|Mr. Darren Schumacher
|Mrs. Sharon Befort
|Mr. Richard Kraemer
|Mr. James Leiker
|Mr. Alan Moore
|Mr. Marty Patterson
|Mr. Greg Schwartz
|Ms. Cheryl Shubert
Clerk of the Board of Education
The board of education is a policy-making body. All actions must meet standards set by state and federal law, and regulations set by the State Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Education.
The board of education retains and exercises full legislative authority and control over the schools. The board, therefore, adopts rules covering general policies and major plans and acts directly in matters not covered by these rules.
The board of education, while composed of individuals, acts officially only as a group. No member, person, or group of persons acts in the name of the board except when authorized by the board to do so. The board has complete and final control over local school matters subject to limitations imposed by regulations of state and federal laws, and the will of the people as expressed in district elections.