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Election of Members

The Booster Board Elections are occurring May 9 for the 2022-2023 school year. The nomination committee is looking for interested parties to become a Booster Member, Liaison, and Committee Chairs. All nominations must be presented to the current board for evaluation by April 5. Listed below are the open positions. Please message Christina Pyburn,, if you are interested in learning more.

Elected Positions:
  • President

  • Vice President - Events and Travel

  • Vice President - Ways and Means

  • Guard Liaison

  • Treasurer (3 positions)

  • Secretary/Communications

Appointed Positions:
  • Volunteer Chair

  • Uniform Chair

  • Fundraising Committee

  • Events Committee

Board members must be voted into their position, or appointed by the band director. Board members may serve two consecutive terms within the same position, unless appointed by the band director when no replacement is available. Here are the outlines of board positions as stated in the by-laws:

President: The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation and subject to the control of the Board, shall supervise and control all of the business and affairs of the corporation and perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board. The President shall preside, if present, at all meetings of the Board. The President shall be an ex-officio member of all Board committees and shall be responsible for overseeing all standing and special committees. The President shall act as liaison for the Association to the Administration.

Vice President - Events and Travel: The Vice President - Events and Travel shall serve as aide to the President and shall perform duties requested, shall oversee the planning and implementation of concerts, competitions and activities, will oversee the activities of Event Committees and shall perform other duties as requested.

Vice President - Ways and Means: The Vice President - Ways and Means shall assist in recommending and planning fundraising activities, and shall oversee the activities of Fundraising Committees and shall perform other duties as requested.

Guard Coordinator/Liaison: The Guard Coordinator/Liaison shall serve to coordinate the activities and needs of the guard programs during the marching season, as determined by the Band Director. They shall be responsible for the organization of all aspects of marching season. These responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: managing financial budgets, student account maintenance, fundraising and other activities as determined relative to the needs of the guard. All aspects shall be managed within the approved budget and reported to the Executive Board.

Treasurer: The Treasurer shall be responsible for the Association’s financial matters. The Treasurer shall file all receipts for the Association and keep balanced account of receipts and expenditures. The Treasurer will deposit and record all monies collected from any activities. The Treasurer shall make an annual report to the Association at the annual meeting. The treasurer is responsible for all local, state, and federal filings as defined by the 501(c)(3) laws. The Treasurer is responsible for the auditing of the Association’s finances as required by the School Board and other agencies. The Treasurer shall disburse funds in accordance with the approved budget or as approved by the Executive Board and Band Director. The Treasurer shall keep an up-to-date balanced accounting of fees owed and paid by the student, as well as, distribute parent communication pertaining to Association and student funds as needed to the general membership. The Treasurer will be responsible for reviewing the requests for ID and Passwords for access to any and all online computer programs involving student accounts and financial information to the Association, Committees, Volunteers and General Membership, including but not limited to maintenance of such programs as CHARMS [QuickBooks].

Secretary/Communications: The Secretary shall keep a record of any and all Executive Board meetings in accordance with the Sunshine State Laws and “Robert’s Rules of Order‟. The Secretary shall give notice of all meetings of the members and the Board of Directors required by the By-Laws, and shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors or the By-Laws. The Secretary shall be responsible for maintaining and keeping hard copy records or electronic forms of all meetings of the Association and Executive Board and for maintaining appropriate historical records of the Association and Band activities. The Secretary shall also be responsible for maintaining an up-to-date membership list and membership emergency contact forms. A complete list of the addresses of students participating in the band program and their parents or guardians shall be maintained electronically with hard copy backup. The Secretary shall communicate band activities to the members of the Association and the general public through e-mail, calendar updates, newsletters or other appropriate methods. The Secretary will provide correspondence on behalf of the Association including, but not limited to, sponsorship requests and thank you letters. The Secretary or a delegated representative shall be responsible for maintaining the band website(s). If the Secretary deems it necessary, he/she can designate the sole duty of maintaining the website(s) to one of the members of the general membership.

Please message Christina Pyburn,, if you are interested.

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