School Board PoliciesLike Congress, state legislatures, and city or county councils, school boards establish the direction and structure of their school districts by adopting policies through the authority granted by state legislatures. School board policies have the force of law equal to statutes or ordinances. Policies establish directions for the district; they set the goals, assign authority, and establish controls that make school governance and management possible. Policies are the means by which educators are accountable to the public.
Cyclical Review ProcessPlease note that the following Policies have recently been reviewed and updated as part of the Board of School Director's cyclical process:Policy #231 - Social Events and Class Trips - approved 1/23/18
Policy #906 - Public Requests, Suggestions and Concerns - approved 1/23/18
Policy #908 - Parents Guardians Cooperation and Collaboration - approved 1/23/18