2000 Series: School Board Governance and Operations
The purpose of this policy is to articulate the roles and processes of the Board that are critical to its effective and efficient operation.
The purpose of this policy is to establish nomination and election procedures and establish the roles and responsibilities of the Student Member of the Board of Education and Student Representatives.
This policy provides a uniform and consistent format for Board policies and establishes comprehensive processes by which policies are monitored, reviewed, developed, revised, and modified.
The purpose of this policy is to describe the core role, responsibilities, and authority of the position of Ombudsman. At the discretion of the Board, the Ombudsman may perform other tasks that foster the goal of school-related problem resolution and/or assist the Board in its functioning.
The purpose of this policy is to preserve the orderly transaction of business of the Board and to provide guidelines for effective, efficient, and responsible community input on educational issues during regular meetings of the Board.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for the establishment of advisory committees to the Superintendent and Department of Education and to schools.
The purpose of this policy is to sustain the Community Advisory Council and to provide guidelines for other advisory committees to the Board.
The purpose of this policy is to support the Ethics Regulations by articulating the importance of ethical conduct by Board members, employees, and advisory committee members of the HCPSS, to establish standards of ethical conduct, and to publicize those standards to the school community.