Board Meeting Location Changed:
Due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 state-wide restrictions, and in keeping with the
efforts of social distancing to reduce the spread of the coronavirus/COVID-19, the
meeting of the Sweet Home School Board will move locations to the Sweet Home
Junior High School Cafeteria. The Sweet Home School District will follow public meeting
OHA protocols: Face-coverings and Social Distancing.
The Board of Directors for the Sweet Home School District is composed of nine publicly elected community members. The School Board sets District policy to help the District achieve the goal of success for all students; remain compliant with federal, state and local laws; and to maintain fiscal responsibility. The School Board also hires and supervises the Superintendent, whose job is to run the day-to-day operations on the District and provide educational leadership and vision for teachers and administrators.
Regular Board Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of each month in the Board Room of the Administrative Offices located at 1920 Long Street, Sweet Home, OR 97386. Board Meetings routinely start at 6:30 p.m. and are open to the public unless otherwise provided by law. Time for public comment will take place at a regular business meeting. Special meetings, also open to the public, are scheduled when needed. These sessions provide an opportunity for Board members to examine specific issues more thoroughly. Should a special meeting be scheduled, public notice will be provided.
Outstanding achievement: Offer an academically challenging experience, celebrating individual excellence.
The board will allocate resources for staff professional development that aligns with the goals of the strategic plan, based on the superintendent’s recommendations, increasing programming,
electives, and alternative education options.
Thriving citizen: Champion success, unlocking each student’s full potential.
The board will increase visibility in the community by attending district and student events during the 2018-19 school year.
Thriving community: Promote seamless partnerships where students, staff, and community members feel connected.
The board will identify at least three new ways of engaging the community, and implement those pathways in the 2018-19 school year.
Safe, welcoming facilities and services: Provide a learning atmosphere that prepares students for an ever-changing world.
The board will receive regular updates on bond activities and provide appropriate oversight of bond expenditures, aligned with the bond implementation plan.
Board of Directors
Board Minutes / Packets
- May 11, 2020