The PTSA gets its money from family contributions, PTSA memberships, and fundraisers. Here are the details of the distribution of dollars raised by the PTSA as well as a link to our full current year budget.
* Admin/Communications/Advocacy includes banking fees (including PayPal transaction fees), website and online communication tools, taxes and licenses, insurance, Back to Business Night, WA State PTA Convention, Welcome Back Lunch for teachers, and more.
** Community Services include emergency prep, grounds beautification, assemblies, parent education, scholarships, additional 5th grade camp funding, back to school picnic, and more.
2017-18 Budget (approved at the 9/14/2017 General Membership Meeting)
2016-17 Budget (updated May 4, 2017).
If you would like to review our budget and actuals in real time, feel free to access Money Minder online at any time. MoneyMinder is located at www.nonprofitcentral.biz – click button in top right corner to login. Username is firstname.lastname@example.org and password is 4thekids2018. For instructions on how to use Money Minder, click here.
The budget is developed by the Board of Directors (BOD), with input from the committee chairs. The process is chaired by the treasurer(s). Often included are several other PTSA members who have knowledge of what has occurred in the past and what plans are appropriate for the PTSA in the future. Both incoming and outgoing officers may serve in this process. The proposed budget is then presented at the last General Membership (GM) meeting of the school year for voting and approval by the PTSA body. At the first GM meeting of the next school year, the budget is re-approved with any changes.
If you have questions, contact the PTSA Treasurers at email@example.com.