Local PTA Retention Plan (initiated when a Local PTA does not maintain Good Standing)
Local PTAs must comply with all of the following standards to remain in Good Standing with Texas PTA. Local PTAs that do not maintain Good Standing will be subject to a Local PTA Retention Plan as described below.
Notification: Texas PTA will notify the PTA of the action(s) required to attain Good Standing. The PTA will have 30 days, from the notification date, to meet all Good Standing requirements and avoid moving into the Restriction Phase.*
Restriction: While in the Restriction Phase, the PTA is not eligible for awards, programs or grants administered by Texas PTA or National PTA. The PTA will have 30 additional days to meet all requirements and avoid moving into the Restructure Phase.
Restructure: For PTAs that do not attain Good Standing following the Notification and Restriction Phases, Texas PTA may begin the process of restructuring the leadership or revoking the charter of the PTA. A PTA that signs an Action Plan may temporarily move into Intervention giving them time to resolve any outstanding issues. The PTA will continue to be ineligible for awards, programs and grants administered by Texas PTA and National PTA until Good Standing is achieved.
Intervention: Once in the Intervention Phase, Texas PTA will assign a Support Team to assist the PTA. If all requirements of the Action Plan are not resolved by the agred upon date, the PTA will be moved back into Restructure. *With cause, Texas PTA may place a Local PTA that has not met all Good Standing Requirements into the Intervention Phase early.
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