Date Approved: March 03 2015
Date Reviewed/Amended: June 09 2015
Board communications support the Board’s vision, mission, and goals, while building and promoting trusting, effective relationships between the Board, and local communities and partner groups.
Board communications provide the means for local communities and partner groups to participate in district planning and to be informed about educational issues and services. The Board shall actively seek and listen to the voices of the District’s internal and community partners with respect to the District’s vision, mission, operating principles, goals, policy, and planning.
Regulations to this Policy guide communication links between the Board and other entities.
The Board Chair is the primary spokesperson for the Board. The Board Chair or designate speaks on matters such as governance, policy, Board decisions, and other areas as identified in the Regulations that accompany this Policy.
The Superintendent of Schools is the primary spokesperson on matters such as the leadership and operation of the District. The Superintendent or designate speaks on educational, administrative, management, fiscal, planning, and organizational matters of the District, and other areas identified in the Regulations that accompany this Policy.
Policy 6130, Role of the Board Policy
Policy 6140, Role of the Trustee and Trustee Code of Conduct Policy
Policy 6310, Role of the Superintendent Policy