Hurrah for the withdrawal!
*System Information Manager, Lamar County Schools*
*Co-Chair, Georgia PowerSchool Users Group*
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Be Green, Keep It On Screen - But if you must print, shred!
On Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 4:56 PM, Work <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I second your 'Yea'! 😊
Hope you all have a great weekend.
(Excuse typos, responding from mobile device)
On Jan 15, 2016, at 4:14 PM, Theresa Beckum <Theresa.Beckum@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Denise has decided to withdraw her resignation from GSIS. Yea, Denise!
Since I wasn’t sure how to handle this (a motion or vote required?) I
looked at ‘*Robert’s Rules of Order’. *According to the bylaws: All
business of this organization shall be governed by ‘Roberts’ Rules of Order
Revised.’ This is what I found:
‘A resignation is a *Request to Be Excused from a Duty*. It may be
withdrawn in the same manner as any motion may be withdrawn -- that is to
say, before the proposed resignation has been placed before the assembly by
the chair stating the question on its acceptance, it may be withdrawn
without the consent of the assembly, but it may not be withdrawn without
permission of the assembly once it has been placed before the assembly for
its approval. [RONR (10th ed.), p. 277-80; 283-85.]’
Since the resignation was not officially ‘placed by chair stating the
question on its acceptance it may be withdrawn without consent.’ In my
thought, we briefly discussed and I told Denise to think about it. She did
and decided to withdraw the resignation.
Twanda, will you amend the November minutes and note the resignation as