Chairperson Roles and Responsibilities

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Advocacy Chair
Beautification Chair
Emergency Preparedness Chair
Hospitality Chair
Membership Chair
Reflections Chair

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Advocacy Chair
  • The Advocacy Chair shall represent Timberline Middle PTSA at the WSPTA Legislative Assembly, annual convention, and other events as available
  • connect with the council and neighboring schools to further district-wide advocacy plans
  • communicate with board, school, and community the current state of advocacy programs that pertain to our school and community
  • attend available council level trainings/meetings and TMS PTSA board and membership meetings as needed
Beautification Chair
  • The Beautification Chair shall work to keep school grounds clean and updated
  • work with the school and the district to create beautification programs and events that involve staff, students, and community
  • create an annual calendar of events and programs
  • attend available council level trainings/meetings and TMS PTSA board and membership meetings as needed
Emergency Preparedness Chair
  • The Emergency Preparedness Chair shall support of the school’s emergency preparedness program as well as manage all emergency supplies for staff, students, and administration should there be a natural disaster or community emergency
  • maintain a master supply list with expiration dates, organizing and mapping the storage space, removing and replacing items when expired, and communicating updates with the board, administration, and the school district of supply and expirations.
  • this chair position is an official voting member of the board of directors, except during a tie-break
  • attend available council level trainings/meetings and all TMS PTSA board and membership meetings
Hospitality Chair
  • The Emergency Preparedness Chair shall support of the school’s emergency preparedness program as well as manage all emergency supplies for staff, students, and administration should there be a natural disaster or community emergency
  • maintain a master supply list with expiration dates, organizing and mapping the storage space, removing and replacing items when expired, and communicating updates with the board, administration, and the school district of supply and expirations.
  • this chair position is an official voting member of the board of directors, except during a tie-break
  • attend available council level trainings/meetings and all TMS PTSA board and membership meetings
Membership Chair
  • The Membership Chair shall plan and lead the membership drive and ongoing promotion throughout the year
  • attend all TMS events to promote membership as well as communicate member benefits
  • manage the website data entry and communication about membership with WSPTA
  • communicate members benefits through newsletter, social media, and membership emails throughout the year
  • this chair position is an official voting member of the board of directors, except during a tie-break
  • attend available council level trainings/meetings and all TMS PTSA board and membership meetings
Reflections Chair
  • The Reflections Chair shall be responsible for the promotion and implementation of the annual nation-wide arts competition at Timberline
  • communicate theme and provide guidance of rules to all students and encourage student participation
  • collect all art and applications and ensure all rules have been followed
  • procure category judges for final approval
  • work to plan an annual reflections reception at Timberline honoring all participants
  • set up and take down annual council display
  • communicate winners through newsletter and social media, return all artwork by end of school year
  • attend available council level trainings/meetings and TMS PTSA board and membership meetings as needed