The Board of Education is the authorized state company chargeable for setting instructional policy in the district. Supplies instruction to roughly 43,000 undergraduate and graduate college students annually. As Wayne-Westland Neighborhood Faculty District Board of Schooling Trustees, we’re accountable to uphold our commitment to provide the most effective schooling for our college students’ future.
In addition to setting coverage, the Board hires the superintendent; approves workers hirings, transfers, resignations, terminations, and leaves of absence; approves expenditures; approves academic applications (curriculum); and in any other case ensures that the facilities and equipment are available to help studying and educating in the District.
Additional details and tips should be added to these requirements to ensure that all students will graduate with the knowledge required for college and the workforce. Members of the general public could submit a written request to the Board Secretary at the least 7 days prior to a frequently scheduled Board assembly asking for an opportunity to deal with the Board.
The enterprise administrator, together with the board’s Operations Committee, prepares a preliminary price range that is accredited by the entire board before being submitted to the county superintendent of schools. The workshop assembly is the primary meeting where Board members have a possibility to debate board business as reported by the committee chairs.
The Negotiations Committee, chaired by Board President Rick Hanley works with the Superintendent, director of human sources, enterprise administrator, and the college district’s attorneys to achieve equitable contracts with the two labor unions represented within the district.