• If You Want It To Work, Do The Work!
    Considering a board position or committee chair but want to know what is required? Look below to find out more or contact a board member to found out how easy and fun it can  be. Volunteers do not necessarily have the time, just the heart.
                         Name of Council: Mt. Helix Council

    Name of Unit: Casa De Oro






    Dana James


    Olivia Soria


    Asmar Fontenot


    Charda Fontenot


    Isabel Brown


    Charda Fontenot



    Volunteer Coordinator

     Jennifer Seranana

    Teacher Rep

    Kim Larson-Fink / Shannon Johnson

    Website Coordinator

    Dana James

    Grant Writer

    Mary Ellen Shu




    6th Grade EOY Activities

     Kim Nowak



    Book Fair


    Health and Safety

    Cliff Cruz

    Box Tops

    Isabel Brown


    Red Ribbon Week

    Shannon Johnson

    CDO Pride Memory Book


    Publicity Posters

    Charda Fontenot


    Staff Appreciation


    Kick-a-Thon / Turkey Trot

    Dana James

    Family Science and Math Nights

    Kim Larson-Fink


    Board position descriptions

    PRESIDENT – shall coordinate the work of the officers and the committee to promote the objectives of PTA, preside at all Association and Executive Board meetings as well as attend Council and District meetings, and sign authorizations for payments.

    MEMBERSHIP – shall serve as chairman of membership recruitment.

    PARENT INVOLVEMENT – shall oversee recruitment of volunteers for programs and services.

    SECRETARY – shall read the previous minutes and take the minutes at all Executive Board and Association Meetings,  record expenditures in the minutes.

    TREASURER – shall keep the books of gross income, receipts and disbursements and prepare the budget for adoption by the Association; record all monies received from the Financial Secretary; keep an accurate ledger of transactions; present statements of accounts at Association and Executive Board meetings; make an annual financial report to the Association.

    AUDITOR – shall audit books and financial records semi-annually, complete audits in January and June and written reports for Executive Board and Association meetings in February and September; audit books as deemed necessary during the year.

    HISTORIAN – shall record the activities, achievements and volunteer hours of the Association and act as custodian of records and other materials related to the history of the Association.