The president will preside at state meetings of the Association and of the Executive Board, will appoint all committees not otherwise provided for and is an ex-officio member of all committees.
The vice-president will assume all duties of the president in case of absence or resignation, and other duties delegated by the president.
The past president serves as chair of the Nominating Committee and Constitution and Bylaws Committee.
The secretary records and keeps a permanent record of all meetings.
The treasurer receives all funds paid to the organization, keeps an up-todate record of the financially active membership, and expends all funds. The treasurer shall maintain a day-to-day accounting of all income and expenses of the Association, authorize all bills submitted, work with the Executive Board to develop an annual budget by April of each year, and with the secretary prepare an annual report of income and expenses for the annual meeting of the Association.
The regional representatives act as a liaison between the regional membership and the Executive Board.
The Parliamentarian assists the president (or any other presiding officer) in the interpretation of the Constitution and Bylaws.
The Membership Chair keeps an updated membership file of the active membership and coordinates registration at the state convention.
The NSTA Liaison officer represents LSTA in all of its dealings with the National Science Teachers Association.
The Historian is authorized to gather and archive all historical information and pictures of noteworthy Association events.
The Awards Chair coordinates annual awards conferred and/or administered by the Association.
The State Department of Education Program Manager for Science will serve in a non-voting role as a liaison between the State Department and LSTA.