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The Role of the PTO President:

Strong leadership skills
Strong organizational skills
Effective communication skills
Willingness to delegate tasks

Organize and oversee all PTO events
Preside at and oversee all PTO meetings
Attend District Board Meetings on behalf of PTO (as needed)
Serve as the primary contact between Administration and PTO
Maintain official records for PTO
Responsible for all annual filings - taxes, registry of charitable trusts, insurance, etc.

The Role of the PTO Vice-President:

Willingness to work alongside the President
Good listening skills
Effective communication skills

Assist the President in all PTO events
Manage social media for all PTO events
Perform duties of the President in their absence
Attend all PTO meetings
Create sign-in sheets / volunteer sheets prior to meetings for all events

The Role of the PTO Secretary:

Ability to work alongside President and Vice-President
Computer skills
Organizational skills

Prepare agendas for PTO meetings
Take notes and maintain minutes for PTO meetings
Submit all food permits for carnival
Assist Vice-President in overseeing social media

The Role of the PTO Treasurer:

Ability to work alongside PTO board officers
Strong organizational skills
Familiar with QuickBooks
Effective record keeping skills

Input all banking transactions into QuickBooks
Maintain financial records for PTO
Present overall profit & loss statements for all PTO events
Provide year-end financials to President and CPA for annual tax filings