School District Governance

School district governance is a process of setting organizational policies and standards that are adopted by the Board of Education and implemented by the superintendent in order to provide strategic direction and ensure objectives are met, risks are managed appropriately, and resources are used responsibly in order to ensure success for all students.

On this page you will find the guiding documents used by the Board of Education to prepare and plan board meetings for the purpose of  conducting district business. 

Guide to Board Meetings

A guide on how to conduct: Agenda Materials, Addressing the Board, Regularly Scheduled Meetings, Special Board Meetings, Board Meeting Minutes, Closed Sessions, Spanish Language Translations, and Accommodations

The Brown Act Manual

Governance Handbook