CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS
Article 1. NAME. The club shall be known as "SAN ISIDRO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY CLUB".
Article II. OFFICE. San Isidro National High School, Libmanan, Camarines Sur is the office of the club.
Article III. PURPOSE. The general purposes of this club are:
Section 1. Promote the welfare of teachers.
Section 2. Foster harmonious relationship/ healthy environment among teachers.
Section 3. Assist the members in times of disasters.
Section 4. Promote unity and cooperation among the members toward the attainment of its objectives.
Section 5. To help promote the development of a free and efficient work force with common interest and with
reasonable degree of condition.
Article IV. MEMBERSHIP
Section 1. Only Regular-Permanent Teachers shall be member of the club.
Section 2. Teachers shall be those with or without teaching loads but are classified as such in his/her appointment.
Section 3. Teachers who are actually teaching in the school shall be automatically become bonafide members of the
Section 4. A membership fee of 100.00 shall be charged each member at the start of the school year or upon
appointment as in the case of new teachers.
Section 5. Termination of membership is upon resignation, transfer, or retirement from service.
Article V. OFFICERS
Section 1. A president, a vice-president, a secretary, a treasurer, an auditor, a P.I.O., two business managers,
two sergeant at arms, and a muse and escort shall be elective officers of the club.
Article VI. EXECUTIVE BOARD
Section 1. Elective officers of the club shall constitute the executive board.
Section 2. It shall be the policy-making body of the club.
Article VII. ELECTION
Section 1. The members of the executive board shall be elected by members in a meeting called for the purpose.
Section 2. The officers-elect shall take office immediately after the confirmation of their election.
Section 3. The term of office shall be two years and no officer shall serve for more than two consecutive terms
in the same post.
Section 4. In the event of disqualification or resignation of an officer, the club may elect a successor who shall
serve for the unexpired term.
Article VIII. MEETINGS
Section 1. Regular meeting of the board shall be held every last Friday of the month.
Section 2. Special meetings of the board shall be called anytime as need arises.
Section 3. Meeting with all the members maybe called by the president provided that a notice of this meeting
has been given to the members at least one day prior to the meeting.
Article IX. VOTING
Section 1. Each member shall be entitled to cast a vote.
Section 2. There shall be no voting by proxy.
Article X. FUNDS
Section 1. Each member shall be asked to contribute an nnual fee to be determined by the board aside from the
membership fee of 100.00.
Section 2. The annual fee shall be payable in July.
Article XI. AMENDMENTS
Section 1. No amendment shall be made to this constitution except at any meeting by a two-thirds vote of the members
Section 2. No amendment shall be made unless a written notice signed by the president and the secretary including
the proposed amendments have been given each member at least 5 days prior to the meeting.
Article XII. MUTUAL AID SYSTEM
Section 1. There shall be a mutual aid system created.
Section 2. A special committee shall be created by the board to formulate and implement the mutual aid system.
Article XIII. TRANSITORY PROVISION
Section 1. This constitution shall take effect immediately after the adoption and approval by a majority of the
members present in the meeting called for the purpose.
Section 2. The incumbent officers prior to the adoption of this constitution shall continue to hold office until a new
set of officers or successors shall have been duly elected.
Article 1: ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Section 1. The officers shall be elected by open ballot at a meeting called for the purpose. One ballot shall be
cast by each member. A majority of the ballots to cast shall decide the election.
Section 2. Candidates for the office shall be nominated on the floor.
Article 2. DUTIES OF OFFICERS
Section 1. The President
a. Shall preside at all meetings of the board on general or special meetings.
b. Shall call special meetings of the club or board when necessary or when requested to do so by the
c. Shall sign all official documents and papers of the club.
d. Shall perform such duties as are usually attached to the office of the president.
Section 2. The Vice-President
a. Shall have all the powers and perform all the duties of the president in the absence of the latter.
b. Shall perform duties/responsibilities delegated to him by the president.
Section 3. The Secretary
a. Shall keep records of the proceedings of the executive board meetings and general or special meetings.
b. Shall submit a report of the activities of the club and of the executive board to the annual meeting and
upon its adoption the board shall present a copy of this report to the members.
c. Shall issue and sign all official documents and notices of the club and perform such other duties
as are usually attached to the office of the secretary.
Section 4. The Treasurer
a. Shall collect the annual fee from the member.
b. Shall deposit the funds of the club in a recognized depository bank and shall disburse these funds.
c. Shall keep record of all money received and disbursed.
d. Shall see to it that all obligations of the club shall be approved by the board.
e. Shall submit a report of the financial condition of the club to the meeting of the club/board.
f. Shall jointly make deposits and withdrawals with the president.
Section 5. The Auditor
a. Shall audit from time to time the book of accounts of the club.
b. Shall perform functions as are attached to the office of the auditor.
Section 6. The Public Information Officer
a. Shall supervise and place the news releases of the club and shall publish all special activities conducted
by the club in some local or national papers.
Section 7. The Business Managers
a. Shall manage all affairs of the club and such other functions as are attached to the office of the business
Section 8. The Muse & Escort
a. Shall present and perform ceremonial functions.
Section 9. The Members
Every bonafide member shall enjoy the right to:
b. Hold office
c. Be informed of the club's affair and obligations
d. Examine the book of account
e. All grievances
Article XIII. QUORUM
A majority of the members of the club present shall constitute the quorum for the transaction of business.
Article XIV. PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY
The Robert Rule's of Order shall govern in all cases.
Article XV. ORDER OF BUSINESS
The following order of business shall govern the meetings of the club:
a. Call to order
b. Reading of minutes or previous regular or special meetings.
c. Minutes of the board.
e. Committee Report
f. Treasurer's Report
g. Unfinished business
h. New business