2019-2020 School Year
As a co-op program, WTG only thrives with the continued support and volunteer hours of each participating family. The volunteer Parent Board takes this one step further by taking on an extra role, providing vital leadership to our community. Board members meet monthly to discuss topics such as budget, enrollment, events, marketing, safety, processes, and future improvements. Between meetings we tackle individual tasks and work together through email to accomplish goals. Board members, especially class coordinators, represent YOU and continually work to address the day to day needs of enrolled families.
Please get to know your Board and don't hesitate to contact us with questions and concerns. Board meetings are open to all families. See Board Updates for current and past agendas, meeting minutes, and budget reports. You can also support the Parent Board by continuing to volunteer for classroom and co-op responsibilities. It takes a team to make WTG possible!
Parent Board Job Descriptions
President The President shall be the principal executive officer of the corporation and shall in general, supervise and control all of the business and affairs of the corporation. The President shall preside at all meetings of the members and all meetings of the Board of Directors and in general shall perform all duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors.
Vice President / Registrar In the absence of the President or in the event of his or her inability or refusal to act, the Vice-Presidents shall perform the duties of the President, and when so acting, shall have the powers and be subject to all the restrictions upon the President. Also, the Vice-Presidents acts as the Registrars for the Woodinville Toddler Group. The Registrars are responsible for registration and answering questions of potential participants.
Treasurer The Treasurer shall manage all of WTG's financial affairs, including budget creation, bill payments, submission of tax forms and management of bank accounts.
Secretary The Secretary shall keep the minutes of the meetings of the members and of the Board of Directors, see that all notices are duly given in accordance with the provisions of the bylaws, be custodian of the corporate records, and in general perform all the duties incident to the office of Secretary.
Safety & Facilities Coordinator The Safety & Facilities Coordinator is responsible for the safety and maintenance of WTG, acting as a liaison with NUCC as needed and assisting the Safety Coordinator as needed.
Marketing Coordinator The Marketing Coordinator shall be responsible for creating and placing all advertising for WTG activities as well as enrollment.
Webmaster The Webmaster shall organize and update the Woodinville Toddler Group website on a regular basis. The Webmaster shall be responsible for content creation for the Woodinville Toddler Group website to keep members informed of activities, plans and schedules.
Class Coordinators Class Coordinators are an integral part of the Woodinville Toddler Group program. A strong Class Coordinator is essential to the success of the class. Class Coordinators serve as a liaison between the parents, instructors, and WTG Board.
Event-Fundraising Coordinator The Event-Fundraising Coordinator shall be responsible for directing and implementing the WTG fundraising efforts in accordance with the Fundraising Mission Statement.
Parenting Education Librarian The Parent Librarian shall procure, update, and maintain the parent library. S/he shall oversee the check-out system and card new books. The Parent Librarian is also responsible for setting up and maintaining the parent bulletin boards.
Children's Librarian The Children’s Librarian shall procure, update, repair and maintain the children’s library. S/he is responsible for distributing book order flyers, placing the orders and disbursing the books when received. Please plan to do a minimum of five book orders per year. The Children’s Librarian is also responsible for maintaining the theme-based laminate board in the blue room.
Administrative Assistant The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to WTG instructors and members of the WTG board. This may include copying parent education materials, brochures, orientation materials and curriculum materials. Other responsibilities include making name tags, and assisting with typing or computer work.
Purchaser The Purchaser will purchase items on a monthly basis for use in the classrooms and the WTG facility. S/he will research cost for new equipment or capital investments.
Historian The Historian is responsible for documenting the WTG program throughout the school year. S/he is also responsible for coordinating and creating the WTG yearbook.
Friday Put Away The Friday Put Away team consist of 2-3 families who attend the final WTG class of the week. They are responsible for ensuring all classroom items have been returned to their proper locations. They also work together to take down and store larger WTG items that are not used by NUCC during weekend hours.
Monthly Toy Cleaner Monthly Toy Cleaners are responsible for thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing classroom environment and toys.
Consider signing up for a board position next year! We rely heavily on experienced parents like you to lead WTG. It is great to be a part of the decision making process, meet other families, and help support our wonderful program.