Board Rights. The Board on its own behalf and on behalf of the electors of the District retains and reserves unto itself, without limitation, all powers, rights, authority, duties and responsibilities conferred upon and vested in it by the laws and the Constitution of the State of Michigan and of the United States, and it is agreed the Board and the administrative staff shall be free to exercise all such rights and authority to the extent permitted by law, but without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the right:
Board Rights. The Board, subject to the terms herein, on its own behalf and on behalf of the electors of the District, hereby retains and reserves unto itself all powers, rights, authority, duties and responsibilities conferred upon and vested in it by the laws, including Chapter 123, Laws of 1974, the Constitution of the State of New Jersey and of the United States, and all decisional law and rules and regulations of the State Department of Education and Commissioner of Education of the State of New Jersey.
Board Rights. 4.07 The Board reserves to itself sole jurisdiction and authority over matters of policy and retains the right, subject only to the limitations imposed by the language of this Agreement, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations:
Board Rights. The Association recognizes that the Board has the responsibility and authority to manage and direct on behalf of the public all the operations and activities of the District to the full extent authorized by law. The exercise of these powers, rights, authority, duties andresponsibilities by the Board in the adoption of such rules, regulations and policies as it may deem necessary shall be limited only by the terms of this Agreement and Ohio law.
Board Rights. It is recognized that the Board has and will continue to retain, whether exercised or not, the sole and unquestioned right, responsibility and prerogative to direct the operation of the public schools in the City of Stamford in all its aspects, and all of said rights, responsibilities and prerogatives not specifically abridged, delegated or modified by this Agreement are retained by the School Board and are not subject to grievance. Said rights, responsibilities and prerogatives shall include, but not be limited to, the following: To maintain public elementary and secondary schools and such other educational activities as in its judgment will best serve the interests of the City of Stamford; to give the children of Stamford as nearly equal advantages as may be practicable; to decide the need for school facilities; and, to determine the care, maintenance and operation of buildings, lands, apparatus and other property used for school purposes; to determine the number, age and qualifications of the pupils to be admitted into each school; to employ, assign and transfer teachers; to select and assign supervisory and administrative personnel; to suspend or dismiss teachers in the manner provided by statute; to designate the schools which shall be attended by the various children within the City; to make such provisions as will enable each child of school age residing in Stamford to attend school for the period requested by law and provide for the transportation of children whenever it is reasonable and desirable; to prescribe rules for the management, studies, classification and discipline for the public schools; to decide the textbooks to be used, to make rules for the arrangement, use and safekeeping of the school libraries and to approve the books selected therefore; to approve plans for school buildings; to prepare and submit budgets to the appropriate city boards and, in its sole discretion, expend monies appropriated by the city for the maintenance of the schools, and to make such transfers of funds within the appropriate budgets as it shall deem desirable.
Board Rights. The Support Staff recognizes that the Board has the obligation to operate and manage the District, including but not limited to: the right to require efficient standards of performance and the maintenance of discipline, order, and efficiency in the workplace. Except as otherwise specifically provided in the agreement or otherwise specifically agreed to in writing between the parties, determination of educational policy; the operation and management of the schools; the control, supervision, and direction of employees; and any and all other matters which are committed by law to the Board or that otherwise involve the exercise of managerial prerogative, are vested exclusively in the Board with appropriate authority to act, as may be delegated from time to time to the Superintendent/Administration or his/her designee. By way of example, these rights shall include, but shall not be limited to, the sole discretion and authority to:
Board Rights. At any time that the Credit Agreement has been terminated, if requested by a majority-in-interest of the Holders at any time when the Holders so requesting, together with their Affiliates, in the aggregate, own Warrants to acquire more than 4.0% of the then outstanding Shares, the Company shall give such Holders all notices of (in the same manner as notice is given to directors), and permit one Person designated by a majority-in-interest of such Holders of all Warrants to attend as observer (the "Board Observer"), all meetings of the Company's Board of Directors and all executive and other committee meetings of the Board of Directors. If requested by such Holders, the Company shall provide to the Board Observer, the same information concerning the Company, and access thereto, provided to the members of the Company's Board of Directors and such committees; provided, that the Board Observer shall not be entitled to participate in a meeting or receive any information to the extent such meeting or information relates to the Company's arrangements with the Holders (or their Affiliates) or to the extent it would constitute a Privilege Waiver. The reasonable travel expenses incurred by the Board Observer in attending any board or committee meetings shall be reimbursed by the Company to the extent consistent with the Company's then existing policy of reimbursing directors generally for such expenses. The Holders rights under this Section 14.3 shall terminate at any time when the Holders do not, together with their Affiliates, in the aggregate, own Warrants to acquire more than 4.0% of the then outstanding Shares.
Board Rights. The Board hereby retains and reserves unto itself, without limitation, all powers, rights, authorities, duties, and responsibilities conferred upon and vested in it by the law and the Constitution of the State of Michigan and/or the United States including, but without limiting the foregoing, the selection, direction, transfer, promotion, or demotion, discipline or dismissal of all personnel. The exercise of these powers, rights, authorities, duties, and responsibilities by the Board and the adoption of such rules, regulations, and policies as it may deem necessary shall be limited only by the specific and express terms of this Agreement.
Board Rights. The District retains all rights, powers and authority vested in it by the laws and Constitution of Michigan and the United States. All policies of the Board of Education or powers, which have been properly exercised by it, shall remain unaffected by this Agreement and in full force and effect, unless and until changed by the Board. Not by way of limitation, the Board reserves unto itself all rights, powers and privileges inherent in it or conferred upon it from any source whatsoever. Rights reserved exclusively herein by the District which shall be exercised exclusively by the District without prior negotiations with the Union either as to the taking of action under such rights or with respect to the consequence of such action during the term of this Agreement shall include by way of illustration, not by way of limitation, the right to:
Board Rights. On the date hereof the board of directors of the Company (the “Board”) will appoint Dale Locken to the Board. So long as SDWG owns at least 50% of the Units issued to it under the Purchase Agreement, the Company will require each of its Board members and executive officers to (a) recommend to the members (or other security holders) of the Company at any meeting of the members (or other security holders) at which directors are elected the election of one nominee of SDWG (the “SDWG Board Member”) to the Board (for such class of directors as the Board shall reasonably determine), (b) vote the Units (or other voting equity securities of the Company) they own or control at any time to elect the SDWG Board Member to the Board, and (c) not take any action, including actions otherwise required under Section 5.3(a) of the Operating Agreement, that would result in (and take any action necessary to prevent) the removal of the SDWG Board Member from the Board.