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Board of Education

The Board of Education is an elected body of seven members whose responsibilities include establishing policies, setting goal adoption and annual budget for the school district. Board members are elected to serve three-year terms at the annual school election held each November and serve without compensation. The Board of Education operates as a committee of the whole, which means that the entire Board considers all administrative recommendations before acting on them. There are several standing committees of the Board as well as special ad-hoc committees that are created by the president to serve specific purposes. Committees may not take any official action on behalf of the Board.

Members of the public who are interested in learning more about a Board of Education are encouraged to look through the following documents:

13 Things School Board Members Wish People Knew About Them
Understanding The Board of Education (updated 10-30-2023)