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School Board

Jackson County School District 9

Board of Directors

 

Members

SCOTT GRISSOM

Director

mightysg@gmail.com

6/30/2017

DAN HODGES

Director

hodgesd@eaglepnt.k12.or.us

6/30/2017

NITA LUNDBERG

Director

lundbergn@eaglepnt.k12.or.us

6/30/2019

ANA MANNENBACH

Director

mannenbacha@eaglepnt.k12.or.us

6/30/2019

DIANNE MIHOCKO

Director

diannemihocko2015@gmail.com

6/30/2017

 

Meeting Information

Jackson County School District 9 uses BoardBook as our web-based program to assist in the preparation and dissemination of board meeting materials.  Please click here  to view upcoming meeting information as well as previous meeting agendas, minutes and audio recordings.

 

For a list of public meetings scheduled for the 2016-2017 school year please click here.

 

Board Policy

Please click here to access Jackson County School District 9 Board Policy.

 

The Board has the authority and responsibility to establish policy. The Board accepts the definition of policy set forth by the National School Boards Association:

 

School Board policies are statements which set forth the purposes and prescribe in general terms the organization and program of a school system. They create a framework within which the superintendent and his/her staff can discharge their assigned duties with positive direction. They tell what is wanted.

 

The formulation and adoption of policies, recorded in writing, will constitute the basic method by which the Board will exercise its leadership in the operation of the school system. The policies shall be consistent with Oregon Revised Statutes, Oregon Administrative Rules and all federal laws and regulations.

 

Board Goals

The Jackson County School District 9 Board of Directors adopted goals for 2015-2017:

  • Emphasize student safety as our top priority by identifying and implementing best practices and funding safety tools, equipment, training and facility improvements based on 2013-14 Safety Committee recommendations.

  • Oversee and support a year’s growth in English/language arts and math for 80% or more of students annually as based on universal screenings and 95% attendance by 2017.

  • Create district facilities improvement and re-purposing plan.

  • Implement an effective, sustainable integrated technology system for teaching and learning, human resources, communication, marketing, and branding.  

 

 

 

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