The Governing Board. A. The Governing Board shall be composed of one member of the Board of Education from each of the member districts. Each member district Board of Education shall select a member to represent their district on the NDSEC Governing Board and an alternate member for the NDSEC Governing Board. The alternate member shall exercise all rights and perform all duties, including attending meetings and voting, of the member whenever the member is unable to do so. Method for selection of Governing Board members and alternate members shall be at the discretion of each local Board of Education. Governing Board members’ length of terms shall be for two years. To facilitate Board continuity, five member districts shall be appointed for terms ending on odd years, and four member districts shall be appointed for terms ending on even years. Terms of Board of Education members of Districts 4, 7, 11, 13 and 100 shall end in May of odd-numbered years; terms of Board of Education members of Districts 2, 10, 12 and 108 shall end in May of even-numbered years.
The Governing Board. The Governing Board shall consist of one representative or coordinator for each Participating Party, appointed in consultation with the Secretary-General. The Governing Board may discuss any questions or any matters within the scope of XXXXXX’s Statutes and participation agreement and may make recommendations to the Participating Parties or to the Oversight Council on any such questions or matters. The Governing Board is empowered to adopt resolutions by a two-thirds majority vote. In the spirit of paragraph 5, all resolutions shall be presented to the Oversight Council for constitutional validation. It is the prerogative of the Secretary-General or his appointee to schedule and chair the meetings of the Governing Board.
The Governing Board. 18.1 The Governing Board shall be the strategy and policy-making body of the IILM.
The Governing Board. If you have any questions pertaining to the Rules and Regulations or Discipline Process, please call Transportation at 686-7733. DISTRICT POLICY INFORMATION PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION AND BULLYING, AND RELATED COMPLAINT PROCEDURES District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination, including harassment, intimidation and bullying based on a student’s actual or perceived disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital or parental status, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The district has a policy of nondiscrimination in accordance with federal law and Title IX, and also prohibits sexual harassment of or by any student or by anyone in or from the district. More detailed information regarding the district’s prohibition of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying or the prohibition against sexual harassment is contained in the district’s Parent & Student Handbook and is also available on the district’s website. Parents, students and staff should immediately report incidents of alleged discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying or sexual harassment to the Principal or designee. Students, parents, guardians or any other individuals having questions or concerns or who may wish to file a complaint are urged to first contact the Principal or designee, but if your concerns are not resolved, you may also contact the Associate Superintendent for Human Resources, at (000) 000-0000, for matters involving a potential complaint or concern regarding a district employee. You may contact the Associate Superintendent for Pre-K-6 Education, at (000) 000-0000 regarding a potential complaint or concern related to a PreK-6 student (or students); and you may contact the Associate Superintendent for Secondary Education, at (000) 000-0000, regarding a potential complaint or concern related to a student (or students) in grades 7-12. No one shall be retaliated against for reporting any incident of alleged discrimination or harassment, and complainants’ identities will be kept confidential to the extent practical in the course of investigating the incidents of alleged discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying or sexual harassment. Pursuant to California Education Code section 221.5, a pupil shall be permitted to participate in sex-segregated sc...
The Governing Board. 1. The Governing Board shall be made up of three representatives of the Instituto de Xxxxx Xxxxxx XXX and an institutional representative for each of the institutions in the consortium, designated by their senior authorities. In any cases of absence or illness, and in general on any justified grounds, the members of the Governing Board shall be substituted by the persons expressly delegated their representation by the consortium institutions. No member of the CIBER research groups shall be allowed to be a representative by delegation of the consortium institution.
The Governing Board