NORTH PARK, SAN DIEGO

McKinley Foundation

Funds raised by the PTC are overseen by the McKinley Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The following are the current positions and responsibilities in the Foundation.

President (This position is always filled by the current President of the PTC): Betsey Zbyszynski

  1. Oversee all efforts of PTC committees, events, fundraisers and other activities
  2. Meet with Principal every 2 weeks
  3. Coordinate and write agenda for Foundation meetings
  4. Coordinate and write agenda for 4 PTC meetings
  5. Coordinate calendar of activities for the school year
  6. Oversee all financials, budgets and expenditures for PTC
  7. Oversee communication with parents, teachers and community
  8. Attend Foundation and PTC meetings
  9. Vote on Board issues
  10. Communicate with Board Members

Vice President: 

  1. Attend Foundation and PTC meetings
  2. Vote on Board issues
  3. Communicate with Board Members
  4. Fill in for the Board President and assist President as needed

 Secretary: Alycia Leslie

  1. Manage administration of PTC bank account
  2. Take Foundation and PTC minutes
  3. Keep track of online voting
  4. Type and file minutes in current binder
  5. Write Thank You’s for general donations
  6. Research information for Board when needed
  7. Attend all Board and PTC meetings
  8. Vote on Board issues
  9. Communicate with Board Members

Treasurer: Elizabeth Koumas

  1. Process all bills and invoices
  2. Process all PTC deposits and funds
  3. Manage PTC bank account
  4. Record all expenses and deposits in QuickBooks software
  5. Fill all tax returns and other IRS and CA forms
  6. Keep organized documentation of all tax and PTC financial documents
  7. Attend all Board and PTC meetings
  8. Vote on Board issues
  9. Communicate with Board members

5th Seat: Grant Ferrier

  1. Represent general interest of all parents
  2. Attend all Board and PTC Meetings
  3. Vote on all Board issues
  4. Communicate with Board members

Chair of the Fundraising Committee: 

  1. Provide input on ideas, plans and progress on PTC fundraisers
  2. Attend all Board and PTC Meetings
  3. Vote on all Board issues
  4. Communicate with Board members

Immediate Past President: Shari Schlosberg

  1. Assist new President with insights gained during prior years
  2. Attend all Board and PTC Meetings
  3. Vote on all Board issues
  4. Communicate with Board members

MINUTES FROM MEETINGS CAN BE FOUND HERE.

3 responses

  1. Dawn Dilley

    Hello,

    My name is Dawn Dilley and my son will be starting McKinley this fall. I was reading over the descriptions of each of the roles in the PTC and Foundation and wondered what the difference was between the “Board”, the PTC meetings, and the Foundation meetings. They are referred to as separate entities, but I didn’t see a description of what the “Board” was. This is specifically referring to task #2 of the 5th Seat responsibilities.

    Thank you,
    Dawn Dilley

    April 18, 2013 at 11:25 am

    • mckinleyptc

      Hi Dawn,

      So glad that you’ll be joining us this Fall! Thanks for the question. The “Board” refers to San Diego Unified School Board (See http://www.sandi.net/boe). The Parent Teacher Club (PTC) is the body that organizes school events and fundraisers. The McKinley Foundation is the non-profit organization that funds the PTC activities and other school needs.

      Please feel free to attend our next PTC meeting on May 8th at 6:15pm, in the media center. I’d also like to extend an invitation to you to attend Open House on May 23rd or Casino Night this Saturday.

      Bridgette Tullis

      April 19, 2013 at 8:40 pm

  2. Dawn Dilley

    Thanks for the info Bridgette!

    April 21, 2013 at 1:14 pm

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