or 990 EZ with a Schedule A if gross receipts exceed $25,000 annually or an annual electronic notice 990 N if gross receipts are less than $25,000 annually with the IRS, and c. Know that the Ohio PTA office staff has applied for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) for this constituent local PTA unit. ARTICLE V MEMBERSHIP AND DUES Section 1. Every individual who is a member of this local PTA is, by virtue of that fact, a member of the National PTA and of the Ohio PTA by which this local PTA is chartered, and is entitled to all the benefits of such membership. Section 2. Each member of this local PTA shall pay dues in the amount of $5.00. Such annual dues shall include Ohio PTA dues ($1.75) and National PTA dues ($1.75). Term of annual membership will be from August 15 of the current school year to September 1 of the following year. Section 3. Only current members of this PTA shall be eligible to participate in its business meetings or to serve in any of its elective or appointive positions. A membership card is not interchangeable between PTA or schools and does not confer membership on more than one individual. Section 4. Ohio PTA dues and National PTA dues collected by this local PTA shall be submitted to the Ohio PTA office monthly, as collected, accompanied by a list of members or entry of members via On Line Membership Dues Reporting. Page 3 Approved on June 7, 2008
4 If this local PTA withholds the initial payment of dues later than November 30, it shall be a local PTA listed as not in good standing. Section 5. Members who are under 18 years of age are prohibited under Ohio law from signing contracts that bind the members of the Ohio PTA, or its councils and units. Section 6. If this local PTA is not in good standing by: a. November 30, it: 1. Shall not be eligible for awards, 2. Shall have their unit removed from the mailing list of the Ohio PTA until dues are submitted, 3. Shall not be eligible to participate in the Reflections Program b. March 15, it: 1. Shall be considered inactive. 2. Shall know that the IRS shall be notified that this unit is no longer a tax-exempt organization of the Ohio Section 7. To be reinstated a local unit shall pay current National and Ohio PTA dues and a $20 reinstatement fee to Ohio PTA, which shall entitle the unit to send voting delegates to the Ohio PTA Annual Convention. ARTICLE VI OFFICERS The officers of this local PTA shall be one president, one 1st vice president, one 2nd vice president, one recording secretary, one corresponding secretary, one treasurer, one PTA council delegate and one PTA council alternate delegate. ARTICLE VII NOMINATIONS & ELECTIONS Section 1. There shall be a nominating committee composed of no less than 3 members who shall be elected by this local PTA at a regular general membership (unit) meeting at least 1 month prior to the election of officers. a. The chair shall be elected by the committee. b. The nominating committee shall nominate an eligible person for each office to be filled and report its nominees to the regular general membership (unit) meeting in February. Additional nominations may be made from the floor at the election meeting. c. Only those individuals who are current members of this local PTA and who have signified their consent to serve if elected shall be nominated for, or elected to, such office. Section 2. The following provisions shall govern the eligibility of individuals to be officers of the Oakdale Elementary PTA: a. No officer may be eligible to serve more than 2 consecutive terms in the same office. b. A person who has served in an office for more than one half of a full term shall be deemed to have served a full term in such office. Section 3. Officers shall be elected in the month of February. Section 4. The vote shall be conducted by ballot and a majority vote shall elect. When there is only one candidate for any office that election may be held by voice vote. Section 5. Officers shall assume their official duties at the end of the fiscal year and shall serve for a term of 1 year or until their successors are elected. Section 6. In case a vacancy occurs in the office of president, the first vice president shall serve notice of the election. A vacancy occurring in any other elective position shall be filled for the unexpired term by a person elected by a majority vote of the remaining members of the Executive Board, notice of such election having been given. ARTICLE VIII DUTIES OF OFFICERS (EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE) Section 1. The president shall: a. Preside at all meetings of this local PTA, b. Serve as an ex-officio member of all committees except the nominating and audit committees, c. Coordinate the work of the officers and committees of this local PTA in order that the purposes may be promoted, d. Appoint committee chairmen except the chair of the nominating committee, Page 4 Approved on June 7, 2008
5 e. Perform duties prescribed by these bylaws, standing rules and by the parliamentary authority adopted by this Section 2. The 1 st vice president shall be the Unit Programs Chairman. The 2 nd vice president shall be the Ways & Means Chairman. Both vice presidents shall: a. Act as aides to the president, b. In their designated order (the 1 st vice president then the 2 nd vice president), perform the duties of the president in the president s absence or inability to serve, c. Perform duties prescribed by these bylaws, standing rules, and by the parliamentary authority adopted by this Section 3. The recording secretary shall: a. Keep a record of all meetings of the association and be custodian of the permanent file, b. Have a current copy of the bylaws and standing rules, c. Maintain a membership list d. Confirm that attendance has been taken and recorded at Executive Board meetings. e. Perform duties prescribed by these bylaws, standing rules, and by the parliamentary authority adopted by this Section 4. The corresponding secretary shall: a. Care for correspondence of the association, b. Send out notices of special importance as directed by the president, c. Record volunteer hours and submit to Ohio PTA at the end of the fiscal year, d. Perform duties prescribed by these bylaws, standing rules, and by the parliamentary authority adopted by this Section 5. The treasurer shall: a. Have custody of the funds and maintain a full and accurate account of the receipts and disbursements belonging to this local PTA, b. Make disbursements as authorized by the president, Executive Board, or this local PTA in accordance with the budget adopted yearly by this local PTA, c. Have checks signed by two people, the treasurer and one other officer, d. Provide a financial statement at each meeting, e. Present an annual report of the financial condition of the organization, f. Submit the books annually or upon change of officer for an audit by an auditor or an auditing committee of no fewer than three (3) members who, satisfied that the treasurer s annual report is correct, shall sign a statement of that fact at the end of the report, g. Report the findings of the annual audit to the Executive Board, h. Be bonded for a sum sufficient to protect the unit from loss. (suggested sum can be average amount of funds needed during the year) i. Perform duties prescribed by these bylaws, standing rules, and by the parliamentary authority adopted by this Section 6. The PTA council delegate (or the PTA council alternate delegate) shall: a. Attend the meetings of Hamilton County Council of PTAs and shall report to the association. b. Perform duties prescribed by these bylaws, standing rules, and by the parliamentary authority adopted by this ARTICLE IX EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (ELECTED OFFICERS) Section 1. There shall be an Executive Committee of the Oakdale Elementary PTA, the members of which shall be all elected officers. Section 2. Special meetings of the Executive Committee may be called by the president or upon written request of the majority members with at least one day notice to each member of the Executive Committee. No other business than that which is stated in the notice shall be transacted at this meeting. Section 3. A majority of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Section 4. Duties of the Executive Committee shall be: Page 5 Approved on June 7, 2008
6 a. Transact business referred to it by the Executive Board, b. Make a report at each Executive Board meeting, c. To take no action in conflict with any action taken by the Executive Board. ARTICLE X EXECUTIVE BOARD Section 1. The members of the Executive Board shall be: a. Elected officers, b. Immediate past president, c. Principal of the school or a representative appointed by her/him, d. Teacher liaison, e. Chairpersons of standing committees. Section 2. Duties of the Executive Board shall be: a. To transact necessary business in the intervals between regular association meetings and such other business as may be referred to it by the association, b. Create special committees, c. To approve the plans of work of the standing committees, d. Report at the regular meetings of the association, e. Appoint an auditor or an auditing committee at least one month prior to the end of the fiscal year to audit the treasurer s accounts, f. Ensure a budget is prepared and submitted to the general association for approval for the fiscal year, and g. Fill vacancies in elective positions. Section 3. If any member of the Executive Board shall at any time cease to meet the qualifications or fulfill the duties of the position, that person may be removed from the Executive Board by resolution adopted by 2/3 vote in the executive board Executive Board. Section 4. Regular meetings of the Executive Board shall be held on the first Tuesday of the month starting with the month of August and the last meeting being in May. Section 5. The date of a Executive Board meeting may be changed, due to weather or event scheduling, with a general consensus of the Executive Board upon 1 day notice to the Executive Board. Section 6. Special meetings of the Executive Board may be called by the president or when requested by majority of members upon 1 day notice to each member of the Executive Board. No other business than that which is stated in the call shall be transacted at this meeting. Section 7. At all meetings of the Executive Board, eight (8) members of the Executive Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Section 8. Upon the expiration of the term of office or when individuals cease to hold an executive position they shall be relieved of all duties and responsibilities. All records, books and other materials pertaining to the position shall be turned over to the president and all funds pertaining to the position shall be returned to the treasurer within 14 days. ARTICLE XI STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES Section 1. The standing committees of this local PTA shall be: Banking, Board of Education Representative, Caring and Sharing, Dance, Gifts & Memorials, Recycling, Cub Scout Pack 186 Liaison, Bridgetown Middle School Liaison, Health/welfare/safety, Historian, Hospitality, Legislation, Library, Membership, Newsletter Editor, Registrar, Reflections, Market Day, Parliamentarian, Oakdale Power. Section 2. The Executive Board may create such special committees as it may deem necessary to promote the purposed of PTA and carry on the work of this local Section 3. The term of office of a standing committee chair shall be 2 years or until the selection of a successor. Section 4. A PTA board member shall not serve as a committee chair of more than two (2) committees during the same school year unless approved by the President. Page 6 Approved on June 7, 2008
7 Section 5. The chair of each standing committee shall present a plan of work at the Executive Board for approval. No committee work shall be undertaken without the consent of the Executive Board. ARTICLE XII GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS Section 1. Regular (Unit) meetings of this local PTA shall be held on the 3 rd Tuesday of the month with a minimum of four (4) regular (unit) meetings in the months of September, November, February and May scheduled each school year. Two (2) days notice shall be given to the membership of any change of date. Section 2. Special meetings of this local PTA may be called by the President or by a majority of the Executive Board with one (1) day notice having been given. No other business than that which is stated in the call shall be transacted at this meeting. Section 3. Eleven (11) members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business in any meeting of this local ARTICLE XIII PTA COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP Section 1. A PTA council may be organized for the purpose of conference and cooperation in matters of common interest and shall admit only local PTA in membership with the National PTA and the Ohio Section 2. This local PTA shall be represented in meetings of the Hamilton County Council of PTAs by the President, or appointed alternate, and by one (1) delegate or alternate. According to HCC bylaws, the principal or designee is also a voting member of council. a. All representatives to the council PTA must be members of this local b. Delegates and their alternates shall be elected. Section 3. This local PTA shall pay annual dues of $50 to the Hamilton County Council PTA as provided in the Hamilton County Council PTA Bylaws. The dues for the Hamilton County Council of PTAs are based on the membership of this Unit in the prior school year and may change. Notice from the Council is sent to this Unit each year. ARTICLE XIV OHIO PTA CONVENTION This local PTA if in good standing shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Ohio PTA by: a. Elected officers or their representatives; b. Other accredited delegates who are current members of this ARTICLE XV FISCAL YEAR The fiscal year of this local PTA shall begin on July 1 and end on the following June 30. ARTICLE XVI DISSOLUTION Section 1. Upon the dissolution of this organization, after paying or adequately providing for the debts and obligations of the organization, the remaining assets shall be distributed to the Ohio PTA, a non-profit organization, which is taxexempt and meets the requirements of regulations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Section 2. The procedure for dissolution is as follows: a. When a motion to disband is presented and seconded, it must be deferred for vote until the next meeting. All members must be notified by first class mail, along with the Ohio PTA District Advisor or the Ohio PTA office at least thirty (30) days prior to the meeting at which the vote will be taken on the motion to disband. b. At the next meeting the motion to disband is opened for discussion. A two-thirds (2/3) vote of members present and voting is required for the motion to be adopted. c. If the motion to disband passes, the IRS shall be notified that this unit is no longer a tax-exempt organization of the Ohio PTA and the books, records, and the charter of the unit shall be returned to the Ohio PTA office by registered mail or given to the Ohio PTA Board of Directors representative. ARTICLE XVII PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY The rules contained in the current edition of Robert s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, Tenth Edition shall govern Oakdale Elementary PTA in all cases in which they are applicable and in which they are not in conflict with these bylaws, unit standing rules, National PTA Bylaws, the Ohio PTA Bylaws, special rules of order or Articles of Incorporation. Page 7 Approved on June 7, 2008
8 ARTICLE XVIII AMENDMENTS Section 1. These bylaws may be amended at any regular general membership meeting of Oakdale Elementary PTA by a two-thirds vote of those present and voting. Notice of a meeting to read proposed amendments or revisions of the bylaws must be provided to the membership via advertisement in the weekly school newsletter, by phone message, or by advertisement on the Oakdale PTA website five (5) days prior to the meeting. Section 2. This local PTA may appoint a committee to submit a revised set of bylaws as a substitute for the existing bylaws. The requirement for adoption of a revised set of bylaws shall be the same as in the case of an amendment. Section 3. All revisions and amendments to these bylaws shall be submitted to the Ohio PTA Director of Bylaws and Standing Rules for approval. Section 4. The adoption of an amendment by National PTA or Ohio PTA to any provision of these bylaws identified shall serve automatically and without the requirement of any further action by this organization to amend correspondingly these bylaws. This organization shall promptly incorporate such amendments into these bylaws. Page 8 Approved on June 7, 2008
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