By-Laws of the Alumni Association of Comprehensive High School, Aiyetoro
Article I – Membership:
Section 1: Application
Section 2: Membership Dues
Voting: $ 100.00
Section 3: Dismissal
B. For dismissal of any Member for any offense listed in paragraph A other than non-payment of dues, member’s name shall be presented at a Executive Committee Meeting and decision for dismissal shall be determined by majority vote of Officers present.
C. It shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to adjudge the commission or non-commission by any Member of any offense set out in Section 3.A. except non-payment of dues. Upon being notified, it shall be the privilege of the member to appear before the Executive Committee for the purpose of defense. Should it be adjudged by the Executive Committee that an offense as set forth in Section 3 has been committed, it shall be the duty of the Executive Committee to remove that member from membership.
Article II – Elections:
Section 1: Officers
A. Officers shall be elected by the Membership at the Annual Membership Meeting as set forth in the Constitution. Officers must be current members of the Association for at least 6 months prior to nomination.
B. There are three (3) options for conducting an election of officers:
C. All Officers shall be ex officio members of all committees.
Section 3: Honorary Members
B. Election to Honorary Membership shall be by affirmative vote of the Association’s Executive Committee and announced at the next International Membership Meeting.
Article III – Duties:
b. The President, as Chief Elected Officer of the Association, shall be vested with the authority to issue directives for the purpose of conveying operating instructions that are necessary to fulfill the duties of his/her office. These directives shall be in accordance with the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association.
c. The President may establish such committees, subcommittees, or divisions thereof as he/she may deem necessary for the proper functioning of the Association.
d. The President shall be the administrative authority of the International Office and with the approval of the Executive Committee shall employ whatever services are necessary to properly administer the Association.
e. The President shall present to the Executive Committee at their annual meeting an Annual Report which shall consist of:
B. Vice President
C. Administrative Director
2. Shall serve as chair of the Constitution & By-Laws Committee.
3. Shall, subject to the directions of the President and/or Executive Committee, be the chief staff officer of the Association. He/She shall have custody of the books and records, and the corporate seal of the Association; shall keep a correct roster of all members, with their last known address; and shall maintain a proper record of all dues, assessments, and contributions received, which shall be reported to the Executive Committee.
4. The Executive Director shall sign all Corporate Records and documents whereunto a signature shall be lawfully required.
5. Shall perform such other duties as are delegated by the President and/or the Executive Committee.
2. Shall see that monthly financial reports are prepared and distributed to the Officers.
3. Shall serve as Chair of the Finance Committee.
4. Shall present at the International Membership Meeting a report for the fiscal year ending the previous December 31.
5. Shall perform in addition such other duties as may be delegated by the Executive Committee.
1. Vice President of Conference
2. Shall be responsible for development of the programming of the Annual Meeting of the Association.
3. Shall serve as Chair of the Conference Committee.
4. Shall perform such other duties as are delegated by the President and Executive Committee.
Section 2. International Committees:
A. Constitution and By-Laws Committee
B. Executive Committee:
C. Finance Committee:
2. The Finance Committee shall make recommendations to the Executive Committee as to investments, and when called upon by the Executive Committee, advise upon financial questions.
3. The Treasurer shall be responsible for obtaining a professional audit of the International books and present results to the members at the Annual Membership Meeting.
4. The Finance Committee Chair shall propose a budget for the coming year and submit the budget in writing in advance to the Executive Committee for its Fall Board Meeting for review and approval.
Article IV – Councils:
B. Council shall have a minimum of fifteen (15) members who are current members of the Association.
C. Council shall elect a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Election of Council Officers shall be held at a regular council meeting. A list of the newly elected Officers shall be submitted to the International Office.
D. Council, to qualify for allocation of dues, must hold a minimum of three (3) regular membership meetings per year. Council must submit to the International office a copy of minutes of each regular and executive meeting.
E. Council shall appoint such committees as are required to maintain the programs of the Council.
F. Council may select a council member for Outstanding Council Activity and present a Certificate of Award during the International Conference.
No additional dues shall be charged by Council. Any event which Council sponsors requiring a financial guarantee (beyond the current financial resources of the council) must be approved by International Office prior to commitment to such financial obligation. Any expense to any program initiated by the Association, but implemented by the Council, shall be the obligation of the Association.
Article VI – International Office:
B. Maintain the business, correspondence, membership, and other files pertinent to the operation and administration of the programs and affairs of the Association.
C. Prepare or have prepared all printed material, including the Association’s Official Publication, required for the proper function of the Association.
D. Recommend policies, procedures and programs to the Executive Committee for improving and expanding the services of the Association to its membership, industry, schools, government, allied societies and the public.
E. Provide assistance to and correlate activities of the Executive Committee.
F. Maintain an off-site security copy of Membership, Financial, Property, and other files deemed irreplaceable.
Article VII – Fiscal Year:
Article VIII – Parliamentary Procedure: