Forms and Documents from Breaking the Bundle! A Guide to Organizing a Booster Organization

These forms have been tried and proven through Marsha Mourdock’s tenure with the Pope H.S. Booster Program in Marietta, GA.  Change these documents to fit your program’s individual needs and make them exclusively yours!

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  • DATE
  • TIME
  • Meeting conducted by: Names and positions

Board Members: List each board member and their position

  • G. McEntire, D. Lambright, Co-VP’s;
  • M. Reddick , B. Bilton, Co-Treasurers,
  • M.Singer, and B. Naber, Co-Secretaries;
  • Carolyn Young, Brad Roberts, M. Sinclair, K. Miller, members at large.

Topic Presenter

  • Call to Order and Welcome List each presenter’s name
  • Secretary’s Report
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Team Coordinators’ Reports (List each team coordinator who is giving a report)
  • Presentation (These are usually new topics such as budgets, election of officers, new fundraisers, etc,
  • Presentation
  • Presentation
  • Director’s Corner
    (Presentation by the director to excite and engage parental and student involvement)
  • Adjournment
  • Other Information
    • DATES TO REMEMBER: (List all band dates through and including the date, time, and place of next General Meeting).
    • Support of music education note : (Include brief notes about the importance of music education).
      Example: A two-year Swiss study involving 1,200 children in 50 schools showed that students involved in the music program were better at languages, learned to read more easily, showed an improved social climate, showed more enjoyment in school, and had a lower level of stress than non-music students. 

      Secondary students who participated in band or orchestra reported the lowest lifetime and current use of all substances (alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs).
      Texas Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Houston Chronicle, January 11, 1998


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