Bay Village Board of Education
|Find most recent board agenda/exhibits HERE.
| Bay Village Board of Education members, left-to-right:
Steve Lee, Lisa Priemer, Beth Lally,
Amy Huntley, Gayatry Jacob-Mosier
Bay Village Board of Education Officers, 2016:
Amy Huntley, President
Gayatry Jacob-Mosier, Vice President
Bay Village City Schools Board of Education
Offices of Administration 377 Dover Center Road Bay Village, OH 44140
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The Role and Obligations of Your Bay Village City School Board
School boards set educational goals and establish policy for a school system based upon state laws and community values. In effect, they create the vision for the future of a school district.
Board members make decisions on a wide range of issues such as hiring and evaluating a superintendent and a treasurer, setting district policy, planning student services, goal setting and long-range planning, developing curriculum, establishing budgets and community relations programs. A board member should be a skilled decision maker; however, decisions are only made by the board as a whole at a public meeting. Board members do not manage the day-to-day operations of a school district; they see to it that the system is managed well by professionals.
The amount of time and study involved in this commitment is great, and your school board members do this for nominal monetary compensation, just around $2700 per year.
The schedule of board meetings is decided in January of each year at an organizational meeting, where it is also decided which board members will serve as president and vice-president, and where committee positions are assigned.