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Regions 5 & 9 | PTA & the Law webinar
March 9, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm| Free
PTA & the Law is a vital training for your entire board and school principal. PTA & the Law deals with state & federal rules and regulations for running a charitable, tax-exempt nonprofit corporation in Washington State and will explain how these rules can and do affect your PTA.
This is one of the most important classes you will take every year.
- Learn what it means to be a non-profit organization registered with the State of Washington. How do you maintain non-profit status? What laws must your PTA obey?
- If you write a newsletter, run a raffle, work on an event with student helpers, serve alcohol at an event, enter into any contracts, file taxes with the IRS, or hold meetings YOU NEED TO ATTEND THIS CLASS!
- Laws and regulations change every year, so whether you went last year or haven’t been in a few years or have never been to this class, this presentation is for any officer or committee chair.
- PTA and the Law attendance by one elected officer per local unit or council is required by the WSPTA. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet this requirement!
Advance registration is required.
Space is limited to the first 100 registrants.
This WSPTA webinar is an approved training and satisfies the annual training requirement. Please keep a copy of your registration for your PTA records.
Despite our best efforts, technology issues may occur with webinars. WSPTA may cancel or reschedule this event due to lost internet connectivity or other issues.
WSPTA is unable to provide technical support for individuals accessing webinars.
Washington State PTA strives to assure that all meetings and other activities of the Association are available for participation by all of its members, consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and the Washington State Law Against Discrimination (RCW 49.60).
Individuals requiring special accommodations to attend or participate in WSPTA meetings are requested to contact the office in advance: (253) 214-7410 or email.