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All committee appointments are made by the President from the list of volunteers unless otherwise noted.
The Bylaws Committee makes a continuing study of the Bylaws of the Association. It receives all amendments initiated in accordance with Article XIX, Section 1 and prepare such amendments with committee recommendations for presentation to the Association Representative Council in accordance with Article XIX, Section 2 of the TAAAC Association Representative Handbook (found electronically on an annual basis on distributed thumb drive).
CALENDAR COMMITTEE (consisting of two members, one elected annually for a two year term)
The Calendar Committee shall make recommendations to the Board of Education Calendar Committee. The TAAAC Representative shall be one Secondary Rep and one Elementary Rep. The rep is elected in accordance to the TAAAC Election Rules and Procedures.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH COMMITTEE
The Community Outreach Committee shall convene as needed to plan, discuss and implement programs that involve membership in community outreach initiatives. The committee shall elect its chairperson.
The Credentials Committee (consisting of eight members elected annually) is responsible for:
- The establishment of a procedure for identification of the qualified, elected representatives and alternates to the Association Representative Council.
- The seating of representatives or alternates at Association Representative Council meetings in accordance with Article IV.
- The establishment of a procedure for making necessary changes in a representative unit’s representation within any membership year.
ELEMENTARY CONCERNS COMMITTEE
The Elementary Concerns Committee shall convene monthly as needed. The committee shall elect its chairperson. It shall be the responsibility of this committee to share concerns among members and report back to the President. The President will address issues with the appropriate Central Office personal as needed.
The Finance Committee maintains supervision over the expenditure of Association funds. It prepares the annual budget to be submitted to the Association Representative Council at its May meeting. Open hearings are held before the budget is finalized in order to permit all members to participate in the formation of the budget. Adoption of the budget takes place at the June meeting of the Association Representative Council.
FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE COMMITTEE
The Foundation for Educational Excellence Committee Organizes the distribution of materials for counselors to share with High School Seniors who are applying for scholarships to attend college. The foundation awards three types of scholarships that are outlined by the chairperson.
GOVERNMENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE
The Government Relations Committee studies proposed legislation by the County Council, State Legislature or Congress of the United States relating to the objectives of the Association and recommends to the Association such action upon this legislation as the committee considers advisable. The committee may propose education legislation in the name of the Association upon approval of the Board of Directors or Association Representative Council. The committee works closely with similar units of the MSEA and the NEA.
HIGH SCHOOL CONCERNS COMMITTEE
The High School Concerns Committee consisting of 12 members, on for each feeder area, shall convene monthly as needed. The committee shall elect its chairperson. It shall be the responsibility of this committee to share concerns among members and report back to the President. The President will address issues with the appropriate Central Office personal as needed.
INSTRUCTIONAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Instructional Professional Development Committee shall coordinate the Association’s activities and goals in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and professional development. The committee shall annually identify appropriate goals and areas of concentration. The committee shall elect its chairperson.
The Membership Committee shall review and coordinate Association activities and goals in the areas of recruitment and retention of members in the Association. The committees work keeps bargaining power and influence strong by recruiting and retaining a large and active membership. The committee shall elect its chairperson.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CONCERNS COMMITTEE
The Middle School Concerns Committee shall convene monthly as needed. The committee shall elect its chairperson. It shall be the responsibility of this committee to share concerns among members and report back to the President. The President will address issues with the appropriate Central Office personal as needed.
MINORITY AFFAIRS/HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE
The Minority Affairs/Human Relations Committee shall make a continuing study of the local Association and school system. This study will determine the degree of compliance of these groups with association and governmental rules, guidelines, resolutions and objectives pertaining to human and civil rights. The Human Relations Committee will identify reasonable goals for the Association in the areas of human and civil rights. Additionally, the Committee shall plan and coordinate promotion and leadership training activities within the Association to assure full minority participation and voice in all committees, within each elected delegation, and in Association leadership. The committee annually identify goals and program actions for implementation.
The Nominating Committee (consisting of fifteen members elected annually) – The committee shall elect its own chairperson. It is the responsibility of this committee to secure nominees; prepare ballots; conduct elections and authenticate results. It shall further be responsible for the maintenance of the appropriate representation of ethnic minorities and classroom teachers and non-classroom teachers in the Association Representative Council. Any member of the Nominating Committee absent without acceptable excuse from three (3) consecutive committee meetings may be removed from the committee by a majority vote of the committee.
INSTRUCTION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
The Instruction and Professional Development Committee reviews and coordinates the Association’s activities and goals in the areas of curriculum, instruction and professional development. The committee annually identifies appropriate goals and areas of concentration.
SICK LEAVE BANK APPROVAL COMMITTEE
One member of the Sick Leave Bank Approval Committee is elected annually in accordance with the election rules by the Association Representative Council meeting for a term of two years. The third member is appointed by the Board of Directors in even years at their August meeting.
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