To provide a challenging curriculum by utilizing educational technologies that meet the needs of the 21st Century. The Communications Committee, chaired by Debbie Chang, provides advice to the administration and board of education on messages, delivery vehicles, and focus to ensure clarity, accuracy, and transparency of all district communications to all stakeholders.
Teachers and other employees who did not have to work hard to get their jobs often times do not feel the need to work hard to defend their jobs. The Education Committee, chaired by Deb McCann assists in setting educational policies and in guiding district curriculum and programs. The civil service system has been used since 1883 to award government jobs to the best qualified candidates.
Teachers who receive jobs through nepotism are weak union members unwilling to fight for their jobs and afraid to anger the relatives that provided them with the jobs in the first place. Board members are paid $30 for each of the 21 regularly scheduled board meetings they attend. Today’s State Board of Education is composed of seven elected officials representing Colorado’s congressional districts. The Board may also meet privately in closed session to discuss confidential matters such as personnel, labor negotiations, or legal issues.
The Policy Committee, chaired by Emile George, ensures that district policies and regulations comply with all state and federal mandates. Goal: Every student in the NC Public School System graduates from high school prepared for work, further education and citizenship. The State Board also has a nonvoting student representative selected annually by the New Jersey Association of Student Councils. The name of the board is also often used to refer to the school system under the board’s control. The Superintendent also serves as secretary-treasurer to the Board of Education.
Among our primary duties are the identification of educational goals to be met by the school District; the consideration and approval of an annual budget for submission to the Board of Selectman, the Board of Finance and the Town Council; the selection of a Superintendent, who serves as the executive officer of the Board; and the employment of principals, teachers and other school employees.