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New criteria for remaining a unit in good standing Voted on at the May 2014 Convention in Huntsville.

A unit in good standing:

(i) adheres to the purposes and basic policies of PTA

(ii) Remits dues to Alabama PTA by dates designated in these bylaws

(iii) has a current officer list on file in the Alabama PTA office, and

(iv) must have bylaws which have been updated within the last three (3) years on file in the Alabama PTA Office.

(v) Must maintain its 501c(3) tax exempt status or be actively working in conjunction with Alabama PTA to have its tax exempt status reinstated.
(vi) must maintain membership levels as follows: A minimum of 15 members for schools with enrollment of 200 or less students, 25 members for schools with enrollment of 201 to 500 students, and 50 members for schools with enrollment of greater than 500 students, and
(vii) if located with an organized council, follows adopted guidelines of that council in paying dues and/or participating in other programs.


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