Board Meeting Info
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Meetings are held at the Zellerbach Administration Center (841 NE 22nd Ave) in the Dennison Board Room. Workshops are held on the second Monday of each month and begin at 4:30 PM. Regular meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month and begin at 5:30 PM. Exceptions to this schedule are in December and July.
August 14 – Workshop
August 28 – Regular Meeting
September 11 – Workshop (meeting canceled)
September 25 – Regular Meeting
October 9 – Workshop
October 23 – Regular Meeting
November 13 – Workshop
November 27 – Regular Meeting
December 11 – Regular Meeting
January 8 – Workshop
January 22 – Regular Meeting
February 12 – Workshop
February 26 – Regular Meeting
March 11 – Workshop
March 25 – Regular Meeting
April 8 – Workshop
April 22 – Regular Meeting
May 13 – Workshop
May 28 – Regular Meeting (Tuesday)
June 10 – Workshop
June 24 – Regular Meeting
July 22 – Regular Meeting
Workshops and regular meetings are held at the Zellerbach Administration Center (841 NE 22nd Ave) in the Dennison Boardroom. Workshops are held on the second Monday of each month and begin at 4:30 PM. Regular meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month and begin at 5:30 PM. Exceptions to this schedule are in December and July.
When there is a change in time, date, or place, public notice is given through news media. All workshops and regular and special board meetings are open to the public, and all actions authorized or required by law are taken at special and regular meetings. The board may, however, meet in closed (executive) sessions for the purposes of reviewing applicant qualifications; review of qualifications of candidates for board appointment; acquisition of real estate; sale or lease of real estate; performance on publicly bid contracts; attorney-client discussions; or consideration of employee discipline or performance.
For more information, please get in touch with Gail Housel via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Attendance and Comment
The board recognizes the value of public comment on educational issues and the importance of involving members of the public in its meetings. Any member of the public may attend board meetings, including individuals who do not live within district boundaries. Those who wish to speak during the public comments portion of the agenda will need to sign up before the start of the meeting. Written public comments sent to email@example.com by 8 AM on the day of the meeting will be entered into the agenda.
Read all about public comments in Policy 1400 Meetings Conduct, Order of Business, and Quorum.
The superintendent is hired by and is directly responsible to the board of directors. It is their responsibility to provide effective leadership and to secure maximum educational opportunities for children by constantly striving to improve the quality of instruction.
The superintendent endeavors to obtain and develop the most competent staff for the school’s purposes. He/she provides leadership in securing the funds and facilities needed for an effective instructional program. The superintendent encourages and maintains communication between the schools and the public. The superintendent serves as secretary to the board by state law and advises the board when required.