Executive Committee Overview

The 13 person Moorestown Home and School Association’s Board of Trustees is comprised of 7 Officers and 6 School Chairs. These 13 Trustees, in combination with the 35 District Chairs, constitute the 48 person H&S Executive Committee. Each member  has 1 vote and serves for a 2 year term.

Please click here to view the President’s Welcome Letter 2017-2018
Please click here to view the Executive Slate 2017-2018.
Please click here to view the District Budget 2017-2018
Please click here to view the Executive/District Volunteer Information page 2016-2017
 

Executive Committee (all positions serve a 2 year term):

Officers: **click here for Job Descriptions – Officers**

President
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
3rd Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Assistant Treasurer for Ways & Means
 

Balance of Executive Committee (all positions serve a 2 year term):

**click here for Job Descriptions – District Chairs**

Executive School Chairs ***also Trustees and sit on the H&S Board
Apparel Sale
Book Fairs
Calendar
Community Service
Cookie Sale
Coupon Book Sale
Cultural Enrichment
Directory
eCom/Social Media
Event
Fingerprinting
Gift Wrap Sale
Hospitality
Marketing/Publicity
Meet the Candidates Night (formerly known as Legislative)
Membership – Online
Membership – Forms
Promotions/Rebates
Restaurant Nights
Scholarships
Website (formerly known as Internet)
Welcome Families
 

Responsibilities of Executive Committee:
1. The Committee understands, accepts, and supports the mission of the Moorestown Home and
School Association (“H&S”) as stipulated in the By-Laws and Article of Incorporation.
2. Committee members are:
a. Faithful in their attendance at regular and special Executive/District meetings
b. Diligent in reviewing the information provided to them prior to the Executive meetings
c. Willing to assist H&S in operating requirements, special projects, fundraising, and
seeking others to support the efforts of H&S
d. Continuing to report to their respective school memberships, the projects of H&S
and to seek their respective financial and public support.
3. The Committee reviews and adopts an annual operating budget at the annual meeting and
regularly monitors performance against it throughout the year.
4. The Committee regularly monitors the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow.
5. The Committee regularly reviews the performance of the volunteers under the guidance of the
President.
6. The Committee regularly reviews the performance and ethics of the Committee Chairs.
Any conflicts or potential conflicts of interest are reported to the respective VPs or
President.
7. The Committee approves proposed changes to the By-Laws and enforces the provisions
thereof.
8. The Committee approves the specific policies necessary to appropriately guide the
organization such as handling of confidential reports and files, record retention and
destruction, etc.
9. The Membership elects annually:
a. Trustees in accordance with the By-Laws of such organization
b. Committee Chairs and co-chairs in accordance with the By-Laws of such
organization
c. Approval of the operating budget at the annual meeting
d. Approves By-Law revisions based on the review schedule set forth in the By- Laws.
10. Act in the best interests of the membership of H&S.
11. Promote and publicize the work of H&S benefits to the school community.
12. Assist the leadership whenever possible with your time and talents.
13. Participate with objective and constructive suggestions or critiques or ways to improve service
and image of H&S.
14. Seek ways for H&S to provide supplementary assistance, social or financial to the school wide
community.
15. No Executive Committee Member is empowered to execute an agreement on behalf of
H&S. THE RESPONSIBILITY OF A COMMITTEE MEMBER IS SIMPLY: TO SERVE, TO GIVE
AND TO GET OTHERS TO GIVE AND SERVE. We work in a service related business
constrained by our mission and our resources, where support functions are severely limited. More
effort is required of the Committee than merely being advisors. We need both advice and
closure, follow through hands on assistance with a project until finished or self-sustaining.