Blendon Middle School Parent Teacher Organization Bylaws
Section 2. Annual dues will be established by the executive board. A member must have paid his/her dues before a meeting to be considered a member in good standing with voting rights at that meeting.
Section 4. Voting. A majority vote of the members present at any meeting shall be required for all action to be taken by the organization.
Section 6. Parent Council Representative. The Parent Council Representative will represent the Blendon PTO at Westerville Parent Council meetings. The representative will report to the Blendon PTO about information received from the Westerville Parent Council.
Section 6. Removal from Office. Officers can be removed from office with or without cause by a two-thirds vote of those present (assuming a quorum) at a regular meeting where previous notice has been given.
Section 5. Voting. The vote of the majority of the regular and ex-officio members of the Executive Board present at a meeting at which a quorum is present shall be required for all action to be taken by the Executive Board.
Section 3. Special Committees. The President and/or the Executive Board may create Special Committees as needed. Special Committees shall be created for a specific time and/or task and shall cease to exist when that time or task has been completed, or on June 14 of each year, whichever occurs first. The President can appoint the chairpersons of all Special Committees. Any member may serve as a committee member. The Chairperson shall report the plans and activities of the committee to the Executive Board, which must approve all such reports.
Section 7. Fiscal Year. The fiscal year shall coordinate with the school year.
Robert's Rules of Order shall govern meetings when they are not in conflict with the organization's bylaws.
These bylaws may be amended at any regular or special meeting providing that previous notice was given in writing at the prior meeting and then sent to all members of the organization by the secretary. Notice may be given by postal mail, email or fax. Amendments will be approved by a two-thirds vote of those present, assuming a quorum.