The Role of The Board of Education
1000 - Bylaws
1320 NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF BOARD OFFICERS AND DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
Officers of the Board of Education shall be nominated and elected by the simple majority of the Board at its Annual Organizational Meeting for a term of one (1) year. They will take their oath as officers at this meeting along with newly elected members.
The elected officers of the Board of Education are:
b) Vice President.
Duties of the President of the Board of Education
The President's duties include the following:
a) Presides at all meetings of the Board;
b) Acts as Chief Fiscal Officer of the Board;
c) Appoints the Parliamentarian;
d) Calls special meetings as necessary or on request;
e) Appoints members to all committees of the Board;
f) Serves ex-officio as a member of all committees;
g) Executes documents on behalf of the Board;
h) Serves as official spokesperson for the Board only as related to official Board of Education decisions;
i) Performs the usual and ordinary duties of the office.
Duties of the Vice President of the Board of Education
The Board of Education may, in its discretion, elect one (1) of its members Vice President who shall have the power to exercise the duties of the President in case of the absence or disability of the President. In case of vacancy in the office of the President, the Vice President shall act as President until a President is elected.
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