Skip to main content

About the Board

Members of the Board of Education sit for a formal portrait

What Board Members Do

  • Establish a vision for the community’s schools and participate in strategic planning.
  • Develop effective policies and review them periodically.
  • Provide accountability to the community on student achievement.
  • Advocate for the needs of all students at the local, state and national levels.
  • Attend several meetings per month, including attendance and participation on Board standing committees (20+hours per week).
  • Hire Superintendent and negotiate contract.
  • Evaluate the Superintendent annually.
  • Conduct student and employee appeals.
  • Approve or reject program proposals.
  • Develop, approve, and manage budget.
  • Adopt school calendar.

For information on Board policies, Board and committee meetings and minutes, visit BoardDocs.