President

  • Oversees all activities of the Spring-Ford Music Association.

  • The President is the chief executive officer of the Association.

  •  Presides over all meetings of the Association

  • With assistance of the Spring-Ford Music Association Executive Members, establish committees as necessary and appropriate to operate the Association.  The President or their delegate is an ex-officio member of all committees (except for the Nominating Committee).

  • The President or their delegate is responsible to sign all legal and financial documentation which creates obligation on the part of the Association.

  • The President ensures the Association is operated within bylaws, agreements and policies set by its membership.   

  • The President ensures the mission of the Spring-Ford Music Association is aligned with the needs of the Spring-Ford Area School District musical student, as presented by various government, administration, school board, directors and instructors.

  • The President is the ambassador for the students supported by the Association ensuring all actions support the Spring-Ford Area School District Musical Students.

Interested in becoming a volunteer with the Spring-Ford Music Association?  Check out the information below to get an idea of what is involved. 

 

Please note that being a volunteer requires a paid SFMA membership ($10/year) and you will be required to get your clearances with the Spring-Ford School District (substantial volunteer).

If you are interested in becoming an SFMA volunteer please feel free to reach out to any SFMA member or contact us at springfordmusic@gmail.com

We'd love to have you join us!!

Click on any of the positions below to see a description of what the position entails.

Chaperones

  • TBD

Uniforms

  • TBD

Fundraising

  • TBD

SFMA Board Member Responsibilities

Vice President

Serve the President and Executive Board

  • Serve at the pleasure of the SFMA President.

  • Review and provide consultation on SFMA activities and processes

  • Provide thought leadership for special projects.

  • Serve the membership during scheduled events and with ad hoc inquiries.  

 

Operations Leadership

  • Provide oversight and direction in support of executing SFMA mission augmenting music programs.

  • Guide the Ram Crew and Prop Build Teams to support marching band and indoor percussion and color guard ensembles.

  • Coordinate vehicle and trailer needs with SFMA committee chairs and music directors to support music activities.

  • Manage availability and authorization of volunteer vehicle drivers.

  • Support executive board and committee chairs with fundraising and music event planning and execution.

Treasurer

  • The Treasurer shall have custody of the corporate funds and securities and shall keep full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements in books belonging to the corporation

  • Responsible for depositing the money of the corporation in a separate account to the credit of the corporation.

  • Responsible for disbursement of the funds of the corporation as may be ordered by the Executive Board, taking proper vouchers for such disbursements. 

  • Responsible for the tracking of received payments on an as needed basis.

  • Responsible to perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Executive Board or President

Assistant

Treasurer

  • The Assistant Treasurer shall handle the tabulation, posting, and updating of the Student Point Account, (SPA) after each fundraising event and report to the general membership as needed. 

  • Responsible for keeping a complete file of all fundraiser reports and assist the Treasurer in his duties as assigned. 

  • Responsible to perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Executive Board or President under whose supervision they shall be.

Secretary

  • The primary responsibility of the secretary of SFMA is to keep all records and perform all necessary communications (see more details below) for the organization. This includes but is not limited to legal documents, by-laws, minutes, agendas, promotional material, etc. 

  • The secretary shall attend all sessions of the Executive board and all the general membership meetings. 

  • The secretary is also responsible for recording all minutes for all membership meetings as well as sending out all necessary communications regarding the organization and any activities surrounding the organization and the groups we support.

 

Communications

  • Write and distribute regularly released “Happenings” newsletters

  • Send necessary communications about meetings and events to all music program directors

  • Send necessary communications about meetings and events to the district communications coordinator and any school officials

  • Coordinate distribution of pertinent information to music program directors for distribution to parents and students

  • Manage the overall messaging from the organization to ensure consistency of information and image.

  • Create and manage volunteer sign ups, communications and invites through Sign Up Genius, email and evite or other necessary means.

 
 
 
 
 

Committees and Volunteer Opportunities

©2020 by Spring-Ford Music Association, Inc.

 P.O. Box 131

Royersford, PA 19468

springfordmusic@gmail.com

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