Learn more about the available office positions up for election in June 2024: President and Vice President. Interested in running or know someone who would be? Email or fill out the form!


Your PTA members look to you for leadership in creating partnerships within your community and fostering an environment where family engagement is encouraged and respected. Responsibilities include:

  • Chairing board and general meetings
  • Overseeing fiscal compliance
  • Serving as a liaison with school administration or community partners
  • Checking in regularly with officers and committees to ensure the overall plan is on target
  • Identifying challenges and inviting solutions
  • Familiarizing yourself with all PTA programs and resources
  • Representing PTA to the community
  • Recruiting and mentoring volunteers and future leaders
  • Volunteering at events, when available

Great presidents often have leadership, planning and public speaking skills and experience.

Vice President

A vice president may be called upon at any time to assume the role of president, temporarily or until the position is filled in accordance with your bylaws. Responsibilities include:

Great vice presidents often learn or possess leadership, planning and public speaking skills.

Recording Secretary

You will serve your PTA by keeping an accurate record of meetings, which become part of the permanent history of the PTA. Great secretaries often have prior volunteer and/or meeting experience and are enthusiastic about PTA.

A PTA Secretary’s Responsibilities

#1: Gather and Maintain Essential Documentation.

There are several items you'll want to put your hands on right away to be sure important records aren't lost in the transition. Collaborate with your PTA president and past officers to gather these records.Records to gather include:

#2: Organize and Record Meetings.

Ensure that meetings are efficient by providing written communication with your PTA members and board. These responsibilities include: