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The PTO Presidents Council (PPC) is comprised of each school's PTO President or designee. The group meets the second Tuesday of each month September through April. The PPC affords PTO presidents the opportunity to learn about issues affecting the school district, share information with each other, and serve as a sounding board for the superintendent and the Board of Education.
|Sept. 8, 2020||Agenda / Notes|
|Oct. 13, 2020||Agenda / Notes|
|Nov. 10, 2020||Agenda / Notes|
|Dec. 8, 2020||Agenda / Notes|
|Jan. 12, 2021*||Agenda / Notes|
|Feb. 9, 2021||Agenda / Notes|
|Mar. 9, 2021||Agenda / Notes|
|Apr. 13, 2021||Agenda / Notes|
|May 11, 2021||Agenda / Notes|
*PPC typically does not meet in January, but we hold the date.
2020-2021 LPS Joint PTO Scholarship Committee materials will be available here in the coming months.
Information about the Joint PTO Scholarship Committee
Calendar of Events
State Sales Tax Exemption
If the PTO does not wish to pay sales tax when they purchase items, the PTO must obtain a state sales tax exemption certificate. (Details for this process are outlined in the treasurer’s Handbook.)
PTO Tax Exempt Status and Requirements
In June of 1998, the district filed for tax-exempt status for the PTOs under the umbrella organization of the PTO Presidents Council (PPC). The IRS now recognizes the PPC as a 501(c)(3) organization making it and its member schools exempt from federal income tax and allowing donors to the individual PTOs to deduct their charitable contributions.
Building PTOs’ Rights
Building PTOs’ Responsibilities
Questions about tax filings, tax-exempt status, EIN numbers, etc? Contact:
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