BOARD POLICY DEVELOPMENT
It is the intent of
The Board considers policy development its chief function, along with providing the wherewithal such as personnel, building, materials, and equipment for successful administration, application, and execution of its policies.
The Board accepts the
definition of policy set forth by the National
Policies are principles adopted by the
It is the Board's intention that its policies serve as sources of information and guidance for all people who are interested in, or connected with, the public schools.
The policies of the
Board are framed, and are meant to be interpreted, in terms of
Changes in needs, conditions, purposes, and objectives will require revisions deletions, and additions to the policies of present and future boards. The Board will welcome suggestions for ongoing policy development.
The Board, representing the people of the district, is the legislative body which determines all questions of general policy to be employed in the conduct of the public schools.
Action on such proposals, whatever their sources, is taken finally by the Board after receiving the recommendation of the Superintendent. The Superintendent bases his/her recommendations upon the outcomes of study and upon the judgment of the professional staff and appropriate study committees.