Tiffany Park PTA's mission statement is that it strives to support and advocate for our children by partnering with staff, families, and the wider community to create a safe and healthy learning environment where students can excel to reach their full potential.    
The following opportunities are available to your students because of PTA:  field trips, teacher grants, Tiger Fun Run, Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students) program, Fall Carnival, Culture Night, library books, and magazines, classroom magazines, assemblies, PTA gives grants to clubs at the school, Spring Social, Family Events, Book Fair, support to families in need, Art Docent program, Reflections Art Contest, Field Day, Popcorn Fridays, Student Store, Fifth Grade Camp and more!
Running a non-profit takes group effort. 

Here are the duties of PTA elected officers:

President - Preside at all meetings  Serve as spokesperson for the local PTA.

Direct duties:
With approval of the executive committee, make one-year appointments to positions and committees as specified in the standing rules. 
Be an ex officio member of all committees except the nominating committee. 
Disseminate and communicate all information received pertinent to PTA purposes and programs. 
Assure PTA representation at council meetings.  

Vice President - Preside at meetings in the absence of the president. 
Act as assistant to the president.   

Secretary -  Prepare accurate minutes of all meetings. 

Direct duties:
Be responsible for correspondence as requested by the president. 
Maintain a roster of the members of all standing and special committees. 
Maintain a roster of members.   

Treasurer -  Serve as chair of the budget committee and present the budget to the membership.

Direct duties:
Maintain accurate financial records  Receive, issue receipts for, and deposit promptly in an authorized PTA account all funds and disburse funds according to the approved yearly budget. 
Present a written financial report every month and at other times as requested by president. 
Provide all financial records if requested by the president or any member of the board of directors.  
Close the books at the end of the fiscal year and submit the books and records for financial review to the financial review committee no later than thirty days thereafter. 
Submit any dues collected to WSPTA by deadlines prescribed by the WSPTA policy. 
File taxes where needed.