About the Ballard High School PTSA
The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is the largest child advocacy group in the United States, promoting safety, welfare, and education of children of all ages. The Mission of the Ballard High School PTSA is to create an inclusive, supportive community that cultivates a tradition of excellence for all students. We strive to fulfill our mission statement through family and community engagement, advocacy. and fundraising activities.
Find information on these pages about the PTSA Board, PTSA Meetings, and look here for Meeting Notes, Standing Rules, and other information about our organization. Feel free to contact us if you can’t find what you are looking for.
Structure of the Ballard High School PTSA
The Ballard High School PTSA Executive Committee is made up of the elected positions of President(s), Vice President(s), Treasurer, and Secretary. The Executive Board is made up of the Executive Committee, as well as the appointed positions of Volunteer Coordinator, Membership Chair, Legislative Liaison, Nominating Committee Chair, Principal, and Building Leadership Team (BLT). Each position has one seat, one vote- shared positions share one vote.
The Ballard High School PTSA is also made up of several committees (standing committees). Committee chairs and members do not have a vote, but play a crucial role in the everyday work of the PTSA.