DRAFT MINUTES OF THE MCCPTA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
Thursday, September 29,
2005 at the Carver Educational
(The following motions and resolutions were passed at the Sept. meeting. The meeting was held on Sept. 29 instead of October 6 because of the conflict with the MCPS Community Forum.)
A motion was made to approve the $579.40 for the website committee. The motion was seconded and passed on a voice vote.
A motion was made to approve $377 for the gifted and talented committee which is the same amount as last yearís work plan.
A motion was made to approve the committees listed by the treasurer tonight (Gifted and Talented - $337, Curriculum Committee -† $50, Special Needs - $1,200, High School - $1,000, Safety - $150 and Website - $579.40) and vote others at one time next month at the executive board meeting. It was seconded and passed on a voice vote.
A motion was made to for us not to allow mass mailing by any group other than MCCPTA, and that a courtesy copy of the blue book will be given to MCPS and MCEA for contact purposes. These groups can then forward materials to us for the delegate assembly, pony or electronic distribution only with our permission. The motion was seconded. It passed on a voice vote.
A motion was made to destroy the ballots after the voting, counting and announcing. It was seconded and passed on a voice vote.
A motion was made to request
$150 from MCCPTA to reserve a school and that we co- host the November 5, 2005
Jinhee Wilde made a motion that after the November 5 meeting MCCPTA commit to sponsoring additional forums countywide. The motion was seconded.
An amendment was offered to the motion that MCCPTA begins to work immediately with the safety committee in cooperation with the MCPD to plan identify strategies, program outcomes and actions throughout the county to address violence and gang activity. This amendment to the motion passed on a voice vote.
A motion was made that the executive board endorses the recommendation of the Gifted and Talented committee and that we will present the resolution at the Delegates Assembly in October for action in November. Her motion was seconded. It passed on a voice vote.
An amendment to the original motion was made that the executive board endorses the Gifted and Talented committee resolution on the upcounty magnet program to be presented to the Delegates Assembly for their approval. It was seconded and passed on a voice vote.
A motion was made that there
is not enough time to respond to the City of