Miraloma PTA

The Miraloma Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) embraces a whole-child approach to education by:

  • Supporting Miraloma's academic program and enrichment activities,
  • Encouraging meaningful family participation and awareness,
  • Strengthening our community of students, families, teachers, and staff.

Our robust PTA is one of the biggest drivers of community involvement at Miraloma and we need a lot of volunteers to help with every aspect of support for our school. Whether you're interested in joining our monthly PTA meetings, getting involved with annual events, or leading a committee, please consider getting involved today. 

Looking to get involved? Please reach out to the current PTA Board members for guidance on how to jump in -- there's plenty to do! 

And did you know there are perks to becoming a PTA Member?
Check out the various discounts and offers through PTA membership.
 

THE 2017-18 PTA BOARD

Our community elects new PTA Board members each March. Interested in open board positions? Email pta@miralomasf.com!

PTA BOARD POSITIONS

President is the chief executive of the PTA.  He or she is responsible for coordinating the work of officers and committees of the association, presides at all meetings, and acts as the official representative of the association at council and district meetings.

Secretary is primarily responsible for keeping accurate record of the proceedings of all meetings of the association, conducts all necessary correspondence, and provides notices of executive board meetings.

Treasurer is the chief financial officer, and is primarily responsible for financial matters for the PTA.  The treasurer keeps the financial books and is chair of the budget committee.  He or she prepares the budget for adoption by the association, and reports to the association on a regular basis. The treasurer presents a treasurer’s report at every meeting of the association and the executive board.

Auditor is primarily responsible for auditing the books and financial records of the association semiannually, preparing a midyear audit to be completed in January and a year-end audit in July, and present further written reports to the PTA’s executive board, and be is responsible for verifying all necessary report forms required by the California State PTA.

Historian/Parliamentarian is primarily responsible for assembling and preserving a record of the activities, achievements and volunteer hours of the association, and acts as custodian of records and other materials pertinent to the history of the association.

VP Programs plans community events and coordinates programs with Site Council and School Administration.

VP Fundraising develops the calendar of fundraising events and programs and oversees their planning.

VP Membership establishes membership goals, designs outreach and promotion, keeps a list of current members.

VP Communication establishes and oversees PTA communications to the school community and advises the principal and committees on communication strategy and distribution. 

Volunteer Coordinator organizes the recruitment of volunteers from the school and wider community.


PTA Nominations

The Nomination Committee selects candidates for next year's PTA Board, usually in Feb/Mar. The Nomination Committee is formed by the Parliamentarian on the current PTA Board.

If you want to be on next year's PTA board or know someone who does, please submit the form below (it is anonymous). Learn more about PTA Nominations & Elections & read more about the PTA function descriptions above.