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Revised 6/1/2018

The Executive Vice President (EVP) shall assist the President when called upon and shall perform the duties of the President in the absence or inability of that officer to serve. In case of a vacancy in the office of President, the Executive Vice President shall temporarily assume the duties until the vacancy is filled.

At the beginning of his/her term, the Executive Vice President has two key tasks:

  • Review the Executive Committee/Board job descriptions and update these as needed, making recommendations for any changes.
  • Review the Standing Rules to see if any changes are necessary for voting on at the September General Membership meeting.

Early on, the EVP should also work with the Treasurer to ensure that the Legal Documents Notebook is current and complete and with the Secretary to make sure the past minutes archive is easily accessible and up-to-date.

The Executive Vice President shall attend the monthly PTA/Principal meetings and take minutes to be published within 5-7 days to the Executive Committee/Board and Principal.

The EVP should be prepared to become involved in any committee as needed to lend a helping hand, answer questions and give advice.

The EVP may be asked to take on and project manage special EB issues, such as how to increase attendance at General Membership Meetings.

The EVP shall act as liaison between the Executive Committee/Board and the following subject areas/groups:

  • Site Council Liaison – As set forth in Cascade Ridge PTSA Standing Rules, the EVP should sit on the Cascade Ridge Site Council, attend its monthly meetings and report back to the Executive Committee/Board any relevant issues.
  • Student Council Liaison – The EVP will keep in contact with the Staff Student Council reps. If necessary to facilitate PTSA goals, the EVP may be required to attend a Student Council meeting and work with the Student Council to make sure their activities and those of the PTSA are well coordinated. The EVP will update the Executive Committee/Board as needed on any issues.

The EVP may attend monthly District Council meetings with the President but should be prepared to attend in any case if the President is unable to.

The EVP should regularly attend all Executive Committee/Board meetings and General Membership meetings.

Other miscellaneous job requirements include:

  • Support the Issaquah Schools Foundation (ISF) to best of his/her ability
  • Support the legislative needs of the PTSA.
  • During levy years, lead the way by example in helping do whatever it takes to pass the levies.
  • Pursue other training opportunities as appropriate, including: the Region 2 Conference and the State PTA Convention in the spring.

Refer to WSPTA’s “Presidents” booklet for more information.