7000 - Operations of Board of Directors

SVSU Unified Board Policy Development

The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union is comprised of five elementary school districts (Bennington, North Bennington, Pownal, Shaftsbury and Woodford) and the Mount Anthony Union High School District #14, comprised of a middle school and high school. All the elementary districts send their students to Mount Anthony Union Middle School. The students are further educated at Mount Anthony Union High School and/or the Southwest VT Career Development Center. The boards have agreed to work together. Therefore, all policies are developed supervisory union wide so that rules do not change for students and staff from district to district. Links to supervisory union policies are below.

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7192 - Correspondence to the Board To promote open communication with the Board; and they wish to provide an organized forum for the dissemination of correspondence to all Board members. 
7194 - Policy Review and Evaluation To keep its written policies up-to-date so that they may be used consistently as a basis for Board action and administrative decision. 
7195 - Execution of Policy: Administrative Regulations Delegate to the Superintendent the function of specifying required actions and designing the detailed arrangements under which the schools will be operated. 
7205 - Board Member Conflict of Interest (updated 3-29-12) It is the ethical and legal duty of all School Board members to avoid conflicts of interest as well as the appearance of conflicts of interest. 
7210 - SVSU Executive Committee To act on behalf of the Supervisory Union Board as further described in this policy beginning July 2011. 
7300 - Public Participation at Board Meetings Desires members of the general public to attend School Board and Prudential Committee meetings to become better acquainted with the operation and programs of the schools and the School Boards. 
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