Your School Board is composed of five citizens elected to serve terms of four years each. At the end of his/her term, a Board Member wishing to continue his/her unsalaried services to the community must be re-elected to an additional term. State law does not limit the number of terms a member may serve. Voting for School Board positions takes place during the November General Election. All Board Members are elected at large. Vacancies are filled by appointment or election until the next regular election.
Dr. Charles Lucero
Superintendent of Schools
However, it is the policy of the Board to hold itself readily available to residents and employees of the district for the hearing of reports and petitions and where necessary, for appeal from administrative determinations and interpretations. If after consultation with the Superintendent, any resident or employee wishes to address the Board, he/she is welcome to do so in a regular, or, if proper notice is given, in a special meeting.
In entertaining a request or complaint from residents or employees, the Board does not obligate itself to act upon such request or complaint unless it is submitted in writing. The Board further reserves the right to defer its reply or action until it has had reasonable time to give full consideration to the matter. These restrictions are intended not to impede communication with the Board, but to enable the Board to have all the facts upon which its decisions must be based.
UNLESS THE MEETING IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED AS A PUBLIC HEARING, A BOARD MEETING IS NOT A PUBLIC MEETING. IT IS A MEETING OF THE BOARD IN PUBLIC.
THANK YOU Your continued interest and support of your public schools will guarantee their excellence. Please join us on the second Tuesday of each month for our board meetings.
Agenda & Minutes
How to Get Items on the Agenda
In keeping with School Board policy, we hope you can express your ideas in three minutes or less. The president will limit discussion whenever he/she deems such an action appropriate to the proper conduct of the meeting.
The Board will listen to any comment from the public but will not respond except as permitted by A.R.S. § 38-431.01(G). The Board may refer the item to the administration or request to have it placed on a future agenda.