What do school boards do? A school board consist of three, five or seven trustees made up of both community members and teachers to oversee the local school and make certain the desires of the community are met. The school board’s primary responsibilities are to: Set the vision and goals for the school, adopt policies that give the school direction to set priorities and achieve it’s goals, adopt and oversee the annual budget.
A typical school board meeting will include such business items as: approving the school calendar, adopting curriculum, overseeing construction, and approving contracts with outside vendors.
Do you want to share your time and talent’s?
Do you represent a difference in the community?
Can you help create stronger ties?
Do you have a vested interest in your child’s education?
Do you believe in quality public education?
Are you able to spare as little as a couple of hours each Term ?
If this sounds like you or you wish to come along and see what we do our next meeting is on Wednesday, 29 March at 6:15 pm in the staff room.