Why PTA Unit’s Bylaws
The most successful PTAs are those that run their meetings efficiently following their bylaws. After all, the bylaws are the rules of the game. They tell you the minimum number of meetings per year, when to elect the nominating committee, when to elect the officers for the following year and much, much more.
Local PTA Unit’s Bylaws Update Information
Is it time to update your local unit’s bylaws? Check the date stamped on the first page. Your bylaws expire three years after that date. This will keep your PTA running smoothly and in good standing. If your bylaws are scheduled to expire this year, plan to set up a review committee at least 3 months before they expire, so you have enough time to review Florida PTA’s most recent bylaws template and compare it to your current bylaws for changes you may need to make.
Use Florida PTA’s online bylaws submission form to submit your new bylaws at least one month before they expire. Click Here for Florida PTA information, forms, and link to on line submission. Its Easy To Update Bylaws
If you have any questions, contact Betty Marty at Bylaws@dccpta.org.