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Election of Officers

Officer Elections for 2022-2023

Nominations for positions on the TETL Board of Directors will open on Monday, March 7. If you or someone you know is interested in being an officer, please submit a nomination! This is a great way to share your leadership skills and get more involved in your organization. The open positions are: Chair Elect, Treasurer, and Small District Rep.

Timeline for elections:

  • Monday, March 7, 2022 – Nominations open 
  • Friday, April 8, 2022 – Nominations close
  • Monday, April 18, 2022 – Ballots emailed to primary contact members 
  • Friday, April 29, 2022 – Ballots returned 
  • May – After ballots are counted and canvassed by the Nominating Committee, nominees will be notified of the results by the Past Chair, and the winners will be announced to the membership via email.  
  • June 23, 2022 – Annual Meeting – officers will be presented to membership at summer CTO Clinic 2022. 


Nominate yourself or someone else here: TETL Officer Nominations for 2022-23

Officer Duties and Terms

The Chair-Elect has a commitment of a 3-year term, first as Chair Elect, then as Chair and finally as Past Chair. The Chair-Elect’s main duty is to run the Meetings & Events Committee to help plan for the annual conference. The Chair presides over all business meetings of the CTO Council and manages the Executive Board. The Chair helps prepare agendas, program content for the meetings and assists in finding sponsors. The Past Chair manages the Elections Committee, assists with membership recruitment and other duties as the Chair assigns.


The Secretary has a commitment of a 2-year term. The Secretary is responsible for recording minutes of all meetings of the Texas K-12 CTO Council. The Secretary assists in maintaining records of the Chapter and other duties as the Chair assigns. The Secretary shall be elected in odd numbered years.


The Treasurer has a commitment of a 2-year term. The Treasurer is responsible for overseeing that the financial records are accurate and business transactions are done appropriately. The Treasurer posts payroll for any staff on a monthly basis. The Treasurer runs the Finance Committee and reports the state of finances to the membership at each meeting. The Treasurer shall be elected in even numbered years.


Two At-Large positions were added after the membership approved a change in the bylaws in 2016. The term for these representatives is two years. The Small District Rep will serve as co-chair of the Membership Committee and focus on the needs of small districts (0-9,999 students). The Large District Rep will serve as co-chair of the Membership Committee and focus on the needs of large districts (over 10,000 students). Both will help recruit new members from around the state. 


Download the CTO Council Oath of Office

Nominations for 2020-21 officers

The following positions are open for election of 2020-21 board officers for the Texas K-12 CTO Council:

  • Chair Elect
  • Treasurer
  • Small District Rep