What Does a School Board Do? By Trina Pruitt, parent and Go Public contributor January is School Board Recognition Month and social media is flooded with school staff, teachers, and parents posting appreciation for their local school board. I’ve seen elementary students making thank you cards and high school students creating posters showing gratitude for […]
You are a stakeholder who is exercising the most fundamental and important of the rights you have as a citizen. Treat the exercise of that right with the seriousness it deserves.
School board meetings are considered public and subject to the Act, as they engage in the public’s business and their meetings are considered regular, special, called meetings.
School board trustees learn a lot while serving a school district.
The process of building a brand within a school district takes strategic efforts.
How Do the National Honor Society Values Apply to School Boards? Response from “Ask Former Trustees – Clear Creek ISD Chapter”: Joanna Baleson, Ken Baliker, Jennifer Broddle, Bob Davee, Glenn Freedman, Ann Hammond, Charlie Pond, Page Rander, Dee Scott, Win Weber The NHS is an honorary organization, currently celebrating its 100th anniversary, that recognizes outstanding […]
An unfunded mandate for public education refers to a legislative act that requires a school district to implement some practice or procedure for which no monies have been allocated.
Former Clear Creek ISD Trustees share insights and explain the relationship between school taxes and property taxes.